The Miller Center Student Art Show makes its return on Nov. 18 after a two-year hiatus, showcasing St. Cloud State University student art on the first floor of the James W. Miller Learning Resources Center.
A new exhibit “Breaking Point” by Betsy Alwin is open through Dec. 8 in the Kiehle Gallery on the St. Cloud State University campus.
A new exhibit “Literature and Evil, New Work by Brian David Downs” shows from Oct. 3-27 in the Kiehle Gallery on the St. Cloud State University campus.
Left-Hand Paths” an exhibit by David Ruhlman and Andy Messerschmidt opens Aug. 24 in the Kiehle Gallery on the St. Cloud State University campus.
St. Cloud State faculty members shared what it means to them to be a faculty scholar at this winter’s Convocation. St. Cloud State offers a Teacher Scholar Event Series designed to support the development of our teacher-scholar framework by celebrating and showcasing research and scholarly and creative works of St. Cloud State University faculty, staff,
WJON — After a three-year hiatus, the 56th annual Juried Student Art Exhibition has returned to St. Cloud State University. Peter Happel Christian, art professor and director of the Kiehle Art Gallery, says more than 80 students submitted work for the show in hopes of winning scholarships, awards, and the possibility to have their work purchased
Professor Alexa Horochowski’s work “Vortex Drawing’ is on view as part of “The Contemporary Print: 20 Years at Highpoint Editions” exhibit at the Minneapolis Institute of Art (Mia) through Jan. 9. “Vortex Drawing” maps the interaction between polystyrene cups (non-compostable detritus) and a wind vortex. Horochowski’s art practice includes sculpture, photography and video. She has exhibited work
“Valise” is a new exhibit by Twin Cities artist Alec Soth in the Kiehle Gallery through March 25. The experimental exhibition, “Valise”, mixes found pictures collected by Soth with his own photographs as a means to meditate on time, chance and stories. Large scale pigment prints hang directly on the gallery walls, the largest being
A new exhibit by Brooks Turner is on display in the Kiehle Gallery. “Brooks Turner: Uncanny Similarities of Scenes and People” runs through Nov. 6 in the gallery. The exhibit is a culmination of two years of research by Turner into the history of fascism in Minnesota. The exhibition includes archive materials, which re-surfaces in
Brian Geihl is no stranger to working through changes. He has been passionate about creating art and drawing all his life, but when he started at St. Cloud State University, he wasn’t in the studio right away.