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    Academic Catalog: 2015-2016

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    Summer 2023

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    Celebration of Learning 2016: Full Program

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    Full program of the 2016 Celebration of Learning at Augustana College

    Fall 2014

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    2017 Senior Art Exhibition

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    This exhibition features the Senior Inquiry projects of the Augustana College studio art and graphic design majors of the Class of 2017: Jorge Ambriz, Paris Edwards, Chloe Gale, Giselle Gaztambide, Emily Kathleen Grooms, Ginger Hamilton, Olivia Havens, McKee Jackson, Emily Johnson, Jordan Peklo, Henry Roderick, Glen Williamsonhttps://digitalcommons.augustana.edu/artmuseumexhibitions2016-17/1005/thumbnail.jp

    Material Conversations

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    This exhibition focuses on recent work by the studio and graphic design faculty at Augustana College. Their practice is as varied as their media - from conceptual to process-based - and belies the breadth of teaching embodied by the art faculty. The varied approaches to art-making is a strength of the program, and provides for our students a multiplicity of perspectives from which to approach their own learning about theoria (thinking), poiesis (making), and praxis (doing). This exhibition includes works by: Kelvin Mason, Vickie R. Phipps. Megan Quinn, Trew Schriefer, Rowen Schussheim-Anderson, Corrine Smith, Ronda Wright-Phipps, Peter Tong Xiaohttps://digitalcommons.augustana.edu/artmuseumexhibitions2017-18/1004/thumbnail.jp

    Fall 2016

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    Fall 2021

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    Fall 2022

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    A Woman\u27s Place is in the Gallery : Guerrilla Girls, 1985-2015

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    This exhibition celebrates 30 years of Women & Gender Studies at Augustana College through a celebration of 30+ years of Guerrilla Girls\u27 actions, reminding us of the role that art can take in protest, activism and conversation around issues of gender, racial and economic justice. It featured works from Augustana Teaching Museum of Art\u27s recent purchase of the Guerrilla Girls\u27 Portfolio Compleat, as well as archival materials from Augustana\u27s Special Collections on the Women & Gender Studies program. This exhibition was curated with Sami Turner, a student at Western Illinois University\u27s Museum Studies Program. Ms. Turner and I worked to choose works from the Guerrilla Girls\u27 Portfolio Compleat, and write accompanying interpretive materials that encompassed their decades-long practice, situated the works within their historical moment, and connected these works to the contemporary moment and to our own community.https://digitalcommons.augustana.edu/artmuseumexhibitions2016-17/1000/thumbnail.jp
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