Art Events

Art Events include Shows, Opening Receptions and Lectures given by faculty members and guests. Three on-campus galleries are used for ongoing art shows and student artwork: Peter A. and Mary Lou Vogt Galleries in the Bouwhuis Library and on the fourth fl oor of Lyons Hall, and Alumni Gallery between Old Main and Tim Horton’s Cafe.

History Lectures

Every semester, the art program brings in distinguished scholars to present his or her own work to our community. We are also fortunate to be able to draw upon the expertise of our own faculty members as part of the Fine Arts Meet-the-Faculty program.

Studio Art Exhibitions

Peter A and Mary Lou Vogt Gallery
Bouwhuis Library

On-going shows of student art work are on display throughout the academic year in the Peter A. and Mary Lou Vogt Gallery on Lyons Hall 4th floor and the Alumni Gallery between Old Main and Tim Hortons Café.

August 30 – October 4
Jessie Slattery
Opening Reception:
August 30, 5 - 7pm / Library

October 11 – November 8
Joel Brenden
Opening Reception:
October 18, 5 - 7pm / Library

Thursday, October 17
Studio Art Lecture - “Creating Two  and Three Dimensional Work
David E. Miller
2:30 PM / SC Regis

Thursday, November 14, 2013
Art History Lecture
Dr. Laura Watts Sommer, Associate Professor of Art History, Daemen College “The Pull between Nationalism and Regionalism in Nineteenth-Century Italian Painting”
2:30 PM / SC Grupp

November 15 – January 10
Esther Neisen
Opening Reception:
November 15, 5 - 7pm / Library

January 17 – February 14
Faculty Show XII
Opening Reception:
January 24, 5 - 7pm / Library

Monday, January 27
Meet-the-Faculty Lecture
Dr. Claire L. Kovacs,
Assistant Professor of Art History
“Telemaco Signorini, a Tuscan-Parisian Conduit”
12:00 PM / SC Regis

February 21 - April 4
Elizabeth Lambert Mararian
Opening Reception:
February 28, 5 - 7pm

April 11 - May 16
Gary Sczerbaniewicz
Opening Reception:
April 11 5 - 7pm / Library
Ignation Scholarship Day

Sunday, April 13
Off-Campus Art History Lecture
Dr. Joshua Fisher, Assistant Professor of Art,
Arkansas Tech University
“Thomas Cole and the Birth of an American Landscape Vision”
1:00 PM / Buffalo History Museum Auditorium
1 Museum Court (716) 873-9644