Art Department

Elder Gallery exhibit: "Restraint and Limitation"

NWU Art Exhibit Features Contemporary Abstraction

Nebraska Wesleyan University’s Elder Gallery will feature the exhibit, “Restraint and Limitation,” October 23 through December 9.

Elder Gallery Exhibit: Reinvented

New Elder Gallery Exhibit Mixes Digital With Traditional

Nebraska Wesleyan University’s Elder Gallery opens with ”Reinvented.”

Curated by Adam Chau, a ceramic designer and program manager at Clay Art Center in Port Chester, N.Y., “Reinvented” is an international invitational of artists who combine digital technology with traditional studio techniques. 

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.

Elder Gallery Exhibit Features Senior Art Students

Nebraska Wesleyan University’s final art exhibition of the year will feature the work of its graduating art students.

The exhibit, titled “Loading,” will run from Tuesday, April 24ththrough Saturday, May 5th. An opening reception will be held on Friday, April 27thfrom 5 to 7 p.m. in Elder Gallery, located inside the Rogers Center for Fine Arts at 50thStreet and Huntington Ave. 

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.

Elder Gallery Exhibit Features Work of Nebraska Wesleyan Faculty

The talents of Nebraska Wesleyan University’s art faculty will be on display in Elder Gallery’s newest exhibit.

The Nebraska Wesleyan Art Department Faculty Exhibition runs from March 16 through April 15. A closing reception will be held Friday, April 13 from 5 to 7 p.m. in Elder Gallery.

The exhibit will include work by:

Nebraska Wesleyan junior Angel Geller will spend the spring semester in New Zealand where she will study art as well as create a self-published magazine that will reflect her experience as an UmonHon woman immersed in a different indigenous culture.

Gilman Scholarship Winner to Study Art, Indigenous Culture in New Zealand

The United States has 566 federally recognized Indian tribes that have a common history, common government relations and a common bond.

“I’m intrigued by the idea of going to a different country on the other side of the world that has an indigenous community I have no ties to,” said Nebraska Wesleyan University junior Angel Geller, a member of the Omaha tribe.

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.

Elder Gallery Exhibit "Dependency Graph" Features Video Artist

Painter turned video artist and animator Philip Vanderhyden will display his work in the latest Elder Gallery exhibit, “Dependency Graph.”

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

Elder Gallery Exhibit Features Seven Senior Artists

Nebraska Wesleyan University’s Elder Gallery will showcase the work of seven senior art majors during the gallery’s final show, “Ladies Night.”

The exhibit runs April 25 through May 6. The thesis exhibition features sculpture, painting, drawing and animation. A reception will be held Friday, April 28 from 5 to 7 p.m.

Featured artists are:

Elder Gallery to Feature "Sideways Glance"

Elder Gallery’s new exhibit, “Sideways Glance,” will jostle with the familiar.

Curated by Josh Johnson of Omaha, “Sideways Glance” gathers artwork that requires a slower read. Through installation, paintings, and sculptures, the work included by six artists challenges initial perceptions, as the familiar is jostled out of place by a shift in perspective.

"Untitled" by artist Colin Keefe

Elder Gallery Features "Schema: Works On Paper"

Nebraska Wesleyan University’s next Elder Gallery exhibit features “Schema: Works on Paper.”

The exhibit runs October 18 through December 11 with a reception on Friday, November 4 from 5 to 7 p.m. in Elder Gallery. An artist talk begins at 6 p.m.

Elder Gallery Exhibit Features Self Perception Drawing Project

Nebraska Wesleyan University’s Elder Gallery will open with “In Progess: Illusions and Delusions” by artist Anne Harris.

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