In Between (S)P(L)ACES
“In Between (S)P(L)ACES: Scenes from Norway and North Iceland” features artwork by Liv Valmestad. The exhibit is open December 20, 2019 – February 21, 2020 at the Architecture & Landscape Architecture Library, 210 Rapson Hall.
Seeing Child Labor
Child labor evokes images of exploitation. And yet, it’s complicated. Through one photographer’s lens, we view children across the globe as more than just “objects” who are manipulated by adults. Though relatively powerless, they are also active subjects who see the world through their own perspectives and act on it as agents.
Yoga ON Ice: Commemorating a Frozen Wonderland
The Bio-Medical library is hosting the “Yoga ON Ice” exhibit by artist Nancy Chakrin as part of its rotating Art@Bio-Med exhibit series. The exhibit features fine art metal photography prints of yoga practice at the Saint Paul Winter Carnival.
The exhibit "Bluff Towns: Looking Down the Mississippi River" features drone and panoramic photographs by David Husom. The exhibit is open October 17 through December 15, 2019 at the Architecture & Landscape Architecture Library, 210 Rapson Hall.
Unity Without Uniformity
Minnesota is sometimes referred to as the land of 10,000 lakes and 100 countries. This exhibit celebrates the communities of New Americans who have shaped Minnesota into a strong, multicultural state. It also celebrates the International Institute of Minnesota. October 14, 2019 through January 17, 2020 at Elmer L. Andersen Library, 2nd Floor Atrium Gallery.
“Alignments: Paula McCartney and Melanie Pankau” is a conversation between artists working separately in their respective mediums — McCartney in photography/ceramics and Pankau in drawing/painting. The exhibit is open July 29 through October 4, 2019 at the Architecture & Landscape Architecture Library, 210 Rapson Hall.
Dark Places, Wicked Companions, and Strange Experiences
In August 2019 the Sherlock Holmes Collections will co-host the latest in a long and distinguished line of triennial conferences devoted to the world’s most famous consulting detective. This exhibit echoes the conference theme and will explore those places, companions, and experiences that continue to draw readers and fans to the ever expanding universe of Mr. Holmes and Dr. Watson. July 8 through October 25, 2019 at Elmer L. Andersen Library.
FREE: Remembering the History of Early LGBTQ Organizing in Minnesota
Opening June 17, this exhibition marks the 50th anniversary of FREE. It features materials from the Tretter Collection. It considers the legacy of student organizing in historical context. Additionally, it invites visitors to wonder about the pasts, presents, and possible futures of LGBTQ and student activism. June 17 through September 27, 2019 at Elmer L. Andersen Library, 2nd and 3rd Floor Atrium Gallery.
The ABC of It
Immerse yourself in over 200 selected treasures including original art and manuscripts — from Millions of Cats to Poky Little Puppy to Beatrix Potter’s sketches for Peter Rabbit — a lush range of materials that explore the impact of children’s literature in society and culture over time.
Calling to Question
Calling to Question celebrates the people at the U of M College of Liberal Arts. The exhibit explores the challenges they have faced. Through their struggles we see how liberal education promotes questioning as a way to strive for the betterment of the human condition. March 4 through June 12, 2019 at Elmer L. Andersen Library.
Alternate Endings 2
A diverse group of artists have created sets of ceramic bookends. It is part of the Claytopia series of exhibits. March 25 through April 5, 2019 at Wilson Library, lobby and at the Architecture & Landscape Architecture Library, located in 210 Rapson Hall.
Two Sites with a Similar Problem
This exhibit in the Claytopia series features ceramic art. Artists Neil Forrest and John Roloff depict modernist architectural models embroiled in an archaeological/catastrophic narrative. March 26 through May 6, 2019 at the Architecture & Landscape Architecture Library, 210 Rapson Hall.
Wayne Potratz Archive
This exhibit recognizes the significant work and impact of Professor Emeritus Wayne Potratz. Potratz started the Iron Pour events at the University of Minnesota in 1969. April 22 through May 17, 2019 at Wilson Library, fourth floor.
Celebrating Arboretum Trees
The Flora & Fauna Illustrata collection of art on display includes fruit and nut trees, Big Woods species, invasives, and more. May 9 through October 27, 2019 at the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum, Skyway Gallery and Andersen Horticultural Library.
Out of the Woods
The American Society of Botanical Artists and The New York Botanical Garden present their third triennial exhibition of outstanding contemporary botanical art. The 43 artworks in Out of the Woods capture strikingly detailed images of trees, all of which are cultivated in public gardens and arboreta. May 9 through August 13, 2019 at the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum, Reedy Gallery.
Stamped and Posted
This exhibit celebrates mail art — a rare, fun, and enticing form of art and print culture. Mail art became a traceable genre in the early 1960s. Artist-selected networks formed “add and pass” exchanges that resulted in visually provocative correspondence that was stamped and delivered via the United States postal system, fax machines, or computers. July 22 through September 30, 2019 at Elmer L. Andersen Library, Wallin Center, Bell Gallery (ground floor).