This week’s notes feature faculty and staff Lisa Montpetit Brabbit, Bernard Brady, Massimo Faggioli, Tanya Gladney, Marites Guino-o, J. Thomas Ippoliti, William Kinney, Mike Klein, Anne Klejment, John Martens, Terence Nichols, William Ojala, Lisa Prevette, James Rogers, Gerald Schlabach, Mark Stansbury-O’Donnell, Lisa Waldner and Robert Werner; alumna Jynette Larshus; and students from the Chemistry Department.
The monthly open houses offer an opportunity to visit this acclaimed home now located on the grounds of the university’s Gainey Conference Center in Owatonna.
Dr. Kimberly Cleveland’s lecture is the fourth in a series on “Protecting the Past: Looting, Identity and the Preservation Crisis.”
The exhibition reception will be held at 5 p.m. Monday April 7
This year’s festival opens with reading by internationally acclaimed author Anthony Doerr on Wednesday evening.
This is the 12th year for the popular noon programs in the “leather room.” Bring your lunch; some refreshments are provided.
When Cori Wegener worked at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts, she was called “the Clark Kent of museum work.” Her talk follows the Feb. 7 release of “The Monuments Men.”
The 15th anniversary free concert in St. Mary’s Chapel is presented by the Society for the Doctrinal Affectation of Baroque Music.
Spring is coming early to the university’s gallery; the exhibition features a range of styles and media used to portray plants and flowers.
The exhibition, free and open to the public, can be seen in the Anderson Student Center through March 7, with a reception Saturday, Nov. 9.
The name sums it up: it’s at noon, it’s about art and it’s about music. It’s always fun and all are welcome.
Los Angeles Times investigative reporter Jason Felch will discuss the use of crowdsourcing and social media to find and track looted art.
Many of the 58 works on display through Jan. 4 are from a private collection donated to the university by its former president, Father Dennis Dease.
The renowned architect honed his design technique on campus before going on to design the Minnesota State Capitol and the U.S. Supreme Court building.
The students selected 26 modern-art pieces from a “teaching collection” of 249 works Dolly Fiterman donated last year to the university.
The new pieces will fill a niche near the ceiling on the eastern wall of The Gallery on the second floor of the Anderson Student Center, which is home to the AMAA@UST. They are expected to be installed by the end of spring semester.
This year’s festival features five events that will be held in April.
Preparing for my first semester of college at the University of Iowa, I made some decisions about my course schedule that ended up being rather fortuitous for my later scholarship. First, to fulfill my language requirement, I chose to study Brazilian Portuguese.
Dr. Peter Schultz of Concordia College in Moorhead, Minn., will give the next lecture in the “Generations and the Tradition of Art” series. All are welcome.
The exhibition, free and open to the public, runs from Feb. 4 to Aug. 4 with a reception March 14.
We all know about the competitiveness we have with Saint John’s in sports. What you might not think about when you hear UST and SJU in the same sentence however, are the ties that bind us together. Both schools are anchored in the Catholic intellectual tradition and have a shared belief in the importance of the arts in a humanities-based education.