Art Department

Sixty-Two Chicago-Area Artists Define Abstraction in New Elder Gallery Exhibit

Sixty-two Chicago-area artists were asked to define abstraction, its limitations and how it is informed by our daily lives. Their answers will be found in one of Nebraska Wesleyan University’s largest Elder Gallery exhibits, “Rocket Run.”

 

David Gracie

Art Professor David Gracie Honored With University's Teaching Award

Students describe David Gracie as proactive, compassionate, dedicated.

 

Senior Exhibition Features Work of Graduating Artists

The artistic talents of Nebraska Wesleyan University’s senior art majors will be on display for the Senior Art Exhibition.

Elder Gallery Exhibit Features Artist's Take on Western Landscape

Lincoln artist Craig Roper brings his take on growing up in the contemporary west to the next Elder Gallery exhibit, “My Western Landscape.”

 

Elder Gallery Exhibit "Real Made Real" Will Feature Casual Objects

Nebraska Wesleyan University’s next Elder Gallery exhibit highlights the work of three multi-media artists whose work focuses on common objects.

 

Elder Gallery Exhibit Features Students' Artistic Talents

The artistic talents of Nebraska Wesleyan University students are now on display in Elder Gallery.

 

Art Student's Work Featured in National Exhibit

Senior art student Tim Brawner of Omaha was selected for the Nebraska National Collegiate Juried Art Exhibition, which featured the work of the best undergraduate student artists from across the country.

 

Elder Gallery Exhibit Features Artist Inspired by Her Firefighter Experiences

Nebraska Wesleyan’s Elder Gallery will showcase an exhibition of drawings by former firefighter Marlene Mueller.

 

Students Help Internationally-Acclaimed Artist Build Stick Sculpture

First-year student Leah Loostrom grew up on a farm near Gothenburg where she has fond childhood memories of playing with sticks.

NWU Junior Among 26 in the Country Selected for Yale Summer Art Program

Tim Brawner is spending his summer experiencing something that many up-and-coming artists dream of doing.

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