Two of Marywood University's School of Architecture faculty were invited to be guests on WVIA's ArtScene program, which highlights area arts and cultural events.
Russell Roberts was on air January 26. He discussed the story behind the works by Giovanni Battista Piranesi and Luigi Rossini presented in "Classical Masters: The Grandeur of Rome." Russell Roberts became involved in the project from early on when he was asked to give a lecture on ancient Roman architecture in conjunction with the exhibition by Brian Benedetti, the Gallery Director at Misericordia University. In the interview he explains some of that history as well as how the works were made and the influence they have had on art and architecture since their creation. You can listen to the entire interview here:
Ruth Koelewyn went to discuss her solo exhibition in the Suraci Gallery at Marywood University. The exhibition, entitled The Space Between Us Is Not Distance, is an installion piece creating a physical model to explore relationships between people. She spoke about her process, inspiration, and her experiences as an artist. Her interview aired on February 13, you can listen to the entire piece here:
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