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Kate Casanova's Floating World in Yellow, handcut paper collage (2011).

Exhibition Schedule Fall 2012

August 13, 2012 - September 14, 2012:

Kate Casanova--Sister Rosaire Gallery

Consejo Grafico group exhibition--Little Theatre Gallery

Aaron Ryan--Hammes Gallery

Reception: September 7, 2012

Still from Vagner Whitehead's Golden, single channel video (2009)

October 5, 2012 - November 9, 2012:

Joe Meiser and Michael Arrigo---Little Theatre/Sister Rosaire Galleries

Vagner Whitehead--Hammes Gallery

Reception: Friday, October 5 from 5-7pm.

November 11-18, 2012:

Department of Art Portfolio Reviews

Set up dates: Sunday, November 11th for foundations students, minors and art history students in studio art courses.
Tuesday, November 13th for upperlevel students.

Review dates: Tuesday, November 13th for foundations students, minors and art histroy students in studio art courses.
Wednesday, November 14th for upperlevel students.

November 30-December 6, 2012:

Senior Comprehensive Exhibitions

The Moreau Art Galleries

A series of up to nine exhibitions by professional, contemporary artists rotate in the three different exhibition spaces of the Moreau Art Galleries: The Sister Rosaire Extension Gallery, The Little Theatre Gallery, and Hammes Gallery. Department of Art student exhibitions, annual Porfolio Reviews, Senior Comprehensive Exhibitions, and the summer Juried Student Exhibition are also on display in the Moreau Art Galleries throughout the academic year.

Gallery hours are Monday-Friday from 10am-4pm. The gallery is closed on campus holidays and during the summer months.

Mission Statement

The mission of the Moreau Art Galleries is to present professional and educational exhibitions of contemporary art that are challenging and innovative in both content and media. In one exhibition season a range of media, content, and point of view are represented. Exhibitions firstly serve as a teaching tool for the department of art and reflect the needs, interests and concerns of students. Secondly, exhibitions support the educational objectives of other departments at Saint Mary's College. In addition, exhibitions serve as cultural and intellectual enrichment for the Saint Mary's community. Thirdly, the Moreau Galleries encourages the community-at-large to become more aware of the important role the arts play in education and the general enhancement of everyday life the visual arts provide.

For more information visit the Moreau Center for the Arts website.