The International School of Art & Design 2021 Faculty Exhibit is on display now at the Finlandia University Gallery. Gallery Director Carrie Flaspohler joined Olivia Myers on Finlandia Fridays to talk about the exhibit and upcoming artist reception.
Retired professor Phyllis Fredendall showcasing her pieces that are in the exhibit
Recent works by full-time, adjunct and emeritus faculty representing a diverse range of media and concepts will be on display. [...]
The Finlandia University Gallery will present a six-person exhibit titled What We Will Inhabit if Not Our Bodies at the Finlandia University Gallery, located in the Finnish American Heritage Center (FAHC), Hancock from January 8 to February 12, 2021. Appointments for a private viewing of the exhibit can be made with Gallery Director Carrie Flaspohler at (906) 487-7500 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
A Zoom reception with the artists will take place on January 28th at 7pm. The [...]
Finlandia University’s International School of Art & Design (ISAD) will hold a Zoom celebration in honor of our 2020 Bachelor of Fine Arts Diploma Works graduates. Annah Smiddy (Graphic Design), Chelsea LaPalme (Art Therapy), Denia Bent (Graphic Design), Mindy Aho (Intermedia) and Shannon Chouinard (Graphic Design) faced many challenges as they completed their culminating artwork for graduation during the global pandemic. Rising to the unique challenges of this time, the seniors uprooted their studios, [...]
HANCOCK, MI – Finlandia University Gallery in the Finnish American Heritage Center in Hancock announces reduced hours during the holidays. The gallery will be closed Thursday, November 28 – December 1 for the Thanksgiving holiday and will remain closed until the next exhibit opens Thursday, December 5th. Beginning December 11, 2019 through January 13, 2020 the gallery is open Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Opening Reception: Saturday, May 2, 7:00-8:30 p.m.
The exhibition will be running from May 2 – May 28.
Presented annually, the Diploma Works exhibit features the work of International School of Art and Design graduating BFA students. The exhibit pieces represent each graduating student’s final body of work and take the form of intensive research projects, individual artwork, or design prototypes.