A highlight of the art history curriculum is the Exhibition Seminar, a rare opportunity for undergraduate students to curate a professional exhibition using objects in the Grinnell College Art Collection. The seminar culminates in a show in the Faulconer Gallery and in the publication of a catalogue students have researched, written, and produced. Links to sample pages from previous Exhibition Seminar catalogues are below.

Against Reason

Against Reason

April 3–August 2, 2015
Sample Catalogue Pages

Identities in Flux cover

Repeat, Reveal, React: Identities in Flux

January 29-March 21, 2010
Sample Catalogue Pages

Piranesi cover

Giovanni Battista Piranesi
Grandeur and Fantasy: Vision and Views of Rome

January 22-February 27, 2007
Sample Catalogue Pages

Goya's Disasters of War cover

I saw it: The Invented Reality of
Goya's Disasters of War

August 13-September 12, 2004
Sample Catalogue Pages

Walking a Tight Rope cover

Walking a Tightrope:
German Expressionist Printmaking 1904-1928

April 1-April 21, 2002
Sample Catalogue Pages

Ghost Dance

Ghost Dance: Exhibiting Paradox

January 28-March 17, 2000
Sample Catalogue Pages

In a New Light

In a New Light
African Art at Grinnell College

May 1-May 31, 1997
Sample Catalogue Pages