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Superimpositions and The Mysteries of Ordinary Places

art_exhibitsThis week Augsburg opens two new art exhibits: Superimpositions by Shannon Collis and Erik Waterkotte in the Christensen Center Gallery and The Mysteries of Ordinary Places by Nick Conbere in the Gage Family Art Gallery in the Lindell Library. All three will speak at a roundtable discussion moderated by studio manager Joanne Price on Nov. 21 at 5:30 p.m. in the Marshall Room, Christensen Center. A reception will follow the discussion. Continue reading “Superimpositions and The Mysteries of Ordinary Places”

New gallery exhibits feature landscapes, photography

Poetic Time Transfer: Canopy (det.), 2007, by Gregory Euclide

This past weekend, Augsburg College’s art galleries have been refreshed with new exhibitions that are open to the campus community and general public. In the Gage Family Art Gallery is Gregory Euclide’s “This is how I’ve been moving through it,” and the Christensen Center Art Gallery hosts Doug McGoldrick’s “Interior2.” Both exhibitions will run from May 16 – July 11. Continue reading “New gallery exhibits feature landscapes, photography”

Two new exhibits open in the Augsburg art galleries

art_galleriesAt the Gage Family Art Gallery, now until Feb.15, is a collection by local artists Carolyn Anderson, Frank Big Bear, Julie Buffalohead, Star Wallowing Bull, Andrea Carlson, Jim Denomie, and Carl Gawboy.

These seven Minnesota artists, though at different stages in their individual careers and representing a variety of artistic styles, all use the pen, pencil, or brush to delve into issues of cultural identity. Without a title to their show they refuse to be labeled; each asks to be considered on the merits of his or her talent, message, and medium.

Todd Bockley, owner of Bockley Gallery in Minneapolis, has graciously served as curator for this exhibition. Continue reading “Two new exhibits open in the Augsburg art galleries”