Campus News 2007
For Immediate Release
April 10, 2007
Hunt artist, teacher to have show at Schreiner
Schreiner University will show the work of Richard Rouse, artist and Hunt ISD art instructor, April 21 to May 6 in the Cailloux Campus Activity Center on the University campus. There will be an opening reception 3-5 p.m., Saturday, April 21, during Schreiner’s annual Recall weekend.
“We are always looking for opportunities to bring shows to campus,” said David Smith, assistant professor of graphic design at Schreiner. “I have seen Richard’s work before. He produces eclectic, innovative art.”
Smith said that the show will have 31 pieces, including paintings, sculptures, collages and assemblages.
Rouse has focused much of his career on teaching and is well-known for his creative classes in which middle school students learn everything from the basics to architecture and claymation animation. Some of his students have gone on to become successful graphic artists with companies such as Disney and Pixar.
“The April opening of my exhibit at Schreiner University’s Cailloux Student Activities Gallery is a great opportunity to showcase a sampling of the creative endeavors I have pursued over the past few years,” Rouse said. “I am pleased to have been offered the privilege of exhibiting my work in a solo show in a beautiful gallery.”
For more information about the show and reception, contact David Smith at either 792-7398 or DCSmith@schreiner.edu.
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