Art students have opportunities to attend workshops and lectures throughout the year. Led by visiting scholars and faculty, these workshops prepare our students for post-graduation success. Given our COVID reality, we have expanded our Colloquia offering to include asynchronous professional development opportunities and virtual artists talks. To receive credit, please email Dr. Kate a 100-200 word synopsis of the talk, video, or experience.
All art majors must attend 12 colloquia during their time at Luther to complete the requirements of the art major.
Scheduled Fall Events
Scheduled J-term Events
Scheduled Spring Semester Events
Senior Art Major Reception - Monday April 25th @ 6:00pm - Senior Art Majors Ani Sargsyan, Sophie Wilt, and Stephanie Viayra will have their senior project exhibition works on display from April 21 - May 2. Please join us for the Reception Monday night April 25th from 6-7:30pm in the CFA Wigley-Fleming Gallery.
Alumni Talk - Xi Nan April 28 - 6:00 to 7:00 (ZOOM) - Xi Nan was born and raised in Jilin, China. She was selected nationally from China Disabled Person Federation to study abroad at RCN United World College in Norway and earned her International Baccalaureate degree in 2007. Xi Nan won the United States national second award of juried exhibition of emerging artists with disabilities in 2011. She completed her MFA in ceramics at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth in 2015. Xi’s work has exhibited nationally (USA) including juried shows in Boston, Massachusetts; Chicago, Illinois; Cincinnati, Ohio, Washington, DC, Long Island City, NY and Berkeley & San Francisco CA as well as Milan, Italy. Xi Nan was invited for exhibiting at the National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts (NCECA) in Pittsburgh, PA 2018. Most recently, Xi has been invited to present her art in the Personal Structures exhibition of the Venice 2022 Art Biennial by the European Cultural Center - Italy. She is currently a full time artist based in New York in the United States. Email Dr. Kate for the Zoom link.
Explore the Role of AI in the Liberal Arts -April 29. Join professor Gereon Kopf and distinguished guests in three workshops and an evening plenary session on the role of Artificial Intelligence in the Liberal Arts. Full descriptions at luther.edu/events.
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