Transgender artist Zackary Drucker breaks down the way we think about gender, sexuality and seeing. Her photos and videos explore gender and sexual identity while complicating established binaries of viewer and subject, insider and outsider, and male and female.
Flaten Art Museum’s Collection Stories are like backstage passes to the collection. These thematic student-produced tours inspire fresh ways to approach art.
Art speaks. Art questions. Art inspires. Art works. Over the past three decades alumnus Dan Schneider ’69 and his wife Nancy have generously contributed roughly 250 artworks to St. Olaf College. This exhibition brings together a selection of their gifts, integrating reflections from the St. Olaf Community.
Drawings and paintings from Arneson’s 2013-14 sabbatical utilize a visual and conceptual tool of mapping to express ideas about memory, relationships, space, time and place.
The Selma to Montgomery marches of 1965 marked the political and emotional peak of the American civil rights movement. 50 years later, this exhibition documents the quest for equality and social justice through historic photographs.
Located in Dittmann Center at St. Olaf College, Flaten Art Museum exhibitions and events are free and open to the public.
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