Faulconer Gallery

Art Catalog

As part of the Exhibition Seminar course offered at Grinnell College, fourteen students worked with guest curator Victoria Rovine to organize the exhibit and write the catalog. The catalog provides information on sculptures, masks, drums, and other objects from the college's...
SOLD OUT Angela Strassheim's first museum exhibition is also the first exhibition of any kind to include her Left Behind series in its entirety. The catalog, which reproduces all twenty-seven color photographs, includes an essay by Jean Dykstra.
SOLD OUT Angela Strassheim's first museum exhibition is also the first exhibition of any kind to include her Left Behind series in its entirety. The catalog, which reproduces all twenty-seven color photographs, includes an essay by Jean Dykstra.
The first monograph on Austin Thomas's work, this catalog documents her work to date (2006). Essays by Roger D. Hodge, Jeffrey Kastner, Shamim M. Momin, and Daniel Strong. Checklist and artist biography. 78 color photographs.
The first monograph on Austin Thomas's work, this catalog documents her work to date (2006). Essays by Roger D. Hodge, Jeffrey Kastner, Shamim M. Momin, and Daniel Strong. Checklist and artist biography. 78 color photographs.
Catalog to an exhibition of South African artist Diane Victor's prints, smoke and ash drawings, on view at the Faulconer Gallery January 28-April 17. With an essay by South African artist and curator Jacki McInnes.
SOLD OUT This catalog brings together photographs, drawings, and texts from several projects, including a 10-year endeavor in which Phelps' recorded all of her financial transactions; Walking Home, documenting a walk from Massachusetts to Maine; and Writers Trade, in which she...
SOLD OUT This catalog brings together photographs, drawings, and texts from several projects, including a 10-year endeavor in which Phelps' recorded all of her financial transactions; Walking Home, documenting a walk from Massachusetts to Maine; and Writers Trade, in which she...
Curated by ten students and Assoc. Professor of Art Tim Chasson, this catalog is the product of a semester-long seminar culminating in a four-week exhibition. The catalog includes seven essays by the student curators, a checklist of the exhibition, and a selected bibliography....
For Phoebe Washburn's Faulconer Gallery installation in the summer of 2003, she recycled pieces used from a previous installation. Washburn created a 14-foot tall and 95-foot long curved wall using only small cardboard pieces, drywall screws, and the help of volunteers. To...
For Phoebe Washburn's Faulconer Gallery installation in the summer of 2003, she recycled pieces used from a previous installation. Washburn created a 14-foot tall and 95-foot long curved wall using only small cardboard pieces, drywall screws, and the help of volunteers. To...
Curated by Robert Coffland and Donald Doe. Essays by Donald Doe and Robert Coffland, artist biographies, and bibliography. Two full-page photographs of each basket.
Curated by twelve students and Assoc. Professor fo Art, Susan Strauber, this catalog is the product of a semester-long seminar culminating in a four-week exhibition. The catalog includes eight essays by the student curators, a timeline of Goya's life and current events, and a...
Curated by Kay Wilson and Aziz Daki. Art in a variety of media by Hicham Benahoud, Hassan Darsi, Abdelali Dahrouch, Safaa Erruas, Mohamed El baz, Mounir Fatmi, and Ikram Kabbaj, exploring social, cultural and political themes of our times. Essays by Kay Wilson, Aziz Daki, and...
With 100 images from the 15th to the 21st century, this exhibition and catalog is a comprehensive view of the Castelvecchio's collection. Color reproductions of all 100 images and artist and drawing biographies accompany the images.
Year:  2004 Price:  $22 Dimensions:  8.5 x 11 in., 84 pp Essays by Pamela Franks and Dave Williams, interview with the artist by Saadi A. Simawe. Checklist, biography, chronology, 41 color plates, 6 bl/wh photographs of the artist.  
Year:  2001 Price:  $11 Dimensions:  7 x 8.5 in., 42 pp Written and organized by Emil Stamey '01, this catalog represents one of the few comprehensive examinations Gross-Bettelheim. The exhibition was held in Grinnell College's Print and Drawing Study Room. Essays include:...
Year:  2001 Price:  $11 Dimensions:  7 x 8.5 in., 42 pp Written and organized by Emil Stamey '01, this catalog represents one of the few comprehensive examinations Gross-Bettelheim. The exhibition was held in Grinnell College's Print and Drawing Study Room. Essays include:...
Combining traditional printmaking techniques with unique paper shapes, stamping and collage, Achepohl creates layered images that have an even more powerful effect in their unique installation. Achepohl, professor of printmaking at the University of Iowa, sees himself not only...
  Year:  2003 Price:  $3 Dimensions:  7 x 11 in., opens 3-fold, 6 illustrations   Guest curator Amy Henderson '94 discusses the history of quilts within social and art historical contexts. Her essay also describes Quilter's S.O.S., a recent effort to record quiltmaker's...
  Year:  2003 Price:  $3 Dimensions:  7 x 11 in., opens 3-fold, 6 illustrations   Guest curator Amy Henderson '94 discusses the history of quilts within social and art historical contexts. Her essay also describes Quilter's S.O.S., a recent effort to record quiltmaker's...
  Year:  2003 Price:  $3 Dimensions:  9 x 11 in., opens 3-fold, 2 color photographs, 3 black and white   In an effort to find balance between the many roles Gale plays in life - artist, wife, mother, individual - she illustrates them in photographs, using the expressive...
  Year:  2003 Price:  $3 Dimensions:  9 x 11 in., opens 3-fold, 2 color photographs, 3 black and white   In an effort to find balance between the many roles Gale plays in life - artist, wife, mother, individual - she illustrates them in photographs, using the expressive...
  Year:  2001 Price:  $12 Dimensions:  9 x 12 in., 60 pp   As Donald Doe explains in the introduction to this catalogue, the idea of a Patient Process is not simply a method of art making but reflects a regional creative trend in the Midwest. Artists were chosen in part for...
  Year:  2001 Price:  $12 Dimensions:  9 x 12 in., 60 pp   As Donald Doe explains in the introduction to this catalogue, the idea of a Patient Process is not simply a method of art making but reflects a regional creative trend in the Midwest. Artists were chosen in part for...
Exhibition Date:  9 Mar 2007 -22 Apr 2007 School Year:  2006 - 2007 Location:  Faulconer Gallery   This exhibition explores history, personal narrative, and storytelling in works of 20th-century American art in the Grinnell College Art Collection. Curated by Julia McHugh '...
Exhibition Date:  9 Mar 2007 -22 Apr 2007 School Year:  2006 - 2007 Location:  Faulconer Gallery   This exhibition explores history, personal narrative, and storytelling in works of 20th-century American art in the Grinnell College Art Collection. Curated by Julia McHugh '...
Hardcover catalog produced by the Metropolitan Museum of Art, text by Richard Shone. Philip and Janice Levin assembled a remarkable collection, primarily of paintings but also of works on paper and small bronzes, all by French artists or artists working in France between 1840 -...
  Year:  2008 Price:  $20 Dimensions:  10.5 x 8 in., 80 pp   Guest Curator Elizabeth Perrill '99 organized an exhibition of contemporary Zulu Ceramics produced between 2004 and 2008. The exhibit provides a snapshot of South African contemporary ceramics that relates to the...
  Year:  2008 Price:  $20 Dimensions:  10.5 x 8 in., 80 pp   Guest Curator Elizabeth Perrill '99 organized an exhibition of contemporary Zulu Ceramics produced between 2004 and 2008. The exhibit provides a snapshot of South African contemporary ceramics that relates to the...
  Year:  2002 Price:  $13 Dimensions:  9 x 9 in., 52 pp   Curated by ten students and Assistant Professor of Art, Jenny Anger, this catalog is the product of a semester-long seminar cumulating in a three-week exhibition. The catalogue includes nine essays by the student...
  Year:  2002 Price:  $13 Dimensions:  9 x 9 in., 52 pp   Curated by ten students and Assistant Professor of Art, Jenny Anger, this catalog is the product of a semester-long seminar cumulating in a three-week exhibition. The catalogue includes nine essays by the student...
  Exhibition:   Walter Burley Griffin and Marion Mahony Griffin in Iowa Year:   2011 Price:   $20 Dimensions:   9 x 9 in. 48 pp. Catalog with essays by Paul Kruty, Professor of Architectural History, University of Illinois, and Daniel Strong, Curator,...
  Exhibition:   Walter Burley Griffin and Marion Mahony Griffin in Iowa Year:   2011 Price:   $20 Dimensions:   9 x 9 in. 48 pp. Catalog with essays by Paul Kruty, Professor of Architectural History, University of Illinois, and Daniel Strong, Curator,...
Exhibition Date:  3 Feb 2006 - 17 Mar 2006 School Year:  2005 - 2006 Location:  Faulconer Gallery This exhibition, comprised of images reproduced in the British journal The New Age (1910-1914), explores Walter Sickert's impact on British modernism. The works in the...
Exhibition Date:  3 Feb 2006 - 17 Mar 2006 School Year:  2005 - 2006 Location:  Faulconer Gallery This exhibition, comprised of images reproduced in the British journal The New Age (1910-1914), explores Walter Sickert's impact on British modernism. The works in the...
  Year:  2009 Price:  $20 Dimensions:  10.5 x 9 in., 160 pp This catalog includes works produced at Wildwood Press from its establishment in 1996 to and exhibition held at the Faulconer Gallery in the summer of 2008, curated by Daniel Strong. Published by Faulconer...
  Year:  2009 Price:  $20 Dimensions:  10.5 x 9 in., 160 pp This catalog includes works produced at Wildwood Press from its establishment in 1996 to and exhibition held at the Faulconer Gallery in the summer of 2008, curated by Daniel Strong. Published by Faulconer...

Art Exhibition

Over the past several years, Michigan-born artist Sandow Birk has turned his interest and extensive travels in the Islamic world into a project to transcribe by hand an English-translated text of the 114 suras, or chapters, of the Qur'an. While adhering to traditional guidelines...

News Item

Anyone who saw the Olympics may have gotten a sense of the sophistication of Beijing. Whatever TV can show, it’s nothing compared to the lived experience in China’s capitol city. From its wide boulevards, to trendy shopping areas seemingly without end, to skyscrapers that appear...
Anyone who saw the Olympics may have gotten a sense of the sophistication of Beijing. Whatever TV can show, it’s nothing compared to the lived experience in China’s capitol city. From its wide boulevards, to trendy shopping areas seemingly without end, to skyscrapers that appear...
Most days find me at my desk at the Faulconer Gallery at Grinnell College. Currently I am preparing to travel to China as part of a long-standing faculty exchange between Grinnell and Nanjing University. Faculty from Nanjing come to Grinnell to conduct research and to instruct...
Most days find me at my desk at the Faulconer Gallery at Grinnell College. Currently I am preparing to travel to China as part of a long-standing faculty exchange between Grinnell and Nanjing University. Faculty from Nanjing come to Grinnell to conduct research and to instruct...
For all of you out there faithfully following my blog, you may have noticed that some older posts have just reappeared as new posts.  I am working with wonderful advisors back at Grinnell on sorting out some issues with the blog, and as either of us goes back in to an old post...
For all of you out there faithfully following my blog, you may have noticed that some older posts have just reappeared as new posts.  I am working with wonderful advisors back at Grinnell on sorting out some issues with the blog, and as either of us goes back in to an old post...
If you’ve got a few minutes, you can take a whirlwind tour of the world’s musical instruments by visiting Grinnell’s World Music Instrument Collection in the Bucksbaum Center for the Arts. There, you’ll find instruments as diverse as the tarka flute from the Andes, the djembe...
  This fall, the Faulconer Gallery will be presenting an exhibition made with and about the community of Grinnell.  Entitled Culturing Community: Projects about Place, the show tries to get at aspects of our little town that are not apparent on the surface.  The artists involved...
  This fall, the Faulconer Gallery will be presenting an exhibition made with and about the community of Grinnell.  Entitled Culturing Community: Projects about Place, the show tries to get at aspects of our little town that are not apparent on the surface.  The artists involved...
    Posted by:   Lesley Wright Art Looking Life in the Eye South African artist Diane Victor has traveled to the frozen fields of Iowa to complete drawings for her exhibition Of Fables and Folly, which opens here at the Faulconer on Friday, January 28. She is...
    Posted by:   Lesley Wright Art Looking Life in the Eye South African artist Diane Victor has traveled to the frozen fields of Iowa to complete drawings for her exhibition Of Fables and Folly, which opens here at the Faulconer on Friday, January 28. She is...
New York artist Greg Smith returns to Grinnell for a gallery talk on Tuesday, February 25 at 4:15. Smith’s two video installations are currently on view in Faulconer Gallery (through March 16). Both videos, Loop and Breakdown Lane, concern the artist as an ‘artifice mechanic,’...
Sometimes it’s who you know. That’s how the Faulconer Gallery at Grinnell College became the site of Greg Smith’s exhibition “Quality Uncertainty: The Market for Lemons.” Smith received a Guggenheim Foundation Fellowship in 2013 based on his proposal for “Breakdown Lane,” one of...
The annual Bachelor of Arts Exhibition (BAX), formerly the Annual Student Art Salon, begins April 11 in Faulconer Gallery. BAX is a professional exhibition of mature student works in the creative arts, including visual and performing arts. Student Organized Student organizers...
Step into the Rosenfield Lobby on Dec. 6, and you’ll find a special kind of book sale. Video of Child Slavery Survivors Connect with Grinnellians The 2012 Book Sale During her fellowship with 2011 Grinnell Prize winner James Kofi Annan’s organization, Challenging Heights,...
Step into the Rosenfield Lobby on Dec. 6, and you’ll find a special kind of book sale. Video of Child Slavery Survivors Connect with Grinnellians The 2012 Book Sale During her fellowship with 2011 Grinnell Prize winner James Kofi Annan’s organization, Challenging Heights,...
On Friday, April 4, Faulconer Gallery will welcome “Complex Conversations: Willie Cole Sculptures and Wall Works,” curated by Patterson Sims, an independent art curator, writer, and consultant based in New York. Grinnell College’s Faulconer Gallery is the exhibition’s fourth of...
  Today is day 4 in Nanjing and we are beginning to know our way around.  We are staying in the Nanyuan Conference Center of Nanjing University, which is essentially the hotel for the school.  (For those of you who are former Nanjing fellows from Grinnell, we are not in the...
  Today is day 4 in Nanjing and we are beginning to know our way around.  We are staying in the Nanyuan Conference Center of Nanjing University, which is essentially the hotel for the school.  (For those of you who are former Nanjing fellows from Grinnell, we are not in the...
Over the past five years, Canadian photographer Edward Burtynsky travelled the world to create a representation of water’s increasingly fragmented lifecycle through more than 50 large-scale photographs. In these images, Burtynsky traces the roles that water plays in modern life...
Tweeting, the Inez Louise Henely 1914 Best in Show-winner at the 2014 Bachelor of Arts Exhibition (BAX), is a series of 14 pieces of handmade paper with watermarks of text from Twitter. The artist, Delia Salomon ’14, explains what led her to create this work. “When I learned how...
  Tomorrow we board a plane for a 15 hour flight to the other side of the world. I won't be able to read the language, unless it's been translated into pinyin, and I won't understand a word.  This is both deliciously tantalizing and terrifying. 10 years ago, the Faulconer...
  Sunday, 21 March, will be your final opportunity to see the current exhibitions in the Faulconer Gallery, Influence and Repeat, Reveal React: Identities in Flux. The Gallery will be closed for installation from 22 March until 6 April, when we will reopen with but here all...
  Gary Kahn '09, an All-Midwest Conference South Division pitcher for Grinnell College who now plays baseball overseas, is featured on the D3baseball.com Web site (Click here for Web site). Kahn, from Cooper City, Fla., plays for the Karlskoga Bats of the Elitserien League in...
Thursday, Oct. 3 – Sunday, Dec. 15, 2013, Faulconer Gallery Starting on Thursday, Oct. 3, "From Wunderkammer to the Modern Museum, 1606 – 1884" will be on display at the Faulconer Gallery. The exhibition presents almost 100 rare and beautiful books drawn from the collection of...
    In the U.S., we often hear about the scale of projects and economic growth in China, but from a distance and with only our own scale of reference, it's difficult to grasp.  Even here in central Nanjing, with new skyscrapers and shopping malls under construction in seemingly...
Happenstance Theater will perform IMPOSSIBLE! A Happenstance Circus at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, April 5, in Roberts Theatre in the Bucksbaum Center for the Arts. The professional company committed to devising and producing original, performer-created, visual, poetic theater. In the...
  For the last two days, we have been hosted royally in Hong Kong by friends and colleagues. They have given us glimpses of Hong Kong we would likely never have found on our own.  And they have shared their friendship which is always welcome when traveling. On Friday, Shing-wai...
  For the last two days, we have been hosted royally in Hong Kong by friends and colleagues. They have given us glimpses of Hong Kong we would likely never have found on our own.  And they have shared their friendship which is always welcome when traveling. On Friday, Shing-wai...
  It's early on Friday morning, May 14, as I write, though it's still Thursday in the US.  We arrived yesterday evening right on schedule after a 14+ hour flight, which United informs us is one of their longest. We flew the polar route, almost due north over Canada and the west...
  It's early on Friday morning, May 14, as I write, though it's still Thursday in the US.  We arrived yesterday evening right on schedule after a 14+ hour flight, which United informs us is one of their longest. We flew the polar route, almost due north over Canada and the west...
  This week has been a flurry of activity at the Faulconer Gallery. Our summer exhibition came down on Monday, and the first of them shipped out Tuesday. By Friday, all four of the new exhibitions were on their way to completion. The walls had been repositioned and prepped....
  This week has been a flurry of activity at the Faulconer Gallery. Our summer exhibition came down on Monday, and the first of them shipped out Tuesday. By Friday, all four of the new exhibitions were on their way to completion. The walls had been repositioned and prepped....
  Nanjing is not one of the biggest cities in China. Despite a population of over 7 million, it has a modesty about it.  The traffic though congested, flows along in a civilized way, a sort of ballet between cars, bikes, scooters and pedestrians. There are flashy shopping areas...
  Nanjing is not one of the biggest cities in China. Despite a population of over 7 million, it has a modesty about it.  The traffic though congested, flows along in a civilized way, a sort of ballet between cars, bikes, scooters and pedestrians. There are flashy shopping areas...
  “Works in Clay” by Jill Davis Schrift, lecturer in art, and “Quality Uncertainty: The Market for Lemons” by New York-based artist Greg Smith will be on display in the Faulconer Gallery from Friday, Jan. 24 through Sunday, March 16.    About “Quality Uncertainty: The Market for...
  Once upon a time, communicating took a great deal of work. Paper was made by hand, writing was done with a handmade pen and handmade ink, and every word was handwritten. Printing presses allowed for multiple copies, but early type was hand carved, hand-set and the pages of...
  Once upon a time, communicating took a great deal of work. Paper was made by hand, writing was done with a handmade pen and handmade ink, and every word was handwritten. Printing presses allowed for multiple copies, but early type was hand carved, hand-set and the pages of...
Lesley, this is a sample blog entry.  You can delete it when you get started, or you can start by editing this node. 
  On days when we aren't teaching, we set off to explore an area of the city. Sometimes we walk along wide boulevards lined with sycamore trees. The businesses on these avenues are upscale, glitzy and very polished.  They might be selling Italian design, Bentleys, or high end...
Friday, Sept. 20 – Sunday, Dec. 15, 2013, Faulconer Gallery "Stocked: Contemporary Art from the Grocery Aisles," curated by Emily Stamey ’01, brings the grocery store to the gallery. "Stocked" compiles the work of contemporary artists who take the grocery store and consumption...
  Students in Museum Studies (Art 260) will explore works in "From Wunderkammer to the Modern Museum, 1606-1884" as significant examples from a past age, and as precursors to museum practices as we know them today. Each student will be stationed by her display case and audience ...
  In the past week, we've had the chance to visit two places where the focus is on preserving and maintaining the ancient tradition of Chinese woodblock printing.  Since at least the Tang dynasty (almost 2000 years ago), the Chinese have used woodblocks to print documents, books...
Panel Book Talk: noon Friday, Nov. 15, Bucksbaum Center Faulconer Gallery In The Structure of Scientific Revolutions, Thomas S. Kuhn argues against the view that science continually progresses throughout time. Instead, he asserts that science undergoes revolutions in which a...
Jill Davis Schrift, lecturer in art, explains how she combines traditional forms with contemporary techniques to create the texture on the vases displayed in her exhibition Works of Clay. In her second solo exhibition at the Faulconer Gallery, Schrift creates ceramic work to...
  Shanghai was our last stop in China, and I was unable to post a blog about our experiences before we flew home. As the largest city in China, Shanghai (the city) is home to as many people as Florida (the state).  Not only do about 20 million people call the city home, but...
  Shanghai was our last stop in China, and I was unable to post a blog about our experiences before we flew home. As the largest city in China, Shanghai (the city) is home to as many people as Florida (the state).  Not only do about 20 million people call the city home, but...
  Television is a funny medium. It brings us together through shared viewing experiences, and it isolates us in a pool of light in a darkened room.  We look to the ubiquitous box for information, forgetting that what we see is produced and edited to fit a format. What we receive...
  Television is a funny medium. It brings us together through shared viewing experiences, and it isolates us in a pool of light in a darkened room.  We look to the ubiquitous box for information, forgetting that what we see is produced and edited to fit a format. What we receive...
  After days of hearing of all the accomplishments and accolades accorded to the esteemed Professor Wu, seeing his studio and examples of his work at Nanjing University, and anticipating the moment, we were invited to a luncheon on Friday with the man himself.  He had just...
  After days of hearing of all the accomplishments and accolades accorded to the esteemed Professor Wu, seeing his studio and examples of his work at Nanjing University, and anticipating the moment, we were invited to a luncheon on Friday with the man himself.  He had just...
This week, our host department, the Office of International Cooperation and Exchanges at Nanjing University, provide a full-day tour of Nanjing, complete with driver and guide.  Our guide was a Nanjing native, a 25 year-old masters degree candidate in Linguistics named Yuan Yuan...
This week, our host department, the Office of International Cooperation and Exchanges at Nanjing University, provide a full-day tour of Nanjing, complete with driver and guide.  Our guide was a Nanjing native, a 25 year-old masters degree candidate in Linguistics named Yuan Yuan...
Posted by:  Lesley Wright State Rep. Scott Raecker, a Grinnell alumnus, has introduced a bill in the Iowa Legislature to sell a painting, Jackson Pollock's "Mural," owned by the University of Iowa Museum of Art in order to create a fund to pay for scholarships for art students....
Posted by:  Lesley Wright State Rep. Scott Raecker, a Grinnell alumnus, has introduced a bill in the Iowa Legislature to sell a painting, Jackson Pollock's "Mural," owned by the University of Iowa Museum of Art in order to create a fund to pay for scholarships for art students....

News Release

In the days before personal computers, cell phones and email came the yearbook “Grinnell College – 1966,” deemed too controversial and banned from publication by the college until 1986. Photographed by Grinnell alumni Henry Wilhelm and the late John Phillips with contributions...
GRINNELL, IA—Four exhibitions—united by a sense of community—will open Sept. 24 at Grinnell College’s Faulconer Gallery. “‘Culturing Community: Projects about Place’” will “literally and figuratively bring the community of Grinnell into the art museum,” said Lesley Wright,...
GRINNELL, IA—Four exhibitions—united by a sense of community—will open Sept. 24 at Grinnell College’s Faulconer Gallery. “‘Culturing Community: Projects about Place’” will “literally and figuratively bring the community of Grinnell into the art museum,” said Lesley Wright,...
Family photos, old and new, reconstruct memories in the summer exhibition opening at Grinnell College’s Faulconer Gallery on June 24. Using digital photographic techniques, California-based artist Liz Steketee offers creative insights into the art of photographs that explore the...
GRINNELL, IA— Artists John F. Simon, Jr. and Matthew Kluber build works that challenge assumptions about digital art in the exhibition, “Hybrid Media: John F. Simon, Jr. and Matthew Kluber,” opening Friday, April 9, in Faulconer Gallery on the Grinnell College campus. Both...
GRINNELL, IA— Artists John F. Simon, Jr. and Matthew Kluber build works that challenge assumptions about digital art in the exhibition, “Hybrid Media: John F. Simon, Jr. and Matthew Kluber,” opening Friday, April 9, in Faulconer Gallery on the Grinnell College campus. Both...
“Kind Favor, Kind Letter, “ a collaborative exhibition by Grinnell College faculty artist Lee Emma Running; Tatiana Ginsberg of Mount Holyoke College; and Santa Fe sculptor Kate Carr, will open Jan. 28 at Grinnell College’s Faulconer Gallery. The installation of handmade paper,...
“Kind Favor, Kind Letter, “ a collaborative exhibition by Grinnell College faculty artist Lee Emma Running; Tatiana Ginsberg of Mount Holyoke College; and Santa Fe sculptor Kate Carr, will open Jan. 28 at Grinnell College’s Faulconer Gallery. The installation of handmade paper,...
“Sandow Birk’s American Qur’an” will open Fri., Jan. 27 at Grinnell College’s Faulconer Gallery. The exhibition, organized by The Andy Warhol Museum of Pittsburgh, will be on view in Grinnell through Mar. 18. Birk, a California-based artist, has been engaged for the past six...
“Sandow Birk’s American Qur’an” will open Fri., Jan. 27 at Grinnell College’s Faulconer Gallery. The exhibition, organized by The Andy Warhol Museum of Pittsburgh, will be on view in Grinnell through Mar. 18. Birk, a California-based artist, has been engaged for the past six...
GRINNELL, IA—Paul Harding, winner of the 2010 Pulitzer Prize for Fiction, will read from his work in the final event of the Writers@Grinnell series at 8 p.m. on Thurs., May 6 in the Faulconer Gallery in the Bucksbaum Center for the Arts on the Grinnell College campus. Harding’s...
GRINNELL, IA—Paul Harding, winner of the 2010 Pulitzer Prize for Fiction, will read from his work in the final event of the Writers@Grinnell series at 8 p.m. on Thurs., May 6 in the Faulconer Gallery in the Bucksbaum Center for the Arts on the Grinnell College campus. Harding’s...
  6/1/10 GRINNELL, IA--Grinnell College's Faulconer Gallery is offering free hands-on art activities for area children and families throughout June and July. The Faulconer Arts Outreach in the Parks will offer children a choice of activities at each session held on-campus...
  6/1/10 GRINNELL, IA--Grinnell College's Faulconer Gallery is offering free hands-on art activities for area children and families throughout June and July. The Faulconer Arts Outreach in the Parks will offer children a choice of activities at each session held on-campus...

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Venue

The Faulconer Gallery in Bucksbaum presents exhibitions year-round, ranging from the annual Student Art Salon to traveling exhibitions from world-renowned artists. Students work with the gallery’s professional staff  as interns, gallery attendants, and arts outreach providers...
The Faulconer Gallery in Bucksbaum presents exhibitions year-round, ranging from the annual Student Art Salon to traveling exhibitions from world-renowned artists. Students work with the gallery’s professional staff  as interns, gallery attendants, and arts outreach providers...

Group Info

Presenting exhibitions of regional, national, and international art year-round, Faulconer Gallery is the nucleus of Grinnell’s Bucksbaum Center for the Arts. Temporary exhibitions and a permanent collection of more than 6,000 objects offer diverse classroom and research learning...
Presenting exhibitions of regional, national, and international art year-round, Faulconer Gallery is the nucleus of Grinnell’s Bucksbaum Center for the Arts. Temporary exhibitions and a permanent collection of more than 6,000 objects offer diverse classroom and research learning...

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