Works by a Mississippi State art department lecturer and seven other artists are on display through June 28 at Mississippi State's Cullis Wade Depot Art Gallery.
Titled "HomeEc," the free summer exhibition is featured on the second floor of the university's Welcome Center at the Cullis Wade Depot. It features 19 pieces incorporating textiles, embroidery, whittling, ceramics, collage, photography and 3-D printing.
Regular gallery hours are 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Monday-Friday.
Through their creations, Rowan Haug and artists from Mississippi, Arkansas, Kentucky, New York, and Tennessee offer a variety of unique considerations of home, domesticity, privacy, tradition, belonging and displacement.
"Home Ec" exhibitors--and their respective areas of emphasis--include:
--Rowan Haug of Starkville, fiber art;
--Marty Haug, also of Starkville, sculpture;
--Summer Carmack of Oxford, ceramics;
--Joe Ford of Arkansas, sculpture;
--Cara Sullivan of Arkansas, photography;
--Jenna Richards of Kentucky, ceramics and fiber art;
--Paul Loughney of New York, collage; and
--Nick DeFord of Tennessee, multimedia.
For additional information, contact exhibit organizer Adrienne Callander at 662-325-2970 or email@example.com.
The art department is part of MSU's College of Architecture, Art and Design. More about the department and college may be viewed at www.caad.msstate.edu and on Facebook www.facebook.com/CAADatMSU or Twitter @CAADatMSU.
MSU is online at www.msstate.edu.