Brunnier Art Museum set to open exhibit

Katelynn Mccollough

The Brunnier Art Museum will be opening a new exhibit titled “Relationships Renewed” on Tuesday.

The exhibit, which will be open from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., will take a look at the work of art faculty and other campus colleagues in their connections with art. Educational programs will be apart of the exhibit and offer the chance to understand visual art and its relationship with the sciences and humanities.

The “Relationships Renewed” exhibit is the final exhibit of a five part Relationships exhibition and will be open till December 16. 

Several faculty members have been apart of all five exhibitions and will be showcasing some of their newer works of art that have come from the collaboration with campus colleagues as well as pieces that are at least a decade old. This will show the growth of faculty member’s art over the years.

The Brunnier Art Museum is one of five University Museums that are free to the public. The museum opened in 1975 and has an extensive collection of ceramics, glass, dolls, ivory, jade and enameled metals.

The exhibit is located at 295 Scheman Building.