Arts & Prose · Campus News

Juried exhibition highlights, recognizes art students’ work 

Jen Anima Lantern Staff The E.B White Art Gallery on the El Dorado campus invites students to see the new pieces that have been put on display for this year’s Juried Exhibition. The annual Juried Exhibition in the E.B White Art Gallery is open to the public and students until Monday, May 2 from 10… Continue reading Juried exhibition highlights, recognizes art students’ work 

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Mold discovered on El Dorado campus: Facilities Management works to correct mold

Ally Davis Editor-in-Chief The week of Aug. 9, a reading instructor discovered mold on a toy giraffe she was given as a present by another colleague. A giraffe typically does not have blackish colors, so Elena Allen, a professor of reading, then went to her dean’s office in the 200 Building on the El Dorado campus and alerted Susan Bradley,… Continue reading Mold discovered on El Dorado campus: Facilities Management works to correct mold

Campus News · Community News

Former instructor accuses Butler of age discrimination, files lawsuit

Caelin Bragg Lantern Staff Former art instructor Roger Mathews has filed a lawsuit against Butler Community College alleging he was discriminated against because of his age. Mathews, the plaintiff in this lawsuit, was hired by Butler as a part-time instructor in October of 1980, and he was hired as a full-time instructor during the fall… Continue reading Former instructor accuses Butler of age discrimination, files lawsuit

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Hurlburt family donates art supplies

Amariani Garcia Lantern Staff The Fine Arts department received a donation in July by the daughter of George Troy Hurlburt. The donation was a variety of art books, countless tubes of water color, acrylic and oil paints, sketchbooks, canvases and additional art supplies. Hurlburt, a Butler alumnus, graduated in 1956, and later received his bachelor’s… Continue reading Hurlburt family donates art supplies

Campus News · Feature

Nude modeling plays important role in Life Drawing

Cat Gonzales Photography & Social Media Editor Nude modeling is a regular part of Life Drawing class. The professors in the art department believe that it is an important aspect when helping their students to become better artists. “If you can learn how to draw the human figure, then you can draw anything else,” Professor… Continue reading Nude modeling plays important role in Life Drawing