April 12, 2002
VITERBO ALL-STUDENT ART SHOW OPENS; TOUCHSTONE DEBUTS
LA CROSSE, Wis.—Alaska's fiddling poet, Ken Waldman will be on the Viterbo University campus Wednesday, April 17 to help kick off the 2002 edition of Touchstone, the university’s literary arts magazine, and the art department's All-student Show.
At 7 p.m. in the FAC Recital Hall, the 2002 edition of Touchstone will debut with a performance by poet and folk musician, Ken Waldman, who has poetry published in this edition of Touchstone. He is the author of To Live on this Earth and has recorded two CDs: A Week in Eek and Burnt Down House.
Then at 8:15 p.m. in the 3rd floor gallery, the 2002 All-student Art Show opens. It runs through May 3 and features the work of Viterbo art students, freshman through senior, from all areas and media. Copies of the 2002 issue of Touchstone will be available at the opening reception and refreshments will be served. Both events are free of charge.
For more information, contact Bill Stobb, English, at 608-796-3486 or Ed Rushton, art, at 608-796-3752.