Trutter exhibit “Small World” closing Monday

LOGO ONLY.Small WorldLLCC faculty and staff are invited to stop by the Trutter Museum for one final look at “Small World – Near to Far,” the current exhibit featuring small items from the Trutter collection as well as the artwork of LLCC’s current and former art faculty.  Click here for details on the exhibit.

The museum is open Monday through Thursday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. or anytime by appointment.  For more information, call 6-2217.

James S. Murray Gallery opens new exhibit

East Asian exhibit at LLCCThe James S. Murray Gallery now features a selection of East Asian art and artifacts from the Philip and Mary Kathryn Trutter Collection. The Murray Gallery is located on the second floor of Menard Hall on the LLCC campus. Gallery hours are Monday through Friday from 8 a.m.-4 p.m.
The exhibit complements a course being co-taught this spring by English faculty members Paul Van Heuklom and Ashley Green entitled “Cultural Values of the Eastern World,” as well as the East Asian Film Series they organized last fall. The course focuses on the creative and intellectual milestones of the Far East, the same concepts on display in the Murray Gallery. The exhibit will run through March 31.
The entire collection of Philip and Mary Kathryn Trutter is permanently housed across campus in a museum and building named in their honor. More information on the Trutter Museum and its collection is available at www.LLCCFoundation.org/trutter-museum.

Today and this weekend at LLCC–winter art sale and piano recital

TODAY: The annual Winter Art Sale continues, 10 a.m.-2 p.m., Trutter Center. Original student art including ceramics, fine art, note paper and more. Cookies and coffee available from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. courtesy of the Trutter Museum. Cash, checks and credit cards accepted. Proceeds benefit LLCC art students and the Philip and Mary Kathryn Trutter Museum.

Sunday, Dec. 6:  “Christmas for Two” piano recital, 2 p.m., Trutter Center. LLCC music instructors Denise Edwards and Barbara Lanham will present the arrangement of Christmas carols for four hands by Robert D. Vandall. Event is free of charge and open to the public.

Winter Art Sale today and Friday at Trutter Center

The annual winter sale of student artwork starts today at the Trutter Center. Students, faculty and staff are invited to browse and buy LincIngraphic12.3&4today and Friday, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

A wide variety of original student art including ceramics, fine art, note paper and more is priced right and would make great gifts for the holiday season. Cookies and coffee will be available from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Thursday and Friday courtesy of the Trutter Museum.

Art purchases can be made with cash, checks or credit cards. All proceeds from the art sale support LLCC art students and the Philip and Mary Kathryn Trutter Museum.

 

“Winter Blues” art sale preview event and Winter Art Sale this week

The Philip and Mary Kathryn Trutter Museum is hosting a Winter Art Sale Thursday and Friday, Dec. 3 and 4 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Trutter Center.

A wide variety of original student art including ceramics, fine art, note paper and more, is priced right and would make great gifts for the holiday season. Cookies and coffee will be available from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. both days, courtesy of the Trutter Museum

Faculty and staff may also attend the art sale preview event, “Winter Blues,” Wednesday, Dec. 2 from 5 to 8 p.m. The event is $10 per person and offers an exclusive first opportunity to buy art and enjoy hors d’oeuvres and blues music presented by LLCC students. A cash bar will be available.

Art purchases can be made with cash, checks or credit cards. All proceeds from the art sale support LLCC art students and the Philip and Mary Kathryn Trutter Museum.

For more information, call 217.786.2785, visit www.llccfoundation.org/trutter museum or email llccfoundation@llcc.edu.

Winter Art Sale at LLCC Dec. 3 and 4; special art sale preview event, “Winter Blues,” being held Dec. 2

The Philip and Mary Kathryn Trutter Museum is hosting a Winter Art Sale Thursday and Friday, Dec. 3 and 4 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Trutter Center, LLCC-Springfield, 5250 Shepherd Road.

A wide variety of original student art including ceramics, fine art, note paper and more, is priced right and would make great gifts for the holiday season. Cookies and coffee will be available from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. both days, courtesy of the Trutter Museum.

The public may also attend the art sale preview event, “Winter Blues,” Wednesday, Dec. 2 from 5 to 8 p.m. The event is $10 per person and offers an exclusive first opportunity to browse and buy art and enjoy hors d’oeuvres and blues music presented by LLCC students. Cash bar is available at the event.

Art purchases can be made with cash, checks or credit cards. All proceeds from the art sale support LLCC art students and the Philip and Mary Kathryn Trutter Museum.

For more information about the event, call 217.786.2785, visit www.llccfoundation.org/trutter museum or email llccfoundation@llcc.edu.

 

LLCC Trutter Museum “Winter Blues” event Dec. 2

Event in support of LLCC art students and Philip and Mary Kathryn Trutter Museum

The Philip and Mary Kathryn Trutter Museum at LLCC is hosting “Winter Blues,” Wednesday, Dec. 2 from 5 to 8 p.m. The fundraiser is being held in the Trutter Center on the Springfield campus, 5250 Shepherd Road.

The event offers guests the opportunity to purchase original artwork created by LLCC students such as ceramics and hanging art. Gourmet hors d’oeuvres made and served by LLCC culinary arts students in addition to blues music performed by LLCC’s music students will be presented at the event. A cash bar will be available.

While at the event, guests are invited to view the newest exhibit in the Trutter Museum, “Small World—Near to Far.” The exhibit features nearly 70 items, with 43 small pieces from the Trutter world heritage collection, as well as artwork by LLCC’s current and former art faculty.

Cost is $10 per person, with all proceeds supporting LLCC art students and the Philip and Mary Kathryn Trutter Museum. Reservations are requested by calling 786.2785. Admission at the door will be accepted by cash or check only. Advance reservations and art purchases may be made with credit cards.

The presenting sponsor for “Winter Blues” is Resource One Office Furnishings and Design.

For more information about the event, call 786-2785, visit www.llccfoundation.org/trutter-museum or email llccfoundation@llcc.edu.

Taking a lunchtime walk around campus? Stop by the Trutter Museum!

Fall is upon us and it’s a great time for a lunchtime stroll around campus. So, please stop by the Trutter Center, to see the latest Small Worldexhibit at the Trutter Museum, “Small World – Near to Far,” featuring the artwork of LLCC current and former art faculty. Click here for details on the exhibit.

The museum is open Monday through Thursday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. or anytime by appointment. For more information, call 6-2217.

Students, faculty and staff invited to Trutter Museum exhibit opening reception

LLCC students, faculty and staff are welcome at the opening reception this Friday, Sept. 25 for the newest exhibit at the Philip and Mary Kathryn Trutter Museum, “Small World – Near to Far.” The Small Worldreception is from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Trutter Center. The exhibit features more than 40 small items from the museum’s world heritage collection in addition to artwork by current LLCC art faculty.

“Small World—Near to Far” is the sixth exhibit in the museum. Pieces being featured in the exhibit include a bronze Chinese Temple Dog from the early Ching dynasty (1644-1912), Japanese Netsuke ivory carvings, clay Peruvian “Facepot” or “Portrait Jug,” amethyst carvings of monkeys and stone carvings of faces from the Yucatan. Big and bold art being featured will include signed prints by Salvador Dali and Marc Chagall.

To celebrate the talent of the world close to home, the exhibit also will feature the artwork of current LLCC art faculty and professional artists Michelle Coakes, Al Shull, Leslie Stalter and Thom Whalen, in addition to artwork by founding LLCC art faculty. Various pieces by Springfield photographer Carrie Beard will be on display at the opening reception.

For details on the exhibit, visit the Trutter Museum web page.

LLCC Trutter Museum to open “Small World—Near to Far” exhibit Sept. 25

Exhibit features pieces from Trutter collection and LLCC art faculty; public invited to opening reception 5-7 p.m.

The Philip and Mary Kathryn Trutter Museum at LLCC is celebrating the opening of a new exhibit, “Small World—Near to Far,” on Friday, Sept. 25. The opening reception is being held from 5 to 7 p.m. in the Trutter Center on the Springfield campus, 5250 Shepherd Road. The public is invited.

“Small World—Near to Far” is the sixth exhibit in the museum and will feature nearly 70 items, with 43 small pieces, from the Trutter world heritage collection. Pieces being featured in the exhibit include a bronze Chinese Temple Dog from the early Ching dynasty (1644-1912), Japanese Netsuke ivory carvings, clay Peruvian “Facepot” or “Portrait Jug,” amethyst carvings of monkeys and stone carvings of faces from the Yucatan. Big and bold art being featured will include signed prints by Salvador Dali and Marc Chagall.

To celebrate the talent of the world close to home, the exhibit also will feature the artwork of current LLCC art faculty and professional artists Michelle Coakes, Al Shull, Leslie Stalter and Thom Whalen, in addition to artwork by founding LLCC art faculty. Various pieces by Springfield photographer Carrie Beard will be on display at the opening reception.

Philip, a local architect, and his wife, Mary Kathryn Trutter, traveled throughout the world from the late 1950s through the mid-1970s. Traveling around the world approximately 10 times and visiting 100 countries and principalities, they collected a vast array of art, artifacts and other cultural items of interest. The Trutters exhibited a love of lifelong learning and desired to share their values with the LLCC community. About 750 pieces in the Trutter collection and a cash gift were bequeathed to the college after Mr. Trutter’s passing in December 2000.

Museum hours are Monday through Thursday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and anytime by appointment. For information or to schedule an appointment, contact Janet Semanik at 217.786.2217 or visit www.llccfoundation.org.