Jim Fogle Paintings For Sale Online
All money goes to support Jim Fogle, a man who served 34 years in a Pennsylvania prison for a heinous crime he did not commit. We encourage you to support this man as he creates a new life for himself by also purchasing one of his trademark mugs.
A Manger In Bethlehem-Casting Call
A Manger In Bethlehem will be returning to the Tanner Theatre this Christmas season, and Matt Marino is looking for a cast, production crew, and various other positions for this play. This modern take on the Christmas story will feature auditions on Saturday, October 1, 2016 at 1 pm for its various roles. The positions open for audition are listed below. Contact email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org for details and questions.
Detritus will be featured in the Benedum Gallery, welcoming MAC’s new in-house visual arts instructor, Stephen Pavlovic. Detritus explores waste material as arts, harnessing the beauty of the discarded and thrown away. He has given new life to found objects and recycled materials, producing sculptures and drawings. Pavlovic, a Morgantown-native, received his BA at Kenyon College, and MFA at UNC Chapel Hill. He has lived in South Korea, France, NYC, and California, and he will be bringing a very new perspective to students at MAC. Those interested in taking classes with him are encouraged to come meet him at the public opening reception.
Justice + Art features the work of Jim Fogle, a Pennsylvania man who served 34 years in prison for a heinous crime he did not commit. He developed an interest in art very early in life, and while he served his sentence, he continued to pursue his passion. MAC is proud to welcome him to the Davis Gallery, and share both his art and his unique story of injustice. This exhibition celebrates one year of freedom for Jim. This exhibition will work as a fundraiser for Jim, selling his pieces at MAC, and on their website: monartscenter.com. There will be a speech at 7pm during the September 9 Opening; attendees are required to RSVP no later than September 6. This exhibition is a collaboration between MAC, the Innocence Project, WVU Department of Forensic and Investigative Sciences, and WVU College of Law.