Time Arts Professor's Work Making News

 photo courtesy of the St. Charles Art Council

Four Lands - "Airborne" detail

NIU School of Art and Design “Time Arts” professor Bart Woodstrup debuted a new video art piece entitled Four Lands as part of “Art at Work” which was sponsored by the St. Charles Art Council. The program seeks out non-traditional venues for displaying art. This month's inaugural event was
hosted by Suburban Tire Auto Repair Centers on Rt. 38 in St. Charles, IL. Bart's work was displayed across four large flat panel screens which, during the day, are used for tire advertisements. The Fox River Valley has a burgeoning art scene to which the St, Charles Arts Council is making some
exciting contributions. 

Four Lands is an animated version of Bart's laser cut paper art series. More information on Bart's art can be viewed here.

In September, Bart also was busy creating a video art exhibition on the Rt. 64 bridge in St. Charles. Bart used this opportunity to demonstrate to students how to incorporate their work into existing architecture, which is his class's research focus for this semester.




In addition, we're happy to report that Bart's collaboration on the Sarajevo Haggadah was in the news again, this time in the Washington Post.

Congratulations, Bart!

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