Post Tagged with: "Art Collections"

U.S Army veteran Heather Krause conveys emotion and beauty through color and movement in her fluid art. Photo by Patrick C. Miller/UND Today.

Arts for Vets exhibition on campus through Dec. 21

November 18, 2021 at

In partnership with UND Art Collections, show features mix of paintings, photography, fabric and other media

Construction update: New light columns at UND

Construction update: New light columns at UND

November 24, 2020 at

Here’s your guide to the design and purpose of the new light columns that now grace University Avenue


UND Art Collections presents first virtual exhibit of student artworks

April 30, 2020 at

The latest exhibit showcases students’ interpretations of the coronavirus

Put together by 19 students in Sarah Heitkamp's Intro to Fine Arts class, a new exhibit at the Empire Arts Center explores the nonrepresentational monoprints of George Starcher, UND's seventh president. Photo by Dima Williams/UND Today.

Starcher art: Exhibit celebrates former UND President George Starcher’s art

December 10, 2019 at

Guided by Sarah Heitkamp, the student-curated exhibit showcases nonrepresentational art through Starcher’s monoprints

Photo courtesy of Aspen Studio.

La Danse: ‘School of Paris’ exhibition opens SMHS Art Gallery

November 12, 2019 at

Gallery helps choreograph the dance between medicine and the arts at UND

UND Art Collections manager Sarah Heitkamp holds a collage by Madelyn Camrud as the two talk about the piece, which is part of the Her Votes Count exhibition opening today at the Empire Arts Center in downtown Grand Forks. Photo by Dima Williams/UND Today.

Votes for Women: Art exhibit celebrates 19th Amendment

October 3, 2019 at

UND Art Collections puts on an exhibit to mark 100-year anniversary of women’s suffrage

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Modern spin on treasured art

July 2, 2019 at

UND artistic works become educational tool through student exhibitions

Animal antics

Animal antics

January 24, 2019 at

The latest UND Art Collections exhibit at the Empire Arts Center spans 200 years of artists’ renditions of the tangled bond between animals and humans