1. ART EX TV Episode 3 with Professor Pi Benio


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    In this episode Professor Pi Benio explains the system for Experiencial Learning used by Adrian College's Department of Art & Design. This system benefits students by encouraging them to gain real life experience in the art world. Through the help of guest artists, trips to museums and galleries, and even exhibiting artwork, students acquire invaluable experience and great material for their resumes.

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    • The Art Department at Adrian College


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      AC's art professors are practicing artists who bring professional experience into the classroom. Professor Garin Horner has exhibited his photography across the United States, including the Toledo Museum of Art and the Detroit Institute for the Arts. He has been teaching photography and graphic design for over 20 years and was, for many years, a professional photographer. Each professor has developed his or her own artistic visions and successes in their fields. However, their real passion is teaching. They understand the power and importance of art, and as a result, have crucial insight into the role art can play in your development as a person. The studio art program will offer you a foundation in artistic production and visual thinking, and you'll be challenged to develop your own expressive language. You may choose to study a variety of two-dimensional and three-dimensional media, including painting, printmaking, ceramics, fibers, photo, digital art, video, graphic design, or sculpture. You'll also benefit from our guest artist program. Regional and national guests artists are invited to exhibit in the department's Stubnitz Gallery in Downs Hall. You'll have the opportunity to attend artists' talks, gallery openings, and to meet and learn from working studio artists. You may also take day trips with ACAC (Adrian College Art Club) to the Detroit Institute of Art, The Toledo Museum of Art, or the Chicago Art Institute.

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