Events Calendar 2013 – 2014

Ceramics³, Metal² – Five Artist
September 9 – October 23, 2013

Ceramics³, Metal² – Five Artists highlights the work of five sculptors, Lisa Havelin, Peter Lupori, Tamsie Ringler, Kimberlee Joy Roth and Monica Rudquist, who have worked or are currently working in the Art & Art History Department at St. Catherine University.

Within the Myth: Gendered Perceptions by Karen Wilcox
September 9 – October 23, 2013

Artist Karen Wilcox draws upon ancient writings, religious icons and sacred spaces to offer a dreamlike journey through feminine and masculine mythology. Within the Myth: Gendered Perceptions explores how masculine language, symbol, and myth affect our perceptions of gender.

In The Air Tonight by Beth and TJ Barnes
November 2 – December 20, 2013

In The Air Tonight, a collaborative exhibition of post–material, neo–geometric abstract work, features the artists Beth and TJ Barnes. The show is a culmination of various events, found objects and imagined experiences conjured and gathered on nightly walks along the banks of the Namekagon River in the North Woods where Beth and TJ share a home with their newborn daughter.

In the Light of Day
Curated by Kathy Daniels and Margit Ahmann
November 2 – December 20, 2013

In the Light of Day features works from the University’s Fine Art Collection (FAC); some are recent gifts while other works have not seen "the light of day" for a long time. The exhibition will also be a platform for encouraging visitors to visit the FAC website – and click on Fine Arts Collection.

How to Be a Feminist Artist: Investigations by Alumnae of the Women’s Art Institute
Featured Artists: Carolyn Halliday, Karen Wilcox, Laurie Phillips, Sarah Kass, Nicole Drilling, Paige Tighe, Hend al–Mansour, Rachel Breen, Camille Gage, Anna Garski, Kat Corrigan
Curated by Elizabeth Erickson and Patricia Olson
February 3 – March 23, 2014

For 14 years, the Women’s Art Institute has inspired over 200 women to raise questions about art and life, and then to investigate the answers through their art. Erickson and Olson’s current in–progress book, How to Be a Feminist Artist, is the source material for this exhibition where interviews and artwork by the featured artists address the big questions around How to Be a Feminist Artist?

St. Catherine University Senior Juried Exhibition
April 12 – May 25, 2014

Always a crowd pleaser, this show features the juried works of the graduating studio art and art education majors.