Elder Gallery

Elder Gallery, located in the Rogers Center for Fine Art, is Nebraska Wesleyan University’s premiere exhibition space for visual art. Hosting several exhibits each year, the Elder Gallery showcases the work of students and faculty. This unique gallery also exhibits invitational and juried selections from international artists.

From large-scale installations to multiple media exhibits, the Elder Gallery provides contemporary artists an atmosphere of free expression and educational exploration.

Gallery hours are Tuesday-Friday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Saturday-Sunday, 1-4 p.m. Elder Gallery is located inside Rogers Center for Fine Arts, 50th Street and Huntington Ave.

 

Night Watch by Lilli Carre

Exhibit Features Animated, Sculptural Works

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This lithograph by Henri Matisse will be on display in the Elder Gallery exhibit, Nebraska Wesleyan University Collection Exhibition.

Exhibit features permanent collection

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Elder Gallery exhibit: "Restraint and Limitation"

"Restraint and Limitation"

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Elder Gallery Exhibit: Reinvented

"Reinvented" curated by Adam Chau

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Elder Gallery's final art exhibit of the year will feature the work of seniors Casey Callahan, Emma Carlson, Kurstin Dean, and Joelle Sandfort. The exhibit runs April 24th through May 5th.

"Loading" features 2018 seniors

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This ceramics exhibit, "Detail of Agatha," by NWU art professor Lisa Lockman was inspired by her research into the genealogy of women in Lockman's family. She is among seven NWU faculty whose work is being featured in the newest Elder Gallery exhibit.

Faculty Exhibit

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Artist Philip Vanderhyden's exhibit, "Dependency Graph," will be in Elder Gallery October 18-December 10. The show is a look at high-tech approaches to image making.

"Dependency Graph" by Philip Vanderhyden

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The Senior Exhibition will feature NWU's seven senior art majors who will showcase their work in sculpture, painting, drawing and animation.

“Ladies Night” features seven senior artists

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Emily Newman's "The Misrepresentation of Objects on Carpet" is one of many pieces featured in the Elder Gallery exhibit, "Sideways Glance." The exhibit is March 14-April 13.

"Sideways Glance"

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"Untitled" by artist Colin Keefe

"Schema: Works On Paper"

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