September in the Bush Art Center

An image of the a gallery wall hung salon style with works of art
Baer Gallery, Why We Collect Exhibition

Welcome to the start of a new academic year!

In the Bush Art Center, we’ve opened the year with two exciting exhibitions.  Why We Collect, in the Baer and Permanent Collection Galleries, features work from the St. Norbert College Art Collection as well as the chance for visitors to purchase art out of the Art for All vending machine. April Beiswenger: “In collateral light must I be comforted”, in the Godschalx Gallery, navigates the intersection between clothing, technology, and the art of perception. Both exhibitions run through September 21, 2019.

Gallery image featuring mannequins with clothing designs on them, including hand-sewn dress jackets and tutus
Godschalx Gallery, April Beiswenger Exhibition,

 

Tubular knitted sculptural rope-like forms, in red and orange, hanging in a gallery.
Work by artist Jean Stamsta that was gifted to the art collection at St. Norbert College by Jean and Duane Stamsta and Kohler Foundation, Inc., in the Why We Collect exhibition.

 

A snack vending machine full of works of art.
A vending machine full of art curated by Katie Ries. Everything is for sale for $5 or less.

 

A bubble vending machine full of stickers.
A vending machine full of stickers featuring awesome women. Curated by April Beiswenger and located in the Bush Art Center lobby.

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