saint and relics

Saints, Relics, and Images: The Art of Medieval Devotion

 

Art Exhibitions and Galleries

2018 Exhibition Dates Featuring Location
Sun. March 25 - Fri. March 30 Kari Everson and Vy Vu
MacKenzie Gallery
Sun. April 1 - Fri. April 6 Jessy Pojman MacKenzie Gallery
Sun. April 8 - Fri. April 13 Ashley Plassard MacKenzie Gallery
Sun. April 15 - Fri. April 20 Jacob Nowell MacKenzie Gallery
Tues. April 17 - Sun. May 13 Saint, Relics, and Images Burton D. Morgan Gallery
Sun. April 22 - Fri. April 27 Senior I.S. Group Exhibition Sussel Gallery
Sun. April 29 - Fri. May 11 Jr. I.S. Group Exhibition MacKenzie Gallery

All exhibitions are held in Ebert Art Center galleries, 1220 Beall Ave.

Ebert Art Center Galleries

The MacKenzie Gallery, at the heart of Ebert Art Center, is an integral part of the Art Department. On any given day a stroll through the gallery provides new insight into the imaginations of Wooster art students. Here students have a unique opportunity to work independently and in conjunction with art faculty and a studio technician to prepare their finished projects for presentation. Spacial relationships, lighting techniques, and the technical aspects of installation are all part of the hands-on-learning. MacKenzie Gallery is in constant rotation with student classroom projects, Studio Art Senior Independent Study individual exhibitions, and the Studio Art Junior Independent Study group exhibition.

The Burton D. Morgan Gallery and the Sussel Gallery are part of The College of Wooster Art Museum (CWAM) located on the north side of the Ebert Art Center. CWAM presents numerous types of exhibitions each year. These include nationally and internationally recognized artists exhibitions, as well as a variety of student projects. Each spring the museum features the annual Studio Art Senior Independent Study group exhibition where students have the opportunity to work with the museum curator and preparator to present work from their Senior I.S. individual exhibitions. CAWM also features course-embedded, student-curated projects offered through Art History courses that promote the study of visual culture, contextual research, and writing for the public.