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Pan Install 



  • Archive

  • PAN

    An exhibition of the images used in the world's first Arts Magazine. On exhibit are 70 framed works taken directly from this century old publication. Artists include Rodin, Paul Signac, and Kathe Kollwitz.
  • After/Words

    George S. Parker Faculty Curator Fran Abbatte
  • Andrew Sendor: Painting Dialects

    The exhibition, Painting Dialects, consists of paintings and prints from the last decade.
  • Master Zhang's Impression of TaiHang Mountain

    An exhibition curated by Yikong Luo '14, bringing Master Zhang Jin a contemporary Chinese landscape painter to the Wright Museum.
  • Yuyanapaq: Para Recordar

    The Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Peru put together a photography exhibit concerning the Shining Path rebellion during the 1980's and 90's.
  • 57th Beloit and Vicinity Exhibition

    The exhibition page for the 57th annual Beloit and Vicinity show.
  • Jay Paul Bell: Wisconsin Landscapes

    Winner of the 56th Beloit and Vicinity Show, Jay Paul Bell's solo exhibition coincides with this year's exhibition.
  • Beloit's Untold Stories & Faded Footsteps

    In early February, Antonio Jones '16, Nora Conway Kane '16, and Reine Lucus '15 helped to facilitate collaborative collages by high school participants in Community Action’s Mentoring Program and Beloit College students in Carol Wickersham's Advanced Community-Based Learning Class. The collages were exhibited in the Wright Museum's Courtyard for a community gathering and celebration.  Supported through generous gifts from the Sustainability Program; the Keefer Fund for the Public Humanities, the Kohler Fund for Community Engagement for the Arts.
  • Africa Today

    Political Science Professor Rachel Ellett and her class have selected images from underrepresented groups from South Africa. The Exhibit will include work from Goodman Gallery in Johannesburg, South Africa, from Grinnell College, the Chazen Museum, a number of the works belonged to a portfolio titled Cross Cultural Identities, assembled by University of Wisconsin-Madison professor John Hitchcock, and much more. Graciously supported by the George S. Parker II endowed fund.
  • The Manufacture of Porcelain

    Curated by Gaizi Jie'15, these eight paintings portray the stages of producing porcelain, from digging the clay to painting the finished ceramics.