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Good Wood
Wood sculpture by Mark Klassen's students
October 27 - December 14
Neese Gallery

Good Wood is an exhibition of sculptures created for the ART 180 sculpture course. Taught by Mark Klassen, students explored individual concepts while learning the proper use of woodworking tools and joinery methods.

[good wood]


American Japonisme: A New Perspective
Curated by UW-M graduate student Angela Christine Lowther
October 27 - December 2
North Gallery

This exhibition critically examines the relationship between the Far East and West, revealing the implications this contact would have on the visual arts primarily during the years 1850-1930. Curated by graduate student Angela Lowther, the show offers a fresh look at the contributions of American artists, especially female printmakers Helen Hyde, Bertha Lum, and Bertha Jaques.




Annual Juried Student Art Exhibition

An annual exhibition of Beloit College student art work.
Juried by Lance Owens (Madison, WI)

November 17 - December 4
South Gallery


Utopias, Dystopia and Imagined Worlds
curated by Beloit College students
Opening reception: Friday, August 26 from 4:00 - 5:00 pm

August 26 - November 6
South Gallery




Imaging Others: Cultural Intersections in the Colonial Period
curated by Lenore Metrick-Chen, Drake University

September 9 - October 13
North Gallery

[imaging others]


Tiny: Art From Microscopes at UW-Madison
On loan from Tandem Press

August 12 - September 11
Neese Gallery



54th Annual Beloit & Vicinity Exhibition

June 11 – July 22

Opening: June 11, 4:30 – 6:30 pm.

[2011 B&V Catalog Cover] 

Spirit Fingers
by Matt Irie

June 11 – July 22

53rd Annual Beloit & Vicinity Exhibition Winner
South Gallery


[Matt Irie Summer Hot, Summernaut II.jpg] 


Channels:  Senior Art Exhibition

All galleries
April 15
May 14

[senior show 2011] 

History of Body Art, curated by Molly Steigerwald.
Presents key works in the history of performance art.

Wright Museum 2nd floor
Feb 21 – March 25

Mediating the Divine, curated by Karen Gonzalez Rice.
Explores the intersection of 20th-century Western art practice and
religious practice in works from the Wright Museum of Art collection.

Neese Gallery
March 1 – March 29
Student gallery talks, 5 p.m., March 3 and March 17

[mediating the divine] 

Artletics: Artwork from Student Athletes
South Gallery
March 16–March 30


Dual Lives: Chinese Opera in New York City, by Alan Govenar and Documentary Arts

North Gallery
March 2 – March 27
Reception: Mar. 18, 4:00–6:00 p.m., Gallery talk 5 p.m.



Beloit Tattoos & The Shape of Things, curated by Sarah Stonefoot.
South Gallery
February 22 – March 25


Art of the Ancient Mediterranean, curated by Kayla Kramer’11

Neese Gallery
Jan. 21–Feb. 25.   


Monumental Brasses: New Acquisitions from the Bausum Family Collection

North Gallery
Jan. 21–Feb. 18.
Gallery Talk by Ann Bausum: January 11, 4:00pm in the North Gallery