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January 10 through March 13, 2016
This single-work exhibition is the second in our occasional series focusing in depth on a painting from the Museum’s permanent collection that is normally not on view. Designed to highlight the many interpretive possibilities an object offers, the installation brings together diverse voices from across campus to create an open...
January 17 through March 13, 2016
Curator of Photography David Acton will organize an exhibition selected from the many photographs acquired since he joined the Snite Museum of Art staff in May of 2013.
January 24 through March 13, 2016
This exhibition of works in a variety of media celebrates African-American art from the permanent collection.
January 24 through April 17, 2016
Celebrating the recent acquisition of 28 prints by the Irish Catholic artist James Barry (1741–1806) from the collection of William and Nancy Pressly, this exhibition examines the symbolism, technical invention, and the trans-Atlantic politics on display in these monumental and dramatic compositions. Barry used printmaking to work out iconographic and...
January 31 through April 3, 2016
Scholz Family Works on Paper Gallery
The Snite Museum of Art commissioned artist Kay Westhues to document some aspect of the local area as part of the City of South Bend’s 150th anniversary. She selected the St Joseph-Kankakee River portage. This walking trail between the St. Joseph River and the Kankakee River/Grand Kankakee Marsh, was the...
April 8 through May 15, 2016
This annual exhibition is comprised of the culminating thesis projects created by the students graduating with either a BFA or MFA degree form the UND Department of Art, Art History & Design.
Visit our website documenting the development of MFA candidate final projects.
May 1 through May 22, 2016
Milly and Fritz Kaeser Mestrovic Studio Gallery
Organized in conjunction with a conference of the same name, this exhibition will feature about 12 works from the Vatican Library’s holdings, including original Greek and Latin manuscripts, a fifteenth-century music sheet, numismatics, maps, and drawings.