Schedule

2020 - 2021

Due to current events, our schedule is subject to change. We will try our best to announce changes ahead of time on our homepage and via email newsletter. Thank you for your understanding!

MUSEUM SCHEDULE

FROM THE PERMANENT COLLECTION: KARDAS

Come experience the romantic journey of Raymond and Jenny Kardas. Raymond was a retired physicist-engineer and Jenny was a ceramist. They met in an art class, then they pursued their interest in history, archeology, and enjoyed extensive trips abroad. Their serious practice of art was explored when they retired to Hurricane, Utah. When the DSU Curator met their daughter, Sue, the donation of this collection became a reality. Through Sue’s generosity, her parent’s art is ready to be enjoyed by everyone.

 

This show can be viewed as a digital display in the Eccles Grand Foyer, or in our online gallery starting on June 15.

DATES: 

June 15 – October 2

Also in the Eccles Grand Foyer:

Stewart Seidman - COVID-19 Series

Covid -19 Pops-Up in Art 

Katarzyna Kociomyk graduated with Honors from one of the most prestigious Academies of Fine Art in Poland. Kociomyk’s paintings are in private collections in the United States, Canada, South America, Europe, Australia and Asia. Since April 2018 she has enjoyed her new home and studio in Las Vegas, Nevada where she now lives and creates full time.

DATES: 

June 15 – October 2

ARTIST RECEPTION:

September 11, 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

In the Eccles Grand Foyer:

Tom Forsythe - Photography

PRESENTING: RON LARSON

Ron Larson paints what he feels. With an art career spanning 40+ years, his philosophy is that everything presents itself as art. His bold and exquisite paintings of the Southwest capture emotions of this land. He says, “Art, both its creation and the experience of enjoying it, is a wonder that can heal the soul.  As a landscape painter, I feel a closeness to my environment. If my art can help people to connect in a deep and meaningful way to the beauty of our natural world, hopefully they will have a greater desire to protect and preserve them. All of my art is meant for such an outcome, and I feel a great satisfaction when someone feels something from my art."​

 

DATES:

October 16 – January 8

In the Eccles Grand Foyer:

Adam Elliot and Tom Forsythe - Photography

34th ANNUAL DSU SEARS DIXIE INVITATIONAL ART SHOW AND SALE

This special exhibit opens to the public every year on the Saturday of President’s Day weekend in February. This is your opportunity to build a collection and to donate 37% of the purchase to the Sears. This is our only fundraiser. Collectors and investors vie for artwork each year. The show and sale has an impressive history of success. This is the show not to miss. The show boasts a variety of representational art including landscape, portrait, western, impressionistic, and very contemporary pieces. Each year new artists are invited to submit images of their artwork for consideration of an invitation to participate. Upon acceptance to the show, each artist is invited to submit two original recent pieces of artwork. Recognized artists continue to participate and find their way in the world of art. 

DATES:

February 13 - April 3 

ARTIST SYMPOSIUM: 

February 12, 3:00 p.m. in the EFAC Concert Hall  

PREVIEW:

February 12, 4:00 p.m.

GALA & SALES:
February 12, 6:00 p.m. Call Jeanine Nay for Gala tickets 435-652-7903

SPECIAL HOURS:

Monday – Saturday 10:00am - 6:00 pm 

DIXIE STATE UNIVERSITY ART DEPARTMENT SHOWCASE

The Art Department of DSU celebrates this annual exhibit to showcase the year’s work of the finest students, as well as, the recent work of the faculty. The art students experience the benefits of learning to present themselves and their artwork in a professional manner and to improve their portfolios. This show is always a favorite.

DATES: 

April 23 – May 7

ARTIST RECEPTION:

April 23, 7:00pm - 8:30 pm

In the Eccles Grand Foyer:

Featured Art Department Faculty Member

ROUGE: UTAH WOMEN’S VOICES

This exhibit will highlight this disparity that exists between male and female artists in Utah where 60% of the artists are female but on average 70% of the artists exhibited are male. This will give Utah women artists an opportunity to share what it is like to be a woman living in Utah today. Each artist will provide a piece that discusses their view of their role as a woman. With a nod to the contemporary women's movement, each artist will include something pink in their work.

DATES: 

June 11- September 17

ARTIST PANEL DISCUSSION:

June 11, 6:00pm

ARTIST RECEPTION:

June 11, 7:00pm - 8:30pm

In the Eccles Grand Foyer:

Landscapes on Yupo: Mel Scott and Diane Asay , Loretta Clayson: Watercolors.

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