Diane Kidd Gallery at Tiffin University
Dan Hernandez - Reset
January 18-February 15, 2017, opening reception January 18 5-6:30pm
Dan Hernandez is an Assistant Professor of Art at the University of Toledo. Hernandez has exhibited in Las Vegas, New York, Kentucky, and throughout the Midwest. He was awarded an Individual Excellency Award from the Ohio Arts Council in 2015, and earned his MFA in Painting from American University in DC. Hernandez’s work explores connections between video games, art history and religion. He says his works "mix and match religion, mythology and pop culture, blurring boundaries, rearranging hierarchies, and calling into question notions of iconography, collectables, and devotion."
Art from the Inside -
February 22 - April 5, 2017, opening reception February 22 5-6:30pm.
featuring art from inmates at the Marion Correctional Facility, Grafton Reintegration Center, and the Ohio Reformatory for Women. Organized by Dr. Steven Hurwitz and Professor Lee Fearnside. Funded in part by the Ohio Arts Council.
Monday, Tuesdays and Thursdays 10am-2pm, Wednesdays 10-5pm and by appointment. Closed during Tiffin University vacations.
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The mission of The Diane Kidd Gallery at Tiffin University is to educate, enrich lives, and enlarge the world of students, staff, and the larger community by providing a dedicated venue in which to present quality arts exhibitions and programs by talented professional, amateur, and student artists.
GALLERY HOURS AND INFORMATION
The Diane Kidd Gallery is open to the public during the academic year Monday, Tuesdays and Thursdays 10am-2pm, Wednesdays 10-5pm or by appointment by contacting Lee Fearnside at Tiffin University at email@example.com. Group tours of the gallery’s shows are also available.
The Diane Kidd Gallery is located in the Hayes Center for the Arts. To look at a campus map, click here.
The Art Team is a group of students who contribute to the work of the gallery by installing shows, developing exhibition catalogs, videos and educational materials, and by creating art for the University and the local community.