We are excited to highlight the many art exhibits that will be on display at our schools this semester, and are grateful to the AJCU Art Museum Directors for sharing this information (and images) with us. Click on the links below to learn more!

(Please note: This list will be updated regularly throughout the fall. Please send any additional content to AJCU’s Vice President of Communications, Deanna Howes Spiro: dhowes@ajcunet.edu.)

Boston College: McMullen Museum of Art
Gateway to Himalayan Art

College of the Holy Cross: Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Art Gallery
Always Be Around: Corita Kent, Community, and Pedagogy

Fairfield University: Fairfield University Art Museum’s Bellarmine Hall Galleries
In Real Times. Arthur Szyk: Artist and Soldier for Human Rights

Fordham University: Walsh Family Library
The Light of the Revival: Stained-Glass Design for Restituted Synagogues of Ukraine
Banned! A history of censorship

Georgetown University: de la Cruz Art Gallery / Spagnuolo Art Gallery
Kara Walker: Back of Hand / Kara Walker: Prince McVeigh and the Turner Blasphemies

Gonzaga University: Jundt Galleries
Five Critical Decades of Art: The Stephens Collection

Loyola Marymount University: Laband Art Gallery
Sonia Romero: Taken Root

Loyola University Maryland: Julio Fine Arts Gallery
Mapping Mnemosyne – Where am (I/WE/YOU)?

Loyola University New Orleans: Diboll Gallery
Wonderful is Now

Marquette University: Haggerty Museum of Art
Image in Dispute: Dutch & Flemish Art from the Haggerty Museum of Art’s Collection

Rockhurst University: Greenlease Gallery
See Me: Portraits of Neurofibromatosis

Saint Louis University: Museum of Contemporary Religious Art
Selections from the collection and works on loan
Meditations: Black Expression, Abstraction, and the Spirit (new podcast)

Santa Clara University: de Saisset Museum
June Wayne: Artist, Feminist, Social Entrepreneur / California Stories from Thámien to Santa Clara / Landscapes of Survivance / Common Thread

Saint Peter’s University: Fine Arts Gallery
Dreamscapes: A solo exhibition of Caridad Sierra Kennedy’s paintings and works on paper

Seattle University: Vachon Gallery
Shaped by Nature: Ceramics and Prints in Dialogue with Nature

The University of Scranton: The Hope Horn Gallery
Cura Personalis / Earth’s Apothecary / Scranton’s Story: Oral History Portrait Photographs

University of San Francisco: Thacher Gallery
Yolanda M. López: Women’s Work is Never Done / Offerings Somatic–the body as substance of ritual / Visions of the Past, Islands of the Future / 25th Thacher Art + Architecture Annual

Image credits:
Arthur Szyk, Israel (Heritage of the Nations series), 1948, watercolor and gouache, pen and ink and pencil on board. Courtesy of Taube Family Arthur Szyk Collection, The Magnes Collection of Jewish Art and Life, University of California, Berkeley. Fairfield University Art Museum.

Sonia Romero, “Tree of Forgotten Prayers,” 2006, block printing on washi paper and acrylic on canvas, 32 x 32 in., Courtesy of the artist and Laband Art Gallery; Durón Family Collection. Laband Art Gallery, Loyola Marymount University.

Associate of Frans Floris, possibly Frans I Pourbus (Bruges 1545/1546—1581 Antwerp). Elijah with the Widow of Zarephath and her Son, c. 1570. Oil on panel. Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Marc B. Rojtman, 60.3. Collection of the Haggerty Museum of Art, Marquette University.

Frederick J. Brown, The Descent into Hell from The Life of Christ Altarpiece (1994–1995). Oil and mixed media on canvas. MOCRA collection, a gift of the Enid and Crosby Kemper Foundation and UMB Bank. Museum of Contemporary Religious Art, Saint Louis University.

“Flower from Fire” Watercolor and Acrylic on acid free watercolor paper 15” x 11″, 2023, Caridad Sierra Kennedy. Fine Arts Gallery, Saint Peter’s University.

Yolanda M. López, In Solidarity with the Women of Central America, pen and ink on paper, 1985. Thacher Gallery, University of San Francisco.