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Winter weather causes art workshop, talk to be rescheduled for Nov. 4


October 30, 2020

The recent winter weather has caused a rescheduling of the artist talk and collage/mixed media workshop originally planned for Oct. 28 by the Northwestern Oklahoma State University visual arts program's October artist-in-residence Alyssa Klauer, a painter based in Brooklyn, New York. This event will now be Nov. 4, and both the talk and workshop will be in the Student Center Ballroom.

Klauer, who began her residency on Oct. 4, will discuss her studio practice, process, influences and body of work during her talk from 7 to 8 p.m. with a workshop following at 8:15 p.m. Participants will explore various masking techniques while exploring different mediums and collage applications. Materials will be provided.

Both the talk and workshop are free and open to the public; however, the space is limited, and workshop participants must RSVP by contacting Kyle Larson, associate professor of art, at 580-327-8108 or [email protected]

Klauer is developing a body of work in the Jesse Dunn Art Annex, room 323, during her stay at Northwestern and will have a culminating exhibition of the work she creates on Friday, Nov. 6, from 3 to 5 p.m. in Jesse Dunn Annex 323.

To view Klauer's work, visit To learn more about the artist-in-residence program at Northwestern, visit or contact Larson.


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