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Step Gallery, Arizona State University - UPDATED Spring 2004 Exhibition Calendar

January 08, 2004

TEMPE, Ariz. – The talents of the Herberger College’s undergraduate studio art majors will be showcased at the School of Art’s Step Gallery during spring 2004.

The Step Gallery showcases works by School of Art undergraduates, both in solo and group shows. Exhibitions feature the broad range of studio art disciplines taught at the School of Art, including painting, drawing, sculpture, ceramics, fibers, photography, printmaking and intermedia. 

Step is one of four galleries operated by School of Art students, staff and faculty. All are open to the public.

The Step Gallery is located in Tempe Center on the southeast corner of Mill and University in Tempe. Admission to the gallery and all exhibitions is free and open to the public. Gallery hours are Monday through Thursday from noon – 5 p.m. and Friday from noon – 3 p.m. The spring 2004 schedule follows.

Silver and More

Step Gallery
Jan. 26-30, 2004
Reception: 7-9 p.m., Jan. 26
Dorit Herlinger, an Intermedia major, presents an exhibition of mixed media jewelry created while working on her Bachelor of Fine Arts. Her body of work includes primarily sterling silver jewelry as well as some enamel work, ceramics, and drawings and paintings.

ASU Ceramics Faculty and Graduate Student Show

Step Gallery
Feb. 23-29, 2004
Reception: 7-9 p.m., Feb. 28
This exhibition will showcase ceramic art by ASU’s faculty and graduate students. Work by Kurt Weiser, Jeanne Otis, Randy Schmidt, Jinsoo Song, Rob Evans, Kaori Fujitani, Jeanne Collins, Joe Gower, Keofar Kesornsook, Jon Read and Steve Hilton will be featured.

Visualizing History
Step Gallery
March 1-5, 2004
Reception: 7-9 p.m., March 1
Included in this multi-media exhibit by Seneca Miller, a photography major, is work created to communicate the artist’s concern about the environment, thoughtless consumer activity and politics.

Common Place

Step Gallery
March 22-26, 2004
Reception: 7-9 p.m., March 22
In this photography exhibition, Sara Code-Kroll presents images of Tempe neighborhoods, seeking to convey that what may seem common place is not necessarily so. “My aim is to show that these places are both dynamic and a place where interesting things can be found,” Code-Kroll says.

Luminous Beings
Step Gallery
March 29 – April 2, 2004
Reception: 7-9 p.m., March 29
This exhibition of multimedia sculpture by Amy Rose Drew comments on humanity’s potential and how it is often not realized.

A Time is Passing
Step Gallery
April 5-9, 2004
Reception: 7-9 p.m., April 5
This woodwork and neon exhibition by Damon McIntyre presents work described by the artist as "an old world style that provides a sense of warmth to my soul." McIntyre's intention is to describe a time and place that, once upon a time, never existed.

People, Place, and Things: BFA Honors Thesis Exhibition
Step Gallery
April 12-16, 2004
Reception: 7-9 p.m., April 12
Undergraduate painting major Trisha Eardley presents approximately seven to 10 large-scale oil and acrylic portraits, as well as several smaller studies done in preparation for the large portraits.

Identical Otherness

Step Gallery
April 19-23, 2004
Reception: 7-9 p.m., April 19
In this collaborative exhibition, Melanie and Michelle Craven explore twinship. The exhibition comprises a series of images printed in collotype, a 19th-century photomechanical printing process.

Intimate Country
Step Gallery
April 26-30, 2004
Reception: 7-9 p.m., April 26
Exhibition by undergraduate photography major Tonia Eden Mayton.

The School of Art is part of The Katherine K. Herberger College of Fine Arts at Arizona State University. The college educates more than 2,500 students annually and encompasses the School of Art, the School of Music, the Department of Theatre and the Department of Dance, as well as the research-based Institute for Studies in the Arts and the ASU Art Museum. Visit the Herberger College School of Art on the Web at

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Jennifer Pringle