Great Falls, Montana
Adjacent to the University chapel the Galerie Trinitas encompasses the multi-talented works from Sister M. Trinitas Morin. She was a talented master artist who taught in numerous locations but made her home here. She utilized wood, metal, canvas, glass, fabric, and words to paint, sculpt, mold and weave pieces that represent her devotion to her spirituality. All across campus you can find examples of her work. The chapel holds life size stained glass windows representing each apostle.
Art, Culture, Library, University
The Galleries located on the campus of Ringling College of Art and Design—which include the William G. & Marie Selby Gallery, Richard & Barbara Basch Gallery, Willis A. Smith Construction, Inc. Galleries, Patricia Thompson Gallery, Arland & Sally Christ-Janer Gallery and Crossley Gallery—provide community programming in the form of lectures, forums, panel discussions, and performing arts events.
Washington, District of Columbia
Georgia Southern Museum interprets the natural and cultural history of the coastal plains. Permanent exhibits include a 26 foot Mosasaur fossil and temporary exhibit change every 2 or 3 months. Family programs and educational outreach to southeast GA.
The primary area consists of seven acres. Trees and Shrubs that are indigenous to West Michigan are featured, although other specimens have been included because of their special characteristics, color, and texture. The specimens number over 700, with 195 varieties represented. The pond area also includes a number of aquatic plants.
Art, Culture, General, History, Library, University
The Stuart B. and Barbara H. Padnos Student Art and Design Gallery: This gallery is a unique venue on the GVSU campus. Its primary function is to offer students the opportunity to organize and execute exhibitions of their work. In the recent past, students have sponsored juried themed exhibitions of work, used the space for BFA thesis shows and showcased projects from individual classes.
Culture, General, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Library, University
The William Henry Harrison Mansion was built when he served as the first governor of the Indiana Territory (1800-1812). Called the “White House of the West,” Grouseland was the first brick home in the Indiana Territory. In the frontier village of Vincennes it seemed a palatial mansion. It was built on a knoll overlooking the Wabash River near a walnut grove.
Fort Collins, Colorado
Archaeology, Art, Culture, History, Science, Specialized, University
The Gustafson Gallery features regular exhibitions of creative student and faculty apparel design and merchandising scholarship.