Oct
28
Mon
Internship and Career Corner @ Heritage Hall 122B
Oct 28 @ 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
Phil Sugden | Pages from the Manual on Dismantling God @ Walter E. Terhune Gallery
Oct 28 @ 11:00 am

PAGES is an installation of 21 drawings that explore the possibility of breaking down a dichotomy between one’s self and the rest of the universe. Using imagery and texts from and inspired by scriptures such as the Dead Sea Scrolls, Old and New Testaments, Bhagavad Gita, Upanishads, Dhammapada, Buddhist texts, etc., Sugden attempts to compel the viewer to “read” the visual language of the drawings intuitively. Each individual drawing has seven layered pages – seven being the archetype of completeness. The size of each page is phi, the ratio 1.618, also known as the Golden Ratio. The paper itself is handmade from the Daphne plant in the Himalayan foothills and is used by Buddhists monks for their woodblock printed prayer books.

PHILIP SUGDEN is an artist and filmmaker based in Findlay. He is currently a professor of studio art at Bluffton University. His work has been shown in more than 200 exhibitions in museums and galleries internationally, including New York, Los Angeles, London, Paris, Washington, Melbourne and Kathmandu.

For more information, please visit www.owens.edu/fpa/terhune.

 

Oct
29
Tue
Phil Sugden | Pages from the Manual on Dismantling God @ Walter E. Terhune Gallery
Oct 29 @ 11:00 am

PAGES is an installation of 21 drawings that explore the possibility of breaking down a dichotomy between one’s self and the rest of the universe. Using imagery and texts from and inspired by scriptures such as the Dead Sea Scrolls, Old and New Testaments, Bhagavad Gita, Upanishads, Dhammapada, Buddhist texts, etc., Sugden attempts to compel the viewer to “read” the visual language of the drawings intuitively. Each individual drawing has seven layered pages – seven being the archetype of completeness. The size of each page is phi, the ratio 1.618, also known as the Golden Ratio. The paper itself is handmade from the Daphne plant in the Himalayan foothills and is used by Buddhists monks for their woodblock printed prayer books.

PHILIP SUGDEN is an artist and filmmaker based in Findlay. He is currently a professor of studio art at Bluffton University. His work has been shown in more than 200 exhibitions in museums and galleries internationally, including New York, Los Angeles, London, Paris, Washington, Melbourne and Kathmandu.

For more information, please visit www.owens.edu/fpa/terhune.

 

Stress Less! @ Library, Room 112
Oct 29 @ 11:30 am – 12:00 pm

This 30-minute program will give attendees ideas for reducing and managing their stress when feeling overwhelmed. Light snacks provided.

Owens Voices of Children Performance @ Center for Fine and Performing Arts Rotunda
Oct 29 @ 7:00 pm
Oct
30
Wed
Phil Sugden | Pages from the Manual on Dismantling God @ Walter E. Terhune Gallery
Oct 30 @ 11:00 am

PAGES is an installation of 21 drawings that explore the possibility of breaking down a dichotomy between one’s self and the rest of the universe. Using imagery and texts from and inspired by scriptures such as the Dead Sea Scrolls, Old and New Testaments, Bhagavad Gita, Upanishads, Dhammapada, Buddhist texts, etc., Sugden attempts to compel the viewer to “read” the visual language of the drawings intuitively. Each individual drawing has seven layered pages – seven being the archetype of completeness. The size of each page is phi, the ratio 1.618, also known as the Golden Ratio. The paper itself is handmade from the Daphne plant in the Himalayan foothills and is used by Buddhists monks for their woodblock printed prayer books.

PHILIP SUGDEN is an artist and filmmaker based in Findlay. He is currently a professor of studio art at Bluffton University. His work has been shown in more than 200 exhibitions in museums and galleries internationally, including New York, Los Angeles, London, Paris, Washington, Melbourne and Kathmandu.

For more information, please visit www.owens.edu/fpa/terhune.

 

Student Lunch and Listening Session with the VP of Student Services @ College Hall - Fireside Grill Conference Room
Oct 30 @ 12:00 pm
Oct
31
Thu
Phil Sugden | Pages from the Manual on Dismantling God @ Walter E. Terhune Gallery
Oct 31 @ 11:00 am

PAGES is an installation of 21 drawings that explore the possibility of breaking down a dichotomy between one’s self and the rest of the universe. Using imagery and texts from and inspired by scriptures such as the Dead Sea Scrolls, Old and New Testaments, Bhagavad Gita, Upanishads, Dhammapada, Buddhist texts, etc., Sugden attempts to compel the viewer to “read” the visual language of the drawings intuitively. Each individual drawing has seven layered pages – seven being the archetype of completeness. The size of each page is phi, the ratio 1.618, also known as the Golden Ratio. The paper itself is handmade from the Daphne plant in the Himalayan foothills and is used by Buddhists monks for their woodblock printed prayer books.

PHILIP SUGDEN is an artist and filmmaker based in Findlay. He is currently a professor of studio art at Bluffton University. His work has been shown in more than 200 exhibitions in museums and galleries internationally, including New York, Los Angeles, London, Paris, Washington, Melbourne and Kathmandu.

For more information, please visit www.owens.edu/fpa/terhune.

 

Trick or Treat @ Campus wide
Oct 31 @ 11:00 am – 1:00 pm
Nov
1
Fri
Phil Sugden | Pages from the Manual on Dismantling God @ Walter E. Terhune Gallery
Nov 1 @ 11:00 am

PAGES is an installation of 21 drawings that explore the possibility of breaking down a dichotomy between one’s self and the rest of the universe. Using imagery and texts from and inspired by scriptures such as the Dead Sea Scrolls, Old and New Testaments, Bhagavad Gita, Upanishads, Dhammapada, Buddhist texts, etc., Sugden attempts to compel the viewer to “read” the visual language of the drawings intuitively. Each individual drawing has seven layered pages – seven being the archetype of completeness. The size of each page is phi, the ratio 1.618, also known as the Golden Ratio. The paper itself is handmade from the Daphne plant in the Himalayan foothills and is used by Buddhists monks for their woodblock printed prayer books.

PHILIP SUGDEN is an artist and filmmaker based in Findlay. He is currently a professor of studio art at Bluffton University. His work has been shown in more than 200 exhibitions in museums and galleries internationally, including New York, Los Angeles, London, Paris, Washington, Melbourne and Kathmandu.

For more information, please visit www.owens.edu/fpa/terhune.

 

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