Keith Davis by far the best known historian of photography and writer living, and we are fortunate to have the amazing collection he’s built at the Nelson-Atkins as a near resource for our students. He’s authored the most important history
Art professor Jacek Fraczak’s family collection of Nikifor Krynicki watercolor paintings will be on display in the Duane G. Meyer Library from April 14-May 13. Paintings depict religious architecture, portraits, rural scenes The paintings come from the Alfons Karny Collection.
There are two art and design department exhibitions currently at the Meyer Library: the Study Away Art and Respecting and Preserving Art and Artifacts exhibitions. Study Away Art Exhibition This exhibit, on display until Nov. 6, features the art students
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Storyboards, Graphic Novels, Cartoons. The exhibition will be held in Room 210 of Meyer Library on the MSU campus (For directions and library hours, phone 417-569-4700). The exhibition is free and open to the public. At 3:00 p.m. on Friday,
If you’ve been to Meyer Library this week, you may have noticed something different about the front steps: per-course instructor Jacob Burmood’s sculpture “Depth of Form.” The installation comes as a result of the recent exhibition partnership between the library
The art and design department has added Duane G. Meyer Library to its growing list of exhibition spaces. The library will display student work throughout the year. Forest creatures come alive in library exhibit One current exhibition, “Chimera Forest Art,”