September 25 - December 12, 1999
Work by 22 contemporary artists whose art addresses various aspects
of the idea of "structure." Painting, sculpture, photography,
video and on-site installations.
John Copley The Honorable John Erving
American Spectrum: Paintings and
Sculpture from the Smith College Museum of Art
February 5 - April 23, 2000
Survey of American art, from colonial times to the present, from the
collection of the Smith College Museum of Art.
Edward S. Curtis Diomede Girl
Ghost Dance: Exhibiting Paradox
March 17, 2000
Photographs by Edward S. Curtis from the Grinnell College Art Collection,
Gift of John W. Rosenbloom ' 71. Organized by Jenny Anger, Assistant
Professor of Art, and students in the Exhibition Practices Seminar.
Professor of Art
Grinnell College Art Faculty Show May 5 - June 4, 2000
A major exhibition of work by the studio art faculty at Grinnell College.
Art Students Salon (GCAG)
May 5 - May 22, 2000
Annual juried exhibition of work by Grinnell College students. All
Grinnell College students are eligible to submit works. Prizes are
awarded in several categories.
Counterparts Mural May 1 - June, 2000
High School students in rural Missouri and NYC collaborated via the
internet to create this mural on a series of panels. The project was
directed by Sandra Stein '88 and David Loewenstein '88 with the assistance
of a Wall Award from the College.