Join us Tuesday, November 10, 1:30 p.m. at Andersen Horticultural Library for a dessert reception for the exhibit “A Gathering of Flowers: Botanicals in the Age of Climate Change.” The artist, Ursula Hargens, will speak about her work and the process of creating this exhibition.
Inspired by the remarkably vibrant and richly detailed illustrations found in rare books in the Andersen Horticultural and Wangensteen Historical Libraries, Ursula Hargens’ ceramic tiles reflect an historic natural world through a contemporary filter. The exhibit is open through February 28, 2016 at the Andersen Horticultural Library, Minnesota Landscape Arboretum.
This exhibition showcases the work of Hartmut Austen, Assistant Professor in the Department of Art, and his colleague from Germany, Mary Kim. Their work is a refined investigation of design, space, and architecture.
"Something about Cuba" is an exhibit of books and other library material at the University of Minnesota Libraries, highlighting its collections on Cuban history, literature, art, and music.
The University of Minnesota Libraries will display "the best of the best" of Graywolf Press’ books, manuscripts, editorial work, correspondence, and ephemera dating back to 1974 at an exhibit that runs October 26 through December 31, 2015.
Founded in 1965, the Immigration History Research Center & Archives is the oldest and largest institution devoted to preserving and understanding immigration experiences. Visit our 50th anniversary exhibit to explore ideas of immigration and race and ethnicity.
This exhibition features the work of two local artists whose photographs and drawings are inspired by nature and science. It is a companion exhibit to Sustainable Acts: Mother Earth's Embrace, a joint exhibition of art devoted to the intersection of the arts and sciences.
Ana Mendieta: Documents of a Life in Art is a companion exhibition to the Nash Gallery exhibit covering the life and artistic career of Cuban native, Ana Mendieta, Covered in Time and History: The Films of Ana Mendieta. Ana Mendieta’s particular merging of sculpture, earth art and performance (Earth Body, as she termed it) stands as a unique and singular artistic expression. Her work crossed many borders including artistic and time-based disciplines; geographical and political boundaries; and the investigations of history, gender and culture.
From 16th-century recipes to Louis Pasteur’s groundbreaking microbial investigations of fermentation, this exhibit explores the historical health and medical relevance of beer, wine, spirits, and more.
Inspired by close friends undergoing chemotherapy and radiation treatments, Barbara Porwit saw women turning health challenges into personal power. The concept for her Breast Cancer Superhero Project emerged. For this series of portraits, Porwit engages individuals in experiencing the power of positive emotions to affect a positive outcome.
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