‘Art & Art History’ Category

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College Activities Canceled on Sunday, February 24

Cancellations will affect all music, theatre, and fine arts events originally scheduled for Sunday.

“For the Gods” Opens Monday at Hillstrom Museum of Art

Gustavus Adolphus College Associate Professor in Art and Art History Priscilla Briggs spent the last month in Bangalore, India taking photos for her new exhibit, “For the Gods”, opening at the Hillstrom Museum of Art February 18.

“Inscapes” exhibit features work of Virginia A. Groot Sculptor-in-Residence Andrew Hellmund

The newest Schaefer Art Gallery exhibit "Inscapes" features the work of Virginia A. Groot Sculptor-in-Residence Andrew Hellmund. The exhibit opens January 14.

Fine Arts Weekend Preview: Leuwerke, Jazz, and Watercolor

While students may be rounding the corner to Thanksgiving break, there’s still a full slate of fine arts events on deck over the next few days.

New Hillstrom Exhibit Focusing on the Night Sky Set to Open

The work of American master watercolorist Charles Burchfield will be featured in the Hillstrom Museum of Art's new exhibit opening November 19.

Fine Arts Guide to the Nobel Conference

Here is your guide to the arts at the 2018 Nobel Conference!

Fall Art Exhibits Set to Open at Gustavus Adolphus College

The start of the new school year means the opening of fall exhibits at the Hillstrom Museum of Art and the Schaefer Art Gallery at Gustavus Adolphus College. Both spaces have new galleries opening September 10.

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.