‘Art & Art History’ Category

Hillstrom Museum of Art Receives Grant

The Hillstrom Museum of Art recently received a $12,000 grant from the Carl and Verna Schmidt Foundation in support of its upcoming exhibit, Charles Burchfield: Oh My Heavens, which opens November 19 and runs through February 1, 2019.

The Fine Arts Guide to Honors Weekend

Honors Weekend is busy on campus, so here's a handy guide to all of the fabulous fine arts events happening this weekend!

Howard Quednau: Venturing into a Third Dimension

"Howard Quednau: Dioramas" is on display at the Schaefer Art Gallery April 15-May 19.

New Hillstrom Museum of Art Exhibits Make a Bold Statement

The Hillstrom Museum of Art at Gustavus Adolphus College is no stranger to famous artists and stunning exhibits; in fact, that is the norm. However, this one is special, and also a bit…different.

Senior August Moehrke’s solo exhibit explores what it means to be “home”

August Moehrke '18 opens his solo exhibit, "August Henry: Hygge" at the Schaefer Art Gallery Friday, January 12. The works explore concepts of being "present" and what it means to be "home".

Byers receives grant for artwork featuring glaciers and climate change

Associate Professor of Art, Betsy Byers, has been awarded the Prairie Lakes Regional Arts Council Professional Mid-Career Artist Grant for her artwork on climate change and the rapidly melting glaciers at Glacier National Park.

Kristen Lowe’s “Painting the Place Between” to be Featured on TPT Saturday

Gustavus Adolphus College art professor Kristen Lowe’s documentary, "Painting the Place Between", has been so popular since it's 2013 release, that it will be broadcast again on Twin Cities Public Television four times on Saturday, December 16.

Nevitt’s Minneapolis Institute of Art Exhibit Featured by Star Tribune

Art faculty member Jennifer Nevitt's solo show at the Minneapolis Institute of Art, "Sans Terre," was recently featured for its "unmistakeable physicality" in the Star Tribune. 

Hillstrom Museum of Art brings world class expert and famed photographer to Gustavus

The Hillstrom Museum of Art will be a busy place with the opening of new exhibits, Jerome Myers: The Ash Can Artist of the Lower East Side and Stuart Klipper: The World in a Few States.

Bold, thought-provoking “Solastalgia” exhibit opens at newly-remodeled Schaefer Gallery

Artist Cristi Rinklin explores the term "Solastalgia" and its impact around the country in an exhibit opening at Gustauvus’ newly-remodeled Schaefer Gallery Thursday, October 12.