The exhibition of modern art from Dolly Fiterman's private collection will be on display January 17 - May 26, 2013. The collection has been donated to the University of St. Thomas and will be displayed and used as a teaching tool for graduate students in the MA Art History program. Art in the exhibit, accompanying didactic labels and catalog submissions have been chosen and created by Dr. Craig Eliason's students in his Craft of Researching Modern Art graduate course.
6:30 p.m., Saturday, April 27th
O'Shaughnessy Educational Center auditorium
Opposites Attract: The Reciprocity of Influence Between Mark Rothko and Milton Avery
Feminist Artistic Lineage: Frida Kahlo through Miriam Schapiro's Eyes
James Rosenquist: Print Symbols of His Disastrous Decade
Join us for a reception in the gallery following the panel discussion.
A reception will follow the Panel Discussion in the lobby gallery.
Ta-coumba Aiken, One Tear
1994, acrylic and oil on canvas
Gift of Dolly Fiterman
Geologic Map of the Sinus Iriduan Quadrangle