Art and Art History

Faculty Art Exhibition: Recent Work

The 2014 Faculty Art Exhibition. Featuring: Michelle Bolinger, Bradley Coleman, Maurene Cooper, Amy Cuthbert, Robert Hooper, Karen Lebergott, Betsy Odom, Eli Robb, Nicole Seisler, and Tracy Marie Taylor.

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    This year’s student art show, opening April 4 as part of the 19th annual Steven Galovich Memorial Student Symposium, features painting, drawing, sculpture, mixed media and video art, created by students of Professors Robb, Lebergott, Bolinger, Taylor and Geistweidt. 

    April 4-15, 2016
    Gallery Hours: M/W/F 2:00-5:00 pm
    Saturday and Sunday 1:00-5:00 pm
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    February 25 - March 30, 2016
    Sonnenschein and Albright Galleries
    Gallery Hours: Mon/Wed/Fri 2:00-5:00 pm; Sat & Sun 1:00-5:00 pm

    Lorna Marsh is a figurative expressionist who blends symbolism, surrealism, and expressionism. She has evolved a unique mark making technique to create fresh images that illustrate the universal language of human beings. Marsh uses both her hands and no brushes; nothing lies between Marsh and her surface. The Pen & Ink series explores the isolation of social relationships. Ms. Marsh was born in Cape Town, South Africa and studied at the London Royal Academy of Art and at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
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    January 21 - February 17, 2016

    Pieces in this exhibition were selected from the MacLean Collection of Asian Art, housed in a private museum in Mettawa, Illinois and were curated by the students in Art History 238: Curating an Art Collection during this past fall semester. The objects, all from China, include five different media: wood, bronze, stone, pottery, and plaster, and range from 3500 BCE to contemporary time.

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    November 17-December 11, 2015

    The conversations on stereotypes and representation, body image and the way women have been represented in art, emotion and the way the psychological is conveyed, and tradition and the transcendence of time, all have a universality to them. Not only can everyone contribute to these individual thematic issues, but they also strongly relate to each other. Through Multiple Voices, we opened conversation between the curators (the students in Rebecca Goldberg’s Art History 238: Curating an Art Collection), their chosen objects, and the viewers. We welcomed the viewer to connect with each object and contribute their own voice to the conversation.

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    Push/Play : A Survey of Recent Video Art

    October 9 - November 4, 2015