Posts tagged with “Exhibitions” (All posts)
Dan Bruggeman exhibits at Groveland Gallery28 August 2018
Senior Lecturer in Art, Dan Bruggeman will exhibit his latest paintings, “From Voids That Are Never Empty” at Groveland Gallery.
Fred Hagstrom exhibits at Birmingham Museum of Art21 August 2018
Fred Hagstrom is part of the exhibit “Third Space: shifting conversations about contemporary art.” The Birmingham Museum of Art presents Third Space, the first large exhibition of contemporary art from the Museum’s own collection.Third Space features over 100 works of art in a variety of mediums, including painting, sculpture, drawing, photography, and video. The exhibition creates connections between the American South and other parts of the world using contemporary art.
Kelly Connole exhibits at American Swedish Institute4 June 2018
Associate Professor of Art, has two ceramics sculptures on exhibit at the American Swedish Institute in Minneapolis through July 15. The exhibition features five local artists in conjunction with The Fantastical Worlds of Kim Simmonson.
Danny Saathoff exhibits at Grand Marais Art Colony15 February 2018
Instructor in Art Danny Saathoff exhibits an immersive art installation about ice formation and the effects of climate change on Lake Superior. February 20-March 3 at the Grand Marais Art Colony.
David Lefkowitz exhibits at Cumberland Gallery16 October 2017
“The Professors” November 11-December 23, 2017. Opening Reception, Saturday, November 11 from 6-8 pm
Juliane Shibata exhibits at George Fox University3 April 2017
Visiting Assistant Professor of Art, was recently included in a National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts (NCECA) concurrent exhibition titled Tropes of Nature at George Fox University in Newberg, Oregon. Earlier this year, a review of (Michi) – Distinctive Paths, Shared Affinity:
An Exhibition of Japanese American Ceramic Artists (displayed in the Perlman Teaching Museum) was published in Ceramics Monthly.
Ross Elfline is lead consultant for Walker Art Center’s exhibition “Hippie Modernism”2 November 2015
Ross Elfline, Assistant Professor of Art History, was lead consultant for the exhibition Hippie Modernism: The Struggle for Utopia, which opened at the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis on Saturday, October 23. The exhibition will be on view until February 28, 2016 before traveling to the Cranbrook Art Center in Michigan, and then to the Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive in California. Ross also led the opening weekend panel discussion with the exhibition’s curator and three contributors to the exhibition catalog. In addition, his essay “Radical Bodies,” which focuses on how avant-garde architectural works posit the human body, is featured in the catalog, which is now in bookstores.
Kelly Connole at Northern Clay Center8 July 2015
McKnight Exhibition at the Northern Clay Center in Minneapolis through August 30th–the opening reception is this Saturday, July 11 from 1-4. Connole has installed a major piece titled From Here to There that is a meditation on the cycle of life and the deliberate act of finding profound beauty in darkness.
Assemblage and installation artists Danny Saathoff and Kelly Connole populate the Kolman & Pryor gallery with new work. Their exhibition, More Than One: Excursions Into the Uncanny, runs June 6 through July 18, 2015, with an artist reception on Saturday, June 20, from 7-10 p.m.
Sexual Politics curated by Kelly Connole16 March 2015
Northern Clay Center presents “Sexual Politics,” a show curated by Kelly Connole.
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