Entries tagged with ‘Art History’

MacCarthy and Stockmann Win Innovative Teaching Awards

Colleen Stockmann (left) won the 2021-2022 Innovative Assignment award for their assignment "Repatriating the Parthenon Marbles." Henry MacCarthy won the award for Innovation at the Course or Curricular Level for the courses associated with the Fall 2020 production, "The Murder Mystery Hour" (Right). The 2021-2022 Innovative Teaching Awards from the John S. Kendall Center for […]

Senior Spotlight: Darby Hurlbert

The “Senior Spotlight” series honors graduating fine arts majors for their contributions to the Gustavus community. Darby Hurlbert is a Studio Arts and Art History double major with a philosophy minor from California. She plans to take some time for herself post-graduation and work on her relationship with her art. Associate Professor of Art Kristen […]

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.

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.

Hillstrom Museum of Art Exhibits Forbidden Russian Avant-Garde Artwork

The Hillstrom Museum of Art at Gustavus Adolphus College will host two exhibitions beginning Monday, Sept. 8. Forbidden Art: The Postwar Russian Avant-Garde will be on display concurrently with Selections from the Hillstrom Collection. Both will run through Sunday, Nov. 9.

Former Director of Iraqi National Museum to Give Lecture

Dr. Donny George Youkhanna, the former director general of the National Museum in Baghdad, Iraq, will present a public lecture at Gustavus Adolphus College at 7 p.m. Monday, Sept. 22. The lecture is free to all and will be given in Alumni Hall, located in the O.J. Johnson Student Union on the Gustavus campus.