Art Exhibit: UPRISING

Center for Art and Dance Flaten Museum

UPRISING: Narrating Black Presence and Expression on the Hill is an annual exhibition that narrates the experiences of Black people and celebrates Black history and culture through the visual and performing arts. The exhibition series was founded in 2017 by Shaquille Brown ‘19 in response to protests against racism on the St. Olaf College campus. […]

Art Exhibit: Senior Show

Center for Art and Dance Flaten Museum

St. Olaf College’s Flaten Art Museum hosts the 2021 Senior Show, an annual exhibition and culminating event in the curriculum of St. Olaf College studio art majors. In this exhibition, twenty-eight artists working across multiple media will showcase projects with a wide range of artistic inquiry.    Please note the updated Spring 2021 visiting hours: […]

Altered Skyline: Brenda Berkman’s Thirty-Six Views of One World Trade Center

Center for Art and Dance Flaten Museum

How do we process the individual and collective memories of national trauma? How can we frame these difficult histories while navigating a path towards healing and rebuilding? On the 20th anniversary of 9/11, this exhibition presents a series of lithographs by former FDNY fire officer and 9/11 first responder Brenda Berkman '73 documenting the construction […]

Community Time Artist’s Talk

Center for Art and Dance Flaten Museum

Join Brenda Berkman ‘73 in the north gallery for an artist’s talk about rebuilding and healing through the creative process. In-person event; masks required. 

Transfer of Memory Reception

Center for Art and Dance Flaten Museum

Join us for a special program featuring guests Steve Hunegs, JCRC Executive Director; Hannah Niederman ‘23, Co-President of the St. Olaf Jewish Student Organization; David Sherman, photographer; Deanna Thompson, Director of the Lutheran Center for Faith, Values, and Community. Remarks will be followed by informal exhibition tours.

Free

Liberatory Adornment (Video Premier and Roundtable)

Viking Theater

Following a screening of Kenya (Robinson)’s BLACK OF ENTITLEMENT (2021), the artist will be joined in a roundtable conversation with Rini Yun Keagy, moving image artist; Arneshia Williams, St. Olaf Visiting Assistant Professor of Dance; and Tesfa Wondemagegnehu, St. Olaf Assistant Professor of Music; moderated by curator Jillian Hernandez, Associate Professor of Gender, Sexualities, and […]

Liberatory Adornment (Reception)

Center for Art and Dance Flaten Museum

All are invited to a reception at the Flaten Art Museum immediately following the Screening and Roundtable.

The Making Known

Center for Art and Dance Flaten Museum

The Making Known is a solo exhibition of Benny Nemer's work responding to St. Olaf College's Tetlie Collection of WWII Propaganda Posters.

Free