Art on the Move at Osage Beach, MO- Mackenna Surdyke-Bennett - Like This

Art on the Move

The University of Missouri’s School of Visual Studies’(SVS) Art on the Move Outreach Program presents a photo exhibition by MU alumna and Osage Beach native, Mackenna Surdyke Bennett. Surdyke-Bennett received her BFA from MU with an emphasis in photography.

Surdyke-Bennett’s large-scale silver gelatin photos will be on display with an opportunity to meet the artist, Tuesday, November 6 from 5-7 pm at the L O PROFILE Magazine Launch Social, Missy Pinkel, Publisher, at Jeffrey's Prime Rib & Lobster Steakhouse, 1252 Highway KK. This one evening event is free and open to the public.

The exhibit moves to Lake Fine Art Academy & Galleria, Dr. Paula Brown owner, 5513 Osage Beach Pkwy, from November 13-17. A reception and opportunity to meet the artist will be held on Friday, November 16, from 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm at the Galleria. Gallery hours are: Tues-Fri 10 am- 5 pm; Sat 10 am – 3 pm. The exhibit and reception are free and open to the public.

The exhibit moves to Camdenton High School for a final two days where the artist will meet with students and share stories of her professional art career and educational path at MU SVS. This exhibition is closed to the public.

The School of Visual Studies brings the academic resources of MIZZOU to communities through collaborative engagements such as the Art on the Move Outreach Program that include MU students, alumni and faculty creating mutually beneficial learning outcomes for our students and the local community.

Art on the Move provides hands-on professional career building opportunities for MU SVS students and alumni, by returning them to their Missouri hometowns or home regions to share their art with others in communities across the state and plays an instrumental part in recruiting
the next generation of SVS students.

This exhibit is brought to you through a partnership between MU School of Visual Studies, University of Missouri Extension, L O PROFILE Magazine, Lake Fine Art Academy & Galleria, with special thanks to Camdenton High School.