Sept. 1, 2006
Artist Carol Faber, assistant professor of drawing and digital media at Iowa State University in Ames, will present “Art after Morningside” on Wednesday, Sept. 6, at 11:45 a.m. in Eppley Auditorium, 3625 Garretson Ave., on the campus of Morningside College. The free event, which is part of Morningside’s Academic and Cultural Arts Series (ACAS), is open to the public.
Faber, a Morningside alumna, will discuss her artwork and research into digital technologies including how the computer has becomes an artistic tool of expression in her own work. She will be showing images of her artwork and subjects that influence her research.
Faber received a bachelor’s degree from Morningside in 1987 and holds master of arts and master of fine arts degrees from Iowa State University. In addition to her faculty position, she is serving as interim co-director of the Core Foundation at Iowa State University’s College of Design. Previously, Faber served as visual arts instructor and gallery director at North Iowa Area Community College in Mason City.
She has exhibited her artwork at venues across Iowa and at national juried exhibitions including the 2006 National Photography Exhibition held in Pittsburg, Kan., and the 2005 National Drawing Exhibition held in Santa Cruz, Calif.