Art From A Female Perspective Exhibits
Summer exhibits at the Northwest Arts Center showcase art with a female perspective, with photographs by Williston artist Jamie Azevedo plus a selection of 25 works by women represented in the Minot State University Permanent Art Collection. The exhibits will hang in the Walter Piehl Gallery in the lower level of the Gordon B. Olson Library.
“Women’s Point of View” ranges greatly in medium and style, but is unified by groupings of common themes: portraits, scenes from nature, pop art, and abstract works. "The MSU Art Department began a focused effort to develop a Permanent Art Collection in the early 1970’s,” said Northwest Arts Center Director Avis Veikley, and the center now manages a collection of over 1000 pieces. Works from the collection are used as a teaching resource, are displayed in offices around campus, and are occasionally toured to other galleries.
Location: The Northwest Art Center
Date: Monday, June 18th - Friday, August 3rd
Time: Gallery Hours: Monday - Friday 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
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