FINE ARTS GALLERY
The Fine Arts Gallery at Southwestern University is located in the Alma Thomas Fine Arts Center. The Gallery is open daily from 1-5pm, when exhibits are up during the academic year.
Works by Brian Moanphy
September 24 - November 19, 2015
Opening Reception Thursday, September 24, 2015 from 4:00 - 6:00 pm
Annual Student Art Exhibition
Senior Art Exhibitions by Megan Adams, Alex Bonnet, Victoria Gadson, and Kelsi Walters
APRIL 6 - 14, OPENING RECEPTION APRIL 9, 4:00 - 6:00PM.
Senior Art Exhibitions by Carly Dennis, Charles Morris, and Amber Wallour
March 23 - 29 - OPENING RECEPTION March 26, 4:00 - 6:00PM.
What Things May Come
FEBRUARY 4 - MARCH 4. OPENING RECEPTION FEBRUARY 26, 4:30 - 6:30
Senior Art Exhibitions by Natalie Aleman and Paige Guerra
DECEMBER 1 - 7, 2014 - OPENING RECEPTION DECEMBER 4, 4:00 - 6:00PM.
Nina Katchadourian and Annette Lawrence
OCTOBER 8 - NOVEMBER 16
RECEPTION OCTOBER 8, 4-6PM
Dont Forget - from the Family Gathering series
12 x 19 in
Free Paper 1/06 - from the 13 piece series
paper and glue
1 29.75 x 25.75 x 2 in
The exhibition opens October 8 with a gallery talk by Ms. Lawrence at 4:30 p.m. and continues through November 16. All events in the Fine Arts Gallery are free and open to the public.
Prints by Tom Druecker
This exhibition was in connection with Brown Symposium XXXVI, HEALING, The Art and Science of Medicine, and will be on display in the AlmaThomas Courtyard Gallery March 6.
Tom Druecker is the co-director of Slugfest Printmaking Workshop, an independent printmaking studio that offers printmaking classes and space for cooperative and contract printing located in Austin,TX. He has recently retired from the University of Texas where he was a lecturer in Lithography at for 16 years.
Patricia Olynyk: Reconceived Bodies (In Three Parts) Spring 2014
February 6 - March 6 2014
Opening Reception February 6 from 5:00-6:30 pm
The art exhibition Reconceived Bodies (In Three Parts) by Patricia Olynyk presents selections from three distinct groupings of work, which explore medical, scientific, technological, and symbolic representations of both human and non-human life. These photographs, prints, and lightboxes investigate an array of themes that include: The Posthuman; Elective Biohancement and Cyborg Identity; The Gendering of Medical Knowledge; and The Body as Code. The exhibition is curated by Victoria Star Varner, Professor of Art and will be presented in the Fine Arts Gallery at Southwestern University. The opening reception is February 6 from 5:00 - 6:30 p.m. and the exhibition continues through March 6, 2014.