Concordia Experience

2008-2009 Ferguson Art Gallery Exhibition Season

AVID: Abstract Oil Paintings on Wood by Mia Garcia-Hills - Celebrating Latino History Month

Avere (to desire) is the etymological root of the word Avid. Desire is the discursive space found between passion and reason.

 

Johnson 3: Chicago in Three Generations - Celebrating Chicago Artists Month

Photographs by fine art photographer Jeffrey C. Johnson featured alongside the Chicago news photography taken by his late grandfather and father.

 

The Poetics of Light, Form and Space: Confluent Visions, Divergent Voices

Recent paintings by Stella Zee and Sam WhitakerNew works reassert the primacy of pictorial form, light and space in painting.

 

Celebrating Martin Luther King Jr. Day and Black History Month

The Abstract: Truth New oil paintings by Floyd Atkins

 

Celebrating Women’s History Month Beyond Boundaries: Women of Courage

Oil and Cold Wax Portrait Paintings by Andrea Harris Portraits of Women Who Inspire Others

 

Concordia University’s Invitational Student Art Show

An eclectic array of 2-D & 3-D artworks produced by Concordia students attending studio art classes during the 2008 – 2009 academic year.

 

Concordia University’s Senior Art Show

Students graduating with a major or minor in art, graphic design, and select art education concentration programs exhibit their two- and three- dimensional work.

 

Concordia University Chicago Summer Art Show

The works of Concordia University Chicago students and faculty artists