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[Years Prints] From the Masters to the Masses:
500 Years of Prints in the Wright Museum of Art
October 11, 2002 - March 30, 2003

The Wright Museum of Art has a fascinating collection of prints and drawings. Students in Professor Jo Ortel's seminar class, Multidisciplinary Themes in Art, will curate the exhibition.

[Native American Prints]
Contemporary Prints By Native American Artists
October 11 - December 15, 2002

This exhibition features ten stunning prints from the Wright Museum collection. Students in Professor Jo Ortel's seminar class, Contemporary Native American Art, will curate the exhibition.

[Color Love Color]
October 11, 2002 - January 26, 2003

Recently on the faculty of Lawrence Universtiy, Kasarian Dane is now an assistant professor at Calvin College in Grand Rapids, Michigan. His colored panel paintings on aluminum are minimal in format, but exuberant in saturated used of color and generous application of paint. Officially, this series is called Southport, which comes from the fact that the size of the painting is the size of the Southport elevated train stop in Chicago-the inspiration for the paintings. These paintings are sure to capture the attention of viewers.

[Faculty Show]
Faculty Exhibition
October 4, 2002- January 26, 2003

Beloit College studio art faculty present their recent work in the Main Gallery. Paintings, sculpture and photographs from Professors' George Williams, Mark Klassen and Glen Sawabata will be featured.

[Feelin Groovy]
Feelin' Groovy:Rock and Roll Graphics, 1966-1970
August 30 - October 5, 2002

This exhibition features 100 posters and handbills created between 1966-1970, the heyday of the Haight-Ashbury music scene. The 1960s was not only the golden age of the rock poster, it was one of the great periods in poster art and its impact on advertising and graphic design is still felt 30 years later. This exhibition will delight viewers of all ages!

This exhibit is a program of Exhibits USA

[Route 51]
Route 51
July 26 - September 20, 2002

Route 51 exhibition features works by Wisconsin artists. This juried show is organized and sponsored by the Wisconsin Painters and Sculptors; a nonprofit alliance of visual artists and friends who are dedicated to advancing opportunities for artists and the general public. For more information about the exhibit or the Wisconsin Painters and Sculptors organization, log on to their Web site at

[Farm Stories]
Farm Stories
May 23 - July 18, 2002

This exhibition features three Wisconsin plein air painters who have documented farm sites within their surrounding communities. They consider connections between the landscape, the historic structures and the human spirit associated with farming. The resulting work offers a romantic vision, but also a concern for a rapidly diminishing landscape. Artists are Bonnita Budysz, Craig Blietz and Steve Gerhartz.

[Recent Acquisitions]
Recent Acquisitions
January 25 - March 10, 2002

The objects on display will be part of a joint Wright Museum of Art and Logan Museum exhibition, which will highlight recent acquisitions at both Museums.

[La Marca]
CIRCLE-La Marca de Sacrificio
Jennie Frederick
January 18 - March 10, 2002

Jennie Frederick is a well known papermaker, who founded Kansas City Paperworks. Her recent research has taken her to Mexico to document the Otomi papermakers and the Lacandon in Chiapas. Techniques she has observed have greatly influenced her work. Using cooked and dyed kozo (mulberry), she draws with fiber to create a multi-layered work.