A ceramic and painting exhibit titled “The Every Day” by Bethany College Senior Tabatha Ihnken is on displayed in Mingenback Gallery through December 16, 2016. Ihnken, an art education major
Eleanor Heimbaugh, a visiting professor of art at Bethany College, will be the featured artist in "Trace - Artifacts of the Future," her Masters of Fine Arts Exhibition beginning Friday,
The Messiah Festival of the Arts proudly announces the major concert events and theme for its 2017 season. This year’s Festival is titled “Connections: Embracing the Unexpected” and will feature
Bethany College Professor of Art Nelson Smith will host Manuel Vera in the Department of Art at Bethany College for the week of November 7-11 where he will work with students, observe the Bethany College art program
The Department of Art at Bethany College in collaboration with the Tallgrass Artist Residency will be live-streaming a symposium featuring a series of talks by resident Tallgrass artists on Saturday October 1, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Mingenback Art Center in Lindsborg, Kansas.
Mixed-media piece by Stephanie Lanter. The Bethany College Art Department is hosting a gallery exhibition by guest artist Stephanie Lanter through September 30 in the Mingenback Art Gallery. A closing reception will be held on September 30 from 2 to 4 p.m. with a gallery talk by the artist at 2:30 p.m.
Olson with her jewelry that won Best of Show in the 2016 Messiah Festival Juried Art Show. A life-long dream to study art in a city that is home to some of the world’s greatest masterpieces is within reach for one Bethany College student. Kami Olson, a junior from Sedgwick, Kansas, has been accepted to the SACI College of Art & Design in Florence, Italy and will study there this spring.
An exhibition of work by Madison Shetlar, a Bethany College senior from Salina, is on display now through April 21 at the Mingenback Art Center. Shetlar is an Art Education
A senior art exhibition by Elsie Mealiff will be displayed in Mingenback Art Center Gallery from April 23 through April 28, 2016. The exhibit includes a variety of paintings, drawings,
Kami Olson stands with her jewelry that won Best of Show. Works of art by Bethany College students are currently on display as part of the 2016 Messiah Festival Juried Student Art Exhibition. The annual art exhibition will continue through April 1 in the Mingenback Art Center Gallery on the Bethany campus. The exhibition features 3-D explorations, ceramics, design, drawings, paintings, photography, printmaking, and sculpture created by Bethany students currently taking art classes. Award winners were announced at a reception on Sunday, March 20 at 1:30 p.m. in the gallery. Best of show was given to Kami Olson, a sophomore from Sedgwick, Kansas, for her jewelry. The gallery show is free and open to the public. The Mingenback Art Center Gallery is open daily 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.