Inside NAU - Season 7

Season 7 Episode 9 - MNA

         

Female artists in Arizona during the first part of the last century are part of an exhibit at the Museum of Northern Arizona. Information also is available through Cline Library's Special Collections library.

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Posted 3/13/2013 4:08:35 PM
Wonderful exhibit of Pioneering Women Artists of the West! This beautiful collection brings us into a world that, were it not for the passion of collector Fran Elliott, would be lost forever. Ms Elliott indeed "fills a nitch in art history" brilliantly, by showcasing numerous works of art created by dedicated and prolific artists who persevered in a male dominated world of 'artists of notoriety'. Thanks to Ms. Elliott - these talented and dedicated pioneers are today emerging triumphant - and breaking the glass ceiling of their day! Bravo!
Episode 9: 4 Segments

 
 
 
 
 

Female artists in Arizona during the first part of the last century are part of an exhibit at the Museum of Northern Arizona. Information also is available through Cline Library's Special Collections library.


 
 
 
 
 

Flagstaff has a new arts incubator. Laura Kelly is interviewed by Alexa DuMity, discussing the incubator's long term possibilities.


 
 
 
 
 

On NAU-TV, John Sharpe from Winslow's Turquoise room is featured. As Head Chef of Winslow's Turquoise Room, Sharpe works closely with people from the NAU community.


 
 
 
 
 

Kelley Sliva McKee talks about NAU's Student Success Coaching program.