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The Schumacher Gallery's Permanent
Collections offer a wonderfully diverse selection of more than 2500
works for study and enjoyment. These collections encompass 2000 years of
cultural history. Since the Gallery's inception in 1964, hundreds of
donors have provided objects of art, funds, and services to create this
important cultural legacy.
16th - 19th Century | Asian | Modern and Contemporary | Ethnic | Graphics | Inuit Art | Ohio Artists
Presence: A Dialogue with the Human FormSeptember 9 –October 17 Since the dawn of creative activity, artists have been naturally inclined to adopt the human figure as subject matter. In our contemporary times it still remains a source of inspiration and a vital tool of symbolism. Presence brings together the work of practicing artists who demonstrate that the human form has a diverse dialogue all its own. The exhibition is curated by Casey Bradley, Studio Manager and Instructor of Dimensional Studies, Columbus College of Art and Design.Reception: Friday, September 20, 5:00 – 7:30 p.m.Memories of World War II: Photographs from the Archives of The Associated PressOctober 28 – December 7 As the main source of news for thousands of newspapers in the United States and overseas, The Associated Press was the backbone of information-gathering during World War II. From the bombed-out streets of London and the islands of the Pacific, to the Allied landings at Normandy and Japan’s surrender aboard the USS Missouri, the AP brought to those at home the immense scope of the war. These photos from AP’s collection include pictures from archives in London, Paris, Frankfurt and Tokyo. The exhibition was developed by Smith Kramer from the rich collections of The Associated Press.Reception: Friday, November 1, 5:00 – 7:30 p.m. (Please note: The gallery is closed November 27 – December 1 for Thanksgiving.) The Beatles! Backstage and Behind the ScenesJanuary 20 – March 22 Revisit the beginnings of the magical mystery tour. The early years of Beatlemania are captured in this fine art photography exhibition from the archives of CBS Television and LIFE photographer Bill Eppridge. By 1964, The Beatles were already a phenomenon as musicians and songwriters. Add the visual element, made possible by television, and their debut on the Ed Sullivan Show became a cultural event shared by millions. Eighty-four never-before-published images showcase the Fab Four as they revolutionized rock music. Copyright, Bill Eppridge.Reception: Friday, February 7, 5:00 – 7:30 p.m.(Please note: The gallery is closed February 22 – March 2 for mid-term break.)Capital University’s Student Art Exhibition April 7– April 22 This multimedia juried exhibition showcases a variety of works created by the students of Capital University.Reception: Friday, April 11, 5:00 – 7:00 p.m.(Please note: The gallery is closed April 17 – 20 for Easter.)
Admission is free.
The Schumacher Gallery will be open Monday - Saturday, 1 - 5 pm during the academic year. We are closed during the summer and on university holidays.
The Gallery is located on the fourth floor of The Blackmore Library at Capital University.
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Parking is available on the Main Street Plaza parking at Pleasant Ridge and Mound Street - one block south of Main - and on Main St. until 4 pm, or on any of the surrounding side streets.
Contact David Gentilini by phone or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Schumacher Gallery is handicapped accessible. Handicapped accessible parking is available in the garage attached to Blackmore Library.
Capital University is a private four-year undergraduate institution and graduate school located in the Columbus, Ohio, neighborhood of Bexley. Copyright © 2013 Capital University