Upcoming Events

The Franklin County Health Department will provide vaccines in the Learning Center in Buescher Hall on the Union campus on September 29 from 12-4 pm.

Moderna and Pfizer will be available, so those 12 years old and up are eligible.

Wednesday, September 29
12:00 pm - 4:00 pm

John R Hamilton III & Mark Freeman

Odyssey: A Search for Structured Organisms

Deep space exploration and the necessity to locate further intelligent life is eminent. With the discovery of new planetary systems, organisms become further from the familiar specimen we are accustomed to on earth. Development of innovative and efficient technology is as crucial as ever. Join us, and explore, as we share our interdimensional thoughts, inventions and biological specimen.

Art Gallery – HH121

Thursday, October 7 – Thursday, October 28
All Day

Mid-Missouri Fine Arts Society, an organization of local artists, annually presents their artworks at ECC. Members work in a variety of media, including pastels, graphite, watercolor, oil paint, photography, and ceramics. The Mid-Missouri Fine Arts Society began in 1974 to promote and contribute to the interest in fine arts. Members of this local organization are active artists and art enthusiasts and work in a variety of media, including pastels, graphite, watercolor, oil paint, photography, and ceramics.

Arty Gallery – HH 121

Monday, November 8 – Friday, December 3
All Day

Hansen Hall Theater Lobby

Wednesday, November 10
8:00 am - 3:00 pm

Sponsored by the Student Nurse Association.

Location: Donald Shook Student Center – 2nd Floor – Gymnasium

Wednesday, November 10
7:00 am - 4:00 pm

Heidi Brueckner is a Professor of Art at West Valley College in Saratoga, California where she has taught painting, drawing, and design for over 20 years. Brueckner received a BA in Fine Art and a BA in Art History from University of California, Santa Cruz in 1991. She received an MFA in Painting from University of Kansas in 1997.

A native Californian, Brueckner studied at the University of Heidelberg and The Goethe Institute in Germany in the late 1980s. During this pivotal year, she was able to visit the major museums of Europe and found herself heavily influenced artistically by 20th century German art.

The book “Monsterbet” is a series of 26 oil, acrylic, and mixed media paintings based on the format of children’s alphabet rhymes.

Art Gallery – HH121

Tuesday, January 25 – Tuesday, February 15
All Day

Hansen Hall Theater Lobby

Thursday, February 3
8:00 am - 3:00 pm

Why is when, and now is why, and we will ALWAYS want, AND all is “What the holy crap!”

Never has this been an obstacle for lucid critical or crucial thought for whom the dumbbell tolls in the skies of material wantonness. Q: How did we even get here? The needs, creeds and greeds of all the wants are re-assembled in this body of work. Faux luxury facilitated by dead corporate machines like Sears, JC Penny’s and Montgomery Wards with 1200 page catalogs are a good place to begin perhaps. Paper bricks printed on glossy non-archival paper layered to the sky for empire building.

Art Gallery – HH121

Wednesday, February 23 – Wednesday, March 23
12:00 am

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