‘Art & Art History’ Category

Junior Art Exhibition: Trample Yearn Crash and Burn

The Gustavus Art & Art History is presenting the Junior Exhibition at the Schaefer Gallery. Held every year, this is put on by junior year art majors at Gustavus to celebrate their talents, both within the Gustavus community and with the public. This exhibition opens Tuesday, April 23, and runs until Tuesday, May 14, with […]

Exploring Paths: A Journey through Art, Psychology, and Identity with Jada Zevenbergen

Jada Zevenbergen is a senior Studio Art, Psychology and Gender, Women, Sexuality Studies major from Shakopee, Minnesota. She has been very involved in the Studio Art and Theater department during her time here at Gustavus. Jada met with us to talk about her experiences.  Why did you come to Gustavus? I really liked the landscape, […]

The Artistry and Mestizx Narratives of Vick Quezada at Gustavus Adolphus College

Acclaimed artist Vick Quezada is coming to Gustavus Adolphus College to share their artwork and their story with the public and student body alike. Their works are currently on display at Schaefer Art Gallery at Gustavus Adolphus College, and will remain until Sunday, April 7. There will be a public reception on Tuesday, March 19 […]

From Mexico to Saint Peter: Mariana’s Journey through Art and Theatre at Gustavus

Mariana Rodriguez-Guzman (Mar) is a senior Theatre and Studio Art major with a minor in Costume Design from Mexico City, Mexico. She has been in numerous theater productions at Gustavus, and has created art that can be found both on campus and in Sain. Peter. Mar met with us to talk about her experience at […]

Nobel 59 Opening Procession Brings the Gustavus Spirit to Life

On October 3 and 4, Gustavus Adolphus College hosted the 59th Nobel Conference. This year’s conference, “Insects: Little Body, Big Impact”,  addressed the disproportionate effects insects have on human life and aimed to bring awareness to the essential role these beings play in allowing the earth to flourish. Having had the honor of hosting the […]

Gustavus Alum’s Nobel Projections Have Big Impact

The Nobel Conference, held annually at Gustavus Adolphus College, combines the efforts of current, past, and future students of the school, along with the general public, to create a collaborative learning experience. This year’s subject “Insects: Little Body Big Impacts” focused on bugs and the influence that they have on the world, whether it be […]

Fine Arts Weekly Preview: May 1 to 7

This week features the Gustavus Symphony Orchestra Concert, the Choral Showcase, the Honors Recital, the Spring Jazz Showcase Concerts, the Senior Studio Art Majors Exhibition, and three student recitals. Gustavus Symphony Orchestra Concerto Concert May 5, 7 p.m. Björling Recital Hall Eavan McCormick ‘24 Student Recital May 6, 11:30 p.m. Björling Recital Hall Honors Recital […]

Golden Hour: Senior Studio Art Majors Exhibition 2023

Golden Hour: Senior Studio Art Majors Exhibition 2023 will be on view at the Hillstrom Museum of Art, Gustavus Adolphus College, from the College’s Honors Day, May 6, through Commencement, May 27, 2023.  There will be an opening reception Saturday, May 6 from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m.. Every year, Gustavus Adolphus College works with the […]

Fine Arts Preview: April 24 to 30

This week features the senior recitals of Zoe Zarth, Manny Green, Kaylynn Weltzien, Lauren Buss, and Ingrid Welna, as well as the Gustavus Choir Spring Concert. The Junior Studio Arts Major Exhibition is opening on Monday. Junior Studio Arts Majors Exhibition Everything and the Kitchen Sink Open Reception April 24, 4:30 – 6:30 p.m. Schaefer […]

Junior Exhibition opens at Gustavus

The Gustavus Adolphus College Fine Arts Department is proud to present the Schaefer Art Gallery’s Junior Exhibition. This is a project done by art majors at Gustavus who are in their junior year as a way to celebrate their talents, both within the Gustavus community and with the public.  This exhibit opens Monday April 24, […]