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Faculty Meetings
Jan 14 – Jan 18 all-day
Classes begin (Full Semester & 1st 8-week session)
Jan 21 all-day
Skyline Singers
Jan 26 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Skyline Singers

The Skyline Singers are a professional chamber choir and the Whitney Center for the Arts’ newest Ensemble-in-Residence! Directed by Dr. Robert Psurny.

Free and open to the public.

Dr. Robert Psurny is a native of Northwest Ohio, and began his vocal studies with Professor Barbara Rondelli at the University of Toledo, where he earned his Bachelor of Music degree. He continued his musical studies at Ohio University (Athens) where he earned a Master of Music degree in Vocal Performance and Music Theory as a voice student of Dr. Ira Zook. Dr. Psurny earned his Doctor of Musical Arts degree from the Cleveland Institute of Music and Case Western Reserve University as a vocal student of Irvin Bushman. ​ He has performed as a vocal soloist and chorus member with The Robert Page Cleveland Singers, Apollo’s Fire (Cleveland’s Baroque Orchestra), Musikanten Montana, The Cantabile Men’s Ensemble (West Virginia), Cleveland Opera Chorus, the Cleveland Bach and Handel Society, and numerous churches and synagogues. He is an avid recitalist, specializing in performances of complete song cycles by Schubert, Schumann, Beethoven, Mahler, Fauré, Poulenc, Satie, Dvorak, and others. In Spring of 2015, Dr. Psurny was a Fulbright Scholar to the Czech Republic, where he studied Czech language and Czech choral music at the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague (AMU).

Dr. Psurny has conducted such choral works as the Mozart Requiem, Handel’s Messiah, Haydn’s Creation and Lord Nelson Mass, Bach’s Magnificat, and many others. He has formerly held positions on the music theory and voice faculties of the Cleveland Institute of Music, Baldwin-Wallace College, Davis and Elkins College, and Carroll College.

David Simpson Artist Talk and Opening
Jan 31 @ 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm
David Simpson Artist Talk and Opening

anuary 31 Artist Talk (4p) and opening reception (5p). Free and open to the public.

The Edward A. Whitney Gallery is open Monday-Friday 10a-7p and Sundays 12-4p.

David W. Simpson is a printmaker, sculptor, and installation artist based in Seattle, Washington. Simpson uses artifacts marked by the passage of time— both natural and man-made detritus—in his sculptural and printmaking practices, transforming them into contemporary statements. While working with a range of processes, materials, and aesthetics, Simpson’s work is unified by a graphic immediacy and the artist’s practice of gathering found objects to repurpose into art. A daily ritual is to walk along the beach just steps from home in search of driftwood or plywood pieces degraded by the waves, which he uses to make his relief prints, cyanotypes and serigraph series.

Simpson received a Bachelor of Arts in Graphic Design from the School of Fine Arts and Design of Iowa State University. He was awarded a 4 Culture Individual Artist Project Grant in Seattle in 2012, and in 2014 was included in the Tacoma Art Museum’s Ink This! Contemporary Print Arts in the Northwest. His work is in the collections of Neiman Marcus, University of Washington Medical Center, Madewell, and private collections in the U.S., Mexico, Brazil and Taiwan. He has been a visiting artist at the University of Washington, Western Washington University and University of Puget Sound and is an instructor for printmaking workshops in the Northwest. He has had public art installations in Downtown Seattle and at the Alki Bathhouse.

Midterm grades due for 1st 8-week session
Feb 19 all-day