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"Machine and Marks" Artist to Visit Campus
March 6, 2019

Artist Jordan Krutsch will speak at Walters State Community College’s Morristown Campus at 10:15 a.m. on March 13. The artist talk coincides with his current exhibit at the Catron Art Gallery, “Machines and Marks.”
Krutsch creates machines from repurposed objects, handcrafted components and raw building materials. His work is a conglomeration of process, performative maintenance and inquiry. The machines at the center of his exhibit have actually created the pencil drawings on display in the gallery. 
Krutsch resides in Cullowhee, North Carolina, and has taught sculpture and three-dimensional foundations at Western Carolina University. He earned a bachelor of fine arts from Bowling Green State University and a master of fine arts from Western Carolina University. His awards include “Best in Show” at the North Charleston National Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition. 
He has served residencies at the Bascom in Highlands, North Carolina, at Franconia Sculpture Park in Shafer, Minnesota, and at the Arrowmont School in Gatlinburg. 
Krutsch’s artist talk will be in the theatre of the Judge William H. Inman Humanities Complex.
“Machines and Marks” will be exhibited through March 29. The Catron Art Gallery is located inside the R. Jack Fishman Library. The Gallery is open during regular library hours and admission is free.  

In the photo: “Machines and Marks” is the current exhibit at the Catron Art Gallery in the R. Jack Fishman Library on the Walters State Morristown Campus. Artist Jordan Krutsch designed the machines to make artwork. He will present an artist talk at on March 13 in the theatre of the Judge William H. Inman Humanities Complex.