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Valparaiso University Brauer Museum of Art

Address

1709 Chapel Dr., Valparaiso, IN 46383

Contact

Phone: (219) 464-5365

Alt Phone: (219) 464-5761

Fax: (219) 464-5244

About

Located in the state-of-art Center for the Arts on the Valparaiso University campus, the Brauer Museum of Art is home to a nationally recognized collection of 19th, 20th, and 21st century American art and international religious art. The museum's permanent collection, numbering more than 4,000 pieces, includes works by such internationally recognized artists as Frederic Edwin Church, Asher B. Durand, Childe Hassam, Georgia O'Keeffe, and Ed Paschke. The museum as well features works and exhibitions by artists of national, regional, and even local importance. The Brauer's landmark 2006 exhibition of the art of Indiana Dunes painter Frank V. Dudley, for example, endures as a definitive treatment of this legendary figure. The Brauer Museum of Art also houses the largest known collection of works by Junius R. Sloan (1827-1900), a Hudson River School painter who lived and worked in the Midwest. As well as displaying selections from its permanent collection, the Brauer Museum hosts a full schedule of special exhibitions and events for display in its seven galleries.

Amenities:

  • Non-Smoking
  • Group Friendly
  • Public Restrooms
  • Free

Events:

Betty LaDuke: Social Justice Revisited: Remembering * Reliving * Resisting,Curated by Gloria Ruff has been added to your travel planner!
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Betty LaDuke: Social Justice Revisited: Remembering * Reliving * Resisting,Curated by Gloria Ruff

Dates: August 20 - December 08, 2019
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Oregon artist and writer Betty LaDuke have gained an international reputation for her murals, paintings, and sketches. Her work tends to express socialist progress and life's continuity, from images of America's civil rights struggles, such as Play Free (1968), to women's struggles for survival in war-ridden, spoiled lands, such as Eritrea/Ethiopia: Where Have All the Fathers Gone(1998).

Su Kwak: The Cosmic Light Series, Curated by Jungsil Jenny Lee has been added to your travel planner!
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Su Kwak: The Cosmic Light Series, Curated by Jungsil Jenny Lee

Dates: August 20 - December 08, 2019
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Light has been the subject to Korean-born Su Kwak's paintings from the beginning of her more than three decades of artistic endeavor, both as a natural phenomenon and as a metaphor for the spiritual and ineffable - Lilly Wei, New York-based art critic for ARTnews.

Mark Fletcher: Winking Turtle, Whispering Tree, curated by Seojeong Shin has been added to your travel planner!
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Mark Fletcher: Winking Turtle, Whispering Tree, curated by Seojeong Shin

Dates: August 20 - December 08, 2019
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Mark Fletcher's paintings are simple, representational style, especially evident in his treatment of the human figure. He focuses on rural life with each narration telling a strong personal story. The stories are of men and women drawing their living from the land and surviving with nature. Minimal landscapes are personal and sensitive, yet clearly vivid in their presentation. Mark's paintings are moody, thought-provoking and even haunting. Mark Fletcher is an artist whose paintings tell stories. The stories are of ourselves as seen through the eyes of a youth who moved about, living in various regions of the country. In 1974, he was enrolled at the Trinity College School, Port Hope, Ontario and began a casual study of painting and art history. His interest in the arst continued into university and flourished into a full-time career.