January 4 – March 12
The Winter 2021 exhibitions will be open to the LU campus community by appointment only. Click here to request a day and time to view the exhibitions.
Art of the Avant-Garde
This exhibition will feature artworks from Europe and the United States that trace the emergence of movements such as Cubism, Surrealism, and Expressionism. This exhibition will help students enrolled in ARHI 242, taught by Professor Elizabeth Carlson, examine the shifting meanings of art, artistic production, and the definition of the term “artist” as considered against the massive political and social changes of the first half of the 20th century.
Five mini-exhibitions featuring student research on Lawrence University collections
This set of exhibitions feature student research and curation on collections donated to Lawrence University by generous alumni and foundations. Follow the links below to view online versions of these exhibitions.
Rule of Four: Ten Coins from the Roman Tetrarchy, curated by McKinley Breen '21
Denaturing Vision: Four Prints from the Dickens Collection, curated by Matthew Brown ’21
Hiroshige’s 53 Stations on the Tokaido series, curated by May Li ’21
Seeing Art Now: Critical Issues in Contemporary Prints, curated by Professor Elizabeth Carlson’s winter 2020 ARHI 320 students
Featuring the Marshfield Clinic Collection and Kohler Foundation, Inc.
Drawing from the Collection, with artwork by studio art students Viviana Magaña ’21, Irma Vazquez Lara ’21, and Eliana Whitehouse ’21