Bisignano Art Gallery
2014-15 Exhibit Schedule
Special ‘UD for Kids’ Exhibit
"A Horse of a Different Color: Invented Animals"
September 3-September 26
WORK: Curse or Calling
The subject of this show, WORK: CURSE or CALLING, certainly elicits a range of responses including pleasure or pressure, calling or dread. From a faith-based perspective, work may simply be a natural response to God’s presence and grace. To be sure, when we ask our students - work - or at least the anticipation of ‘well paying’ work is a great motivator to be at this University. What place is 'calling' in the idea of work?
In this show, we explore the notion of art as work (both as a calling and a curse) in the 32 works displayed. The artists are from across the United States. Catalog accompanies the show.
|Mother and Child
Lauren Tilden (NJ)
Oil on Panel, 2009
Edward Knippers (VA)
Oil on Panel, 2009
Sandra Bowden (MA)
Encaustic over Japanese rice paper with graphite drawing, 2010
September 29-October 31
Alumnus Gary Olsen, UD Homecoming Exhibit
Opening Reception: Friday, October 10, 6:00 p.m.
UD Student International Photography Contest
(in conjunction with International Education Week)
November 17-January 2
Jac Tilton: Recent Watercolors
2nd Annual Juried Dubuque High School Art Exhibit
J-Term at UD Student Photography Show
March 2-April 3
Dubuque Museum of Art: Permanent Collection
Beyond Teaching: UD Faculty/Staff Art Exhibit
April 20-May 1
The EDGE and Articulate Exhibition
Part of APEX: A Celebration of Student Scholarship & Creativity
CGIM Senior Thesis Exhibition
UD Computer Graphics & Interactive Media Student Showcase
Special ‘UD for Kids’ Exhibit: TBD
Bisignano Art Gallery hours are 12:00 to 5:30 p.m., Monday-Friday, during the normal academic year. Summer hours vary or by appointment only. The Gallery is also open in conjunction with all major events staged in John and Alice Butler Hall. The Gallery adjoins lobby space serving Babka Theatre and John and Alice Butler Hall.
For more information on the gallery or exhibit schedule, please contact Professor Alan Garfield, Gallery Director, at 563.589.3717 or Thomas Robbins, Heritage Center Executive Director, at 563.589.3325.