College Galleries


Augsburg College Galleries

2211 Riverside Ave. S.

Minneapolis, MN 55454

http://www.augsburg.edu/galleries


Exhibition: "Just Passing Through"

Jerald Krepps

Gage Family Art Gallery

Printmaker Jerald Krepps' new series is a visual response to the experiential beauty of change and life’s temporal quality. Through the use of light, Krepps creates images that explore our sensory relationships with the passage of time.

Exhibition Dates: October 13 - December 18

Opening Reception:  Wednesday, October 13, 5 – 7:30pm

Artist Talk: Wednesday, October 13, 6pm

Gallery Hours: Monday – Friday, 8am – 8pm,

Saturday and Sunday, 9am – 5pm

Friday, October 15, 5 - 9pm (Fall Art Tour)

 

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Exhibition: "imPRINT"

Lynn Bollman

Christensen Center Art Gallery

Printmaker and Augsburg College professor

Lynn Bollman explores what is and isn’t a print. By experimenting with unconventional surfaces and the process of printing, he invites the viewer to reevaluate the fine line between standard classifications of what things are and what they could be.

Exhibition Dates: October 13 - December 18

Opening Reception: Wednesday, October 13, 5–7:30pm

Artist Talk: Wednesday, October 13, 7pm

Gallery Hours: Monday – Friday, 8am – 8pm, Saturday & Sunday, 9am – 5pm

Friday, October 15, 5 - 9pm (Fall Art Tour)

 

 

Bethel University

Olson Gallery Bethel University

CLC Building, 2nd Floor

3900 Bethel Drive

St. Paul, MN 55112

www.bethel.edu/galleries 


Exhibition: "Restrike"

This exhibition will explore printmaking as it has always been both an art form and a media of mass communication, or an art medium and a print media. This show proposes to look at printmaking artists that draw their imagery or ideas from other communication media. Some of these artists are making direct Bethelcommentary on the media and how our lives are influenced by it, while others are taking a less antagonistic approach, and are simply appropriating  and repurposing imagery from the mass media.

Curated by Jeff Wetzig, Associate Professor of Printmaking at Bethel University. 

Artists include: Karin Bos, Wanda Ewing, Jon Lee, Beauvais Lyons, Alysia Kaplan.

Exhibition Dates: September 16 – December 19

Gallery Hours: Monday-Friday 9am - 8pm, Saturday and Sunday 11am - 6pm

Artist Talk and Opening Reception:  September 16, 5 - 8pm 

Friday, October 15, 5 - 9pm (Fall Art Tour)

 

 

Concordia Gallery, Concordia University

Art Center

1301 Marshall Avenue

St. Paul, MN

www.csp.edu/art

 

Exhibition: "MFA’s in the 00’s"

Printmakers who received their MFA’s in the 2000’s.

Artists include:  Kjel Alkire, Tonia Bonnell  Nick Conbere, James Ehlers, Travis Janssen, Carrie Lingscheit,  Johanna Mueller, Heather O'Hara, Deb Oden, Joanne Price, Kathy Puzey, Jason Scuilla, Justin Strom, Melinda Yale, Joseph Velasquez

Exhibition Dates: October 11 – November 5

Gallery Hours:  9am - 5pm Monday – Friday

Opening Reception: Friday October 15, 5-9pm (Fall Art Tour)


Exhibition: “Semographics 2: Collaborative Silkscreen Prints”

Sandra Fernandez, Tim High, Stephanie Hunder, Brian D. Johnson, Catherine Kernan, Lynwood Kreneck, Kathryn Maxwell, Bradlee Shanks, Justin Strom, Hui-Chu Ying

October 13 - 16, Concordia Art Center, First Floor

 

Exhibition, “Concordia Faculty Printmakers”

Erin Maurelli, Stephanie Hunder

September 28 - October 18, Concordia Art Center Lower Level

 

Exhibition, “Prints from the Collection”

Baskin, Chagall, Kollwitz, and others 
October 13 – November 1, Buetow Music Center Gallery




CVA Gallery

173 Western Ave North (at Selby)

St. Paul, MN 55102

www.cva.edu/gallery

 

Exhibition: "Outstanding Printmaker: Lloyd Menard 1970 to Present"

Lloyd Menard 2010 is the winner of the prestigious Outstanding Printmaker award for his significant contribution to the field of printmaking.

Lloyd has served as a mentor for many printmakers throughout his career.  Five mentees are featured in the exhibition. Mentees: Brett Anderson, Nicole Hand, Laura Melancon, Larry Schuh, Brad Shanks

Exhibition Dates: October 15 - November 6

Gallery Hours: Wednesday & Friday 12 – 6pm, Thursday 12 – 8pm, Saturday 12 – 4pm

Opening Reception:  Friday, October 15, 5 - 9pm (Fall Art Tour)

 

 

Janet Wallace Fine Arts Center

Macalester College

1600 Grand Ave.

St. Paul, MN 55105

http://www.macalester.edu/gallery

Exhibition: "TRIUMPH a monumental woodcut & REVOLUTION linocuts of the mexican revolution"

Artemio Rodriguez

Artemio Rodríguez from Michoacán, Mexico is a printmaker who works primarily in black and white. Rodríguez’s work examines matters of life, death, justice, and conscience. The exhibition is in coordination with the 2010 celebration of the Mexican Revolution and Independence.

Exhibition:  "Lost and Found: Selections from Weyerhauser Library"

Both Exhibition Dates: October 16 – November 14

Gallery Hours:  Monday – Friday 10am - 4pm, Thursday 10am - 8pm, Saturday & Sunday 12 - 4 pm

Opening Reception:  Friday, October 15, 5 – 9pm (Fall Art Tour)

 

 

The Gordon Parks Gallery

Metropolitan State University

Third Floor Gallery                     

645 E. 7th St.

St. Paul, MN

www.metrostate.edu/cas/cwa/gallery

Exhibition:  "Ten Years of Hispanic Posters by Luis Fitch of UNO Branding"

Exhibition Dates: October 15 – November 5

Gallery Hours: Monday - Thursday 11am – 7pm, Friday - Saturday 11am – 4pm

Opening Reception: Thursday, October 14, 4 -7pm

 

Minneapolis College of Art and Design (MCAD)

2501 Stevens Ave. S.          

Minneapolis, MN  55404

www.mcad.edu/gallery

 

Exhibition:  "Shelf Life: MCAD Fine Arts Responds to the Minneapolis Central Library Collections"

Cargill Hall, Minneapolis Central Library,

300 Nicollet Mall, Minneapolis, MN

Works in this exhibition celebrate the emerging talent of MCAD students as they respond to the rich historical and cultural resources in the Minneapolis Central Library. All works are based on a semester-long class titled Working with the Collection, in which students researched maps, government documents, archive and display systems, illustrated children’s books, Minnesota history, and other printed matter for the purpose of developing their own studio investigations. Organized by Assistant Professor Natasha Pestich.

Exhibition:  "Shelf Life: MCAD Fine Arts Responds to the Minneapolis Central Library Collections"

Exhibition Dates: September 1 – December 1

Gallery Hours: Monday, Wednesday, Friday, & Saturday 10 am – 6pm; Tuesday & Thursday 10am – 8pm; Sunday 12 – 5pm

Opening Reception:  Thursday, October 14, 6 – 9pm

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Exhibition: "Ayomi Yoshida"

MCAD Concourse Gallery

A Japanese printmaker, installation artist, and designer, Ayomi Yoshida comes from a highly esteemed family of artists that has for more than a century wedded traditional and modern artistic practices, merging East and West in life and art. Her most recent installations combine inkjet and traditional woodblock printing to create total environments. Organized by Kerry Morgan, director of Gallery and Exhibition Programs.

Exhibition Dates: October 13 – November 7

Gallery Hours: Monday – Friday 9am–8pm, Saturday 9am – 5pm, Sunday 12 – 5 pm

Opening Reception:  Wednesday, October 13, 6 – 8pm

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Exhibition:  Raw Data: MCAD Students

MCAD Gallery 215

This exhibition imagines printmaking as a raw mass of unfiltered ideas and technical possibilities inviting the artists and audience to interpret the medium through the idea of process itself. Copy, transfer and reversal are some of the approaches to the materials and metaphors of printmaking, where every stage of development is a unique opportunity to discover the poetic. Organized by Assistant Professor Natasha Pestich and Printshop Coordinator Diana Eicher.

Exhibition Dates: October 13 – 31

Gallery Hours: Monday – Friday 9am – 8pm, Saturday 9am – 5pm, Sunday 12 – 5pm

Opening Reception:  Wednesday, October 13, 6 – 8pm

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Demonstration: MCAD CNC Router

Saturday, October 16, 12–4 pm

Marrying new technology with old, this demonstration will introduce the possibilities of the CNC router to translate Adobe Illustrator files into large-scale woodcut plates. From engraved lines to positive-negative patterns, we will walk through the process of preparing the image, programming the router, and cutting and printing the relief plate. Organized by Assistant Professor Natasha Pestich and Printshop Coordinator Diana Eicher.

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Denler Art Gallery, Northwestern College

3003 Snelling Avenue North

Saint Paul, Minnesota 55113-1598

http://art.nwc.edu/denler


Exhibition: "All or Nothing"

Denler Gallery will be hosting a group exhibition of printmedia based around the theme of horror vacui, or the fear of emptiness. Displayed will be work that attempts to deal with “nothingness” in a rich variety of ways. “All” and “nothing” are often paradoxically fused together: images attempting to encapsulate “everything” can paradoxically be void of meaning, while the smallest, most immaterial gestures can be loaded. The binary extremes implied in the phrase “all or nothing” may collapse in to each other, and in so doing produce a more complicated and challenging relationship between absence and presence, infinity and zero.

 Exhibition Dates:  October 15 - November 19

Gallery Hours: Monday - Friday, 9am - 4pm

Opening Reception:  Friday, October 15, 5 - 9pm (Fall Art Tour)

 

 

Catherine G. Murphy Gallery

St. Catherine University

Visual Arts Building

2004 Randolph Avenue, P.O. 4244

St. Paul, Minnesota 55105

http://www.stkate.edu/gallery/index.html 


Exhibition: "Old World/New World: 2010 Mid America Print Council Juried Members"

Thomas E. Rassieur, Curator of Prints and Drawings, Minneapolis Institute of Arts is the juror for the exhibition. Stephanie Hunder, Gallery Director, Concordia University is coordinator of the jury process.

Exhibition Dates:  September 13 - October 31

Gallery Hours: Monday-Friday 8am – 8pm, Saturday - Sunday 12–6pm

Opening Reception: Friday, October 15, 5 - 9pm (Fall Art Tour)


T.R. Anderson Gallery, Wilson Library

University of Minnesota

Entrance to the James Ford Bell Library

Suite 472, 4th floor of Wilson Library

309 19th Avenue S

Minneapolis, MN  55455

http://www.lib.umn.edu/bell

Exhibition: “The Impossible Black Tulip”

The rare 1602 world map created by Jesuit Matteo Ricci and Mandarin Zhang Wentao, the oldest surviving Chinese map to depict the Americas.

Exhibition Dates: September 15 - November 10

Gallery Hours: Monday - Friday 9am - 4:30pm

Reception: Wednesday, October 13, 5-9pm

Talk: Ann Waltner, U of M Professor of History and Director of the Institute of Advanced Study and Gaylord Schanilec, artist and engraver.

Wednesday, October 13, 7:30pm  (open to the public, limited space)

Also on view:  October 14 &15 only, 9-4:30 pm.

Special showing of rare books from the collections, including a 1400s Vesalius ‘de Corpori Humani,’ flora and fauna engravings by Maria Sibylla Merian and an Albrecht Dürer woodcut treatise on anatomy. 


 

Katherine E. Nash Gallery

University of Minnesota

University of MN

E112 Regis Center for Art

Minneapolis, MN  55455

http://nash.umn.edu/

 

Exhibition: "THENOW: Contemporary Prints, Historical Perspectives"

Curators: Jerald Krepps and Margaret Bussey

More than 30 contemporary North American artists are exhibited combined with works drawn from the Weisman Art Museum collection to demonstrate how past printmaking has influenced these contemporary artists. There will be 30 historical works by Hiroshige, Piranesi, Hogarth, Daumier, Goya, Picasso, Lasansky, Myers, Posada, Orozco, and others. These have been chosen with the particular contemporary works in mind and should yield interesting cross-comparisons.

Exhibition Dates: October 12 - November 11        

Gallery hours: Tuesday - Saturday 10am - 6pm

Opening Reception: Wednesday, October 13, 6 - 8:30pm

Friday, October 15, 5 - 9pm (Fall Art Tour)


O’Shaughnessy Educational Center Lobby Gallery

University of St. Thomas

Art History Mail Stop 57P           

2115 Summit Ave.                        

St. Paul, MN  55105

www.stthomas.edu/arthistory/exhibitions

 

Exhibition:

"Stop the Presses: Graphic Art in a New Light"

Minnesota artists use a variety of print making techniques to translate an idea, photographs of special places, nature, landscape and slices of everyday life into block prints.

An exhibition of prints by Minnesota Artists: Roberta Allen, Betsy Bowen, James Boyd Brent, Nan Kaufenberg, Christopher Nelson, Anna Marie Pavlik, Faye Passow, Ed Steinhauer

Exhibition Dates: October 1 - November 11

Gallery Hours: Monday - Saturday 9am - 10pm, Sunday 12 - 9pm

Opening Reception: Friday, October 15, 5 - 9pm

Friday, October 15, 5 - 9pm (Fall Art Tour)

 

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