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Artist Will Barnet showcases “Figurative Prints”

Artist Will Barnet showcases “Figurative Prints”

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Currently on exhibit in the College’s Schoenherr Art Gallery at the Fine Arts Center is a collection of paintings, drawings and print works by world-renowned artist Will Barnet. Titled “Figurative Prints,” the free exhibit is on display through Jan. 16.



New exhibit opens Aug. 27 in Schoenherr Art Gallery

New exhibit opens Aug. 27 in Schoenherr Art Gallery

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An e-media artist, Heather Freeman will showcase her multimedia exhibit “Personal Demons,” Aug. 27-Sept. 26, in North Central’s Schoenherr Art Gallery. Her images combine human and animal forms using print, drawing, painting, photography and other media. They explore the language and symbolic forms of science and their intersection with mythic, religious and popular iconography. Freeman is an assistant professor of digital media at the University of North Carolina–Charlotte, where she teaches digital print, animation, video, installation and drawing.


Schoenherr Art Gallery exhibit in the news

Schoenherr Art Gallery exhibit in the news

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Naperville Community Television features “Spontaneous,” an art exhibit on display in North Central’s Schoenherr Art Gallery through Aug. 22. More than 30 local artists with the Naperville Art League have showcased various pieces. Many are available for purchase. Click here to view NCTV’s news video.


Photography exhibit features Chicago’s urban landscape

Photography exhibit features Chicago’s urban landscape

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The College hosts an exhibit by photographer Michael Wolf in the Schoenherr Art Gallery at the Fine Arts Center through Oct. 2. His photographs of Chicago’s central downtown area focus on issues of voyeurism and the contemporary urban landscape in flux. The exhibit is free and open to the public and is made possible through a partnership between U.S. Equities and Chicago's Museum of Contemporary Photography.


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