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August 17 through November 30, 2014
Entrance Atrium and Milly & Fritz Kaeser Mestrovic Studio Gallery
Experience the exuberance of the Roaring Twenties as well as Depression Era extravagance by viewing four classic automobiles on view throughout the 2014 Notre Dame football season. Manufactured within the American heartland — Detroit, South Bend, and Auburn, Indiana — these automobiles epitomize classic American car design as well as...
August 3 through November, 30, 2014
O'Shaughnessy Gallery West and Sculpture Courtyard
This exhibition of the recent work of twenty-one graduates of the University’s art studio program is so large that it will be installed at two venues. The works installed at the Snite Museum of Art will be on view through November 30, and those at the South Bend Museum of...
August 24 through November 23, 2014
Scholz Family Works on Paper Gallery
Featuring works from the Snite Museum’s growing collection of prints, this exhibition introduces visitors to lithography, a printmaking medium invented in 1799. Part I of this two-part exhibition highlights works from the 1800s and charts lithography’s technical development and popular applications in illustrated newspapers and promotional material for theatrical performances...
August 3 through September 21, 2014
An exhibition of six photographs selected from a collection of 95 nineteenth-century images of the American West, which was recently acquired for the Snite Museum Permanent Collection.
July 15 through August 17, 2014
Scholz Family Works on Paper Gallery
A small exhibition of both historic and contemporary images organized in celebration of the 150th anniversary of the first full-production of a Shakespearean play on campus, the 15th anniversary of the Notre Dame Shakespeare Festival, and the statewide Shakespeare Across Indiana program.
April 6–May 18, 2014
O’Shaughnessy & Mestrovic Galleries
This annual exhibition is comprised of the culminating projects of those students graduating with a BFA or MFA degree from the ND Department of Art, Art History & Design. The works in this exhibition usually demonstrate a broad awareness of contemporary art themes and techiques and are often provocative. The artworks range from industrial and graphic design projects...
January 12-March 16
O'Shaughnessy 2 & 3 Galleries
Spanning four centuries, this exhibition organized by the Crocker Art Museum in Sacramento celebrates the inspiration that nature has provided to European artists and the beauty of the drawings that resulted. Featuring sketches and finished compositions by artists as diverse as Herman van Swanevelt (Dutch, ca. 1600–1655) and Camille Corot...
January 12–March 16, 2014
O’Shaughnessy West Gallery
To celebrate the recent acquisition of the German renaissance artist Albrecht Dürer’s seminal woodcut series The Apocalypse (1511), the Museum presents an exhibition featuring these 16 sheets illustrating the book of Revelations. Additional prints by his contemporaries, including Lucas van Leyden, Urs Graf, and Michael Wolgemut, set the stage for Dürer’s remarkable...
January 12-March 16, 2014
O'Shaughnessy West Gallery
Provoked by the seventeenth-century French virtuoso portrait engraver Robert Nanteuil, German printmaker and book artist Anton Würth (b. 1957) challenges conventional concepts of ornamentation in an attempt to lead "the engraved line from being an exclusively subordinate part of representation to a self-referential independence." This exhibition brings together Würth's twenty-first-century...