August 14, 2020

Eagle Life

Gallery East

With great anticipation from CEU art students and their benefactors, Gallery East opened the Annual Student Show which will run through April 23.
“The Annual Student Show gives students a venue for the work they’ve done throughout year, allowing them to showcase their art,” stated Gallery East Director, Brent Haddock.
“We had 222 pieces that were submitted consisting of three dimensional, computer graphics, paintings, photographs, prints, and drawings.
“Of those 222, the initial four-member jury selected 102 to be in the show.

Gallery East: Hosts Brian Hoover exhibit

Celebrated artist and Southern Utah University Associate Professor of Art, Brian Hoover, finishes Gallery East’s professional artists series, March 1-31.
“This show is unlike any other CEU has hosted.
“Brian’s works are full of subtle imagery and sometimes irony. Some of the pieces will make you laugh and others will scare you,” gallery director Brent Haddock stated.
“My work is often described as surreal, but I associate myself more with a group of artists working in late 19th century Europe called the Symbolists.

“Crimes of the Heart” opens tonight

Pulitzer Prize-winning author, Beth Henley’s “Crimes of the Heart” opens February 26 in the College of Eastern Utah’s Geary Theatre and continues through March 2 with Sunday’s being dark.
Directed by Todd Olsen, the play is the story about two days in the lives of three sisters from Hazlehurst, Miss. They have gathered to await news of the family patriarch, their grandfather, who is living out his last hours in the local hospital.