A COLLABORATION BETWEEN SCP ARTS AND THE UNIVERSITY OF ST. THOMAS DEPARTMENT OF ART HISTORY
September 4 - December 20, 2019 at the Department of Art History's O'Shaughnessy Educational Center Gallery
Symbiosis invites you to explore the interactions of species, environments, community, research, and art.
This exhibition features two Sustainable Communities Partnership (SCP) Arts project collaborations, Pollinator Pathways and Mississippi River Experiences, with original artwork by SCP Artists-in-Residence Sarah Nelson and Jessica Turtle and photography by Doreen Schroeder.
SCP Arts at St. Thomas develops arts-based collaborations with SCP partner organizations, students, and local artists. Through the translation of research into art, SCP Arts collaborations bring to life partner-identified goals that foster interconnected human and ecological well-being in the Twin Cities for all ages.
Located in the O’Shaughnessy Educational Center at the University of St. Thomas, the Department of Art History Gallery is committed to providing an exhibition program that fosters dialogue centered around the issues of contemporary and historical art and architectural topics to encourage paths of inquiry and intercultural understanding to advance the common good.
Sept. 13, 6:30 PM: Artist Talk with Sarah Nelson and Doreen Schroeder
Nov. 8, 7 PM: Artist Talk with Jessica Turtle