2021 Student Artist in Residence Exhibit

Featuring the works of Studio Art seniors Sarah Campbell and Beck Slack
AI interpreted poetry based on Beck Slack's photography. Photo credit: Beck Slack.
May 5, 2021

Welcome to the 2021 Student Artist in Residence exhibit at the Furlong Gallery.

Each year, the Student Artist in Residence program awards two School of Art and Design students with a grant of $2,000 each. They receive a dedicated studio and exhibition space, resulting in a body of work created over the course of the year.

“These projects reflect a level of distinction and aesthetic normally reserved for a body of work that would be completed by a professional artist,” SOAD Director Dave Beck said.

The 2021 SAIR recipients are studio art seniors Sarah Campbell and Beck Slack. Their exhibit, That ([   ]), invites gallery visitors to explore the concepts of portals, poetry and photography.

2021 Student Artist in Residence Sarah Campbell's Portal painting.
A Portal by Sarah Campbell, part of her collective work. / UW-Stout
AI interpreted poetry based on Beck Slack's photography.
AI interpreted poetry based on Beck Slack's photography. / UW-Stout
A hornet and ochre potter's clay turned dark blue through an oxidation process by Beck Slack.
A hornet and ochre potter's clay turned dark blue through an oxidation process. By Beck Slack. / UW-Stout
A glass bench by Beck Slack, positioned in front of a digital display splashed with color.
A glass bench by Beck Slack, positioned in front of a digital display splashed with color. / Beck Slack
A digital display splashed with color. By Beck Slack.
A digital display splashed with color. By Beck Slack. / Beck Slack
2021 Student Artist in Residence Sarah Campbell's Portal painting.
A Portal by Sarah Campbell, part of her collective work. / UW-Stout
A red light bulb burns above a tome. By Beck Slack.
A red light bulb burns above a tome. By Beck Slack. / Beck Slack
A vintage chair and thin table, displaying collections of Beck Slack's photography and AI interpreted poetry.
A vintage chair and thin table, displaying collections of Beck Slack's photography and AI interpreted poetry. / Beck Slack
A metal and concrete stand displaying Beck Slack's photography and AI interpreted poetry.
A metal and concrete stand displaying Beck Slack's photography and AI interpreted poetry. / Beck Slack
2021 Student Artist in Residence Sarah Campbell's Portal painting.
A Portal by Sarah Campbell, part of her collective work. / UW-Stout
2021 Student Artist in Residence Sarah Campbell's Portal painting.
A Portal by Sarah Campbell, part of her collective work. / UW-Stout

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