Advanced Painting currently has an exhibit titled, “Contemporary Landscapes,” on view at the Lind Interpretive Center. Please join us for the opening reception on Tuesday, May 7th from 3:30-4:30. The exhibit will close after graduation on Sunday, June 2nd.
Students relief woodcarving prints are currently on view in the Writing Center. The assignment was titled “Self Portrait as Metaphor.” Student artists are Elle Furnival, Eiler Hendrickson, Sidney Firmin, Maren Legaros, Mara Leblanc and Avery Maijala. The work will be exhibited through May 15th.
Advanced Printmaking Student, Leif Estensen, currently has work installed in the lower level of the Student Center. His project, titled “Evidence,” involves serigraphy, welding and found objects. The work will be installed through December 14th.
Exhibition: Process and Progress Schaefer Fine Arts Gallery, Top Floor Nov 28-Dec 2nd Please stop in to see the work of Advanced Painting student Erik Velgersdyk.
“Between our birth and our death we may touch understanding. As a moth brushes a window with its wings” – Christopher Fry Art 238 developed intaglio prints using the Biology department’s Entomology collection as inspiration for the subject matter. Each student had the choice to work objectively from observation or more conceptually from the [...]
The Junior Art Major’s Exhibition is opening tomorrow, February 23rd from 4:30-6 PM in the Schaefer Gallery. Please come and join us! Featuring artwork by: Miranda Bickett, Margit Bren, Karl Brudvig, Leif Estenson, Meredith Evans, Olivia Nguyen, See Thor and Erik Velgersdyk
The collaborative work of senior art major Blong Lor and Professor Priscilla Briggs is included in the exhibition Intersections: Women, Leadership and the Power of Collaboration at MCAD Gallery, January 17-February 26, 2012.
Artwork from Gustavus watercolor class can be seen at the Writing Center in Confer room 232. The paintings are from an assignment that investigated the relationship between interior and exterior. We considered how inside and outside can act as a symbol, metaphor or narrative. The Writing Center is open from Monday-Thursday 7-10 PM and Sundays [...]
Students from the Digital Photography and Darkroom Photography classes traveled to Minneapolis to visit both the Minneapolis Institute of Art and the Walker Art Center with a stopover at Pizza Luce. Two complimentary exhibits, Exposed: Voyeurism, Surveillance and the Camera Since 1870 at the Walker, and Angela Strassheim’s Evidence at the MIA, offered students a [...]
Artist Talk: Lacy Criswell and Amanda Hankerson: From Sturgis To Testy Festy, Photographing Ephemeral Communities
During their recent exhibition at the Schaefer Gallery, collaborative photographers Lacy Criswell and Amanda Hankerson gave an artist talk. The conversation offered current students insight into the duo’s photographic experience on location, as well as the process of making and editing a body of work. Gallery Assistant, Blong Lor [...]