Galleries & Public Programs

Pictured left to right: Jim Dryden, The Object of His Desire;  Kent Aldrich, Stella; Mary Esch, Contemplatives and Idlers: The Five Senses; Tom Garrett, China with Love

Galleries & Public Programs

Supporting the work of diverse artists from around the corner and around the world through our exhibitions and public programs that engage with the community at large.

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Galleries at the Regis Center for Art

The Regis Center for Art is home to three active gallery spaces: The Katherine E. Nash Gallery, Quarter Gallery, and Regis West Gallery. Each gallery hosts rotating exhibitions of works by artists at all stages of their career, from current UMN students to internationally-acclaimed artists.

Our public programs include the Visiting Artists & Critics Program, which brings nationally and internationally recognized artists working in all media to campus to meet with students and present free public lectures every semester, and our partnership with the Minnesota Scholastic Art Awards, which recognizes exceptional talent in high school visual artists.

Banner image: Minnesota Funk (Group exhibition detail), 2012, Katherine E. Nash Gallery, Image Credit: Virginia Larson

George Morrison Center for Indigenous Arts

George Morrison stands with arms crossed, looking at the camera, in front of a window in a painting studio, black and white

The George Morrison Center for Indigenous Arts is an interdepartmental study center between the Department of American Indian Studies and the Department of Art that supports the creation, presentation, and interpretation of Indigenous art in all its forms.

About the George Morrison Center for Indigenous Arts