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[Expressionism Germany] The Will To Create: Expressionism in Germany
September 21 - December 16

German Expressionist work from the permanent collection of the Wright Museum of Art. Curated by Beloit College Student, Steve Lewis'02, this exhibition includes prints, drawings and sculpture. Represented in the exhibition are works by Wassily Kandinsky, Erich Heckl, Kathe Kollwitz, Lyonel Feininger, Otto Mueller, Ernst Ludwig Kirchner and other German and Austrian artists.

[Migrant] Migrant
September 28 - December 16

Lane Hall and Lisa Moline, associate professors in the department of visual art at the University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee, create a site-specific installation for the Wright Museum spaces. This exhibition attempts to explore our increasingly global culture as different forms of border-crossings occur more and more frequently. Birds, fish, seed pods - everything in this world is searching for a place to settle down and these images depicting the plight of the migrant will be showcased in this special installation.

[Enduring Spirit] The Enduring Spirit
September 28 - December 16

This photography exhibition features endangered cultures and tribal people from around the world. Renowned photographer Phil Borges in cooperation with Amnesty International created this exhibit in celebration of the 50th anniversary of the signing of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. The exhibition provides a testament to the fight to help individuals around the world who are struggling to survivie in countries where basic human rights are not neccesarily guaranteed.

[Thomas Jackson] Thomas Jackson
June 15 - August 15, 2001

Jackson has recently retired to paint full time. He creates large abstract watercolors, collage and oil painting in bright colors. Subject matter is often whimsical or inspired by the many found objects he collects. He is represented by Gruen Galleries in Chicago and CornerHouse Gallery in Cedar Rapids and has particpated in many one-person and juried exhibitions.