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TRUE LIKENESS — DeVos Art Museum hosts three new exhibits throughout fall semester. Range of videos, photographs, paintings and prints in the exhibits can be viewed by the public Monday-Wednesday and Friday-Saturday from 12-5 p.m. and Thursday 12-8 p.m.

DeVos Art Museum to host new exhibits this semester

Rachel Pott August 31, 2023

As this new semester begins, there have been some changes happening around campus. Some of those changes have happened and will continue to happen, at the DeVos Art Museum. Three new exhibits will be present...

FACULTY BIENNIAL — DeVos Art Museum hosts gallery of works by NMU Art and Design department faculty. The display can be viewed until March 31 during the gallerys hours, Mondays-Wednesdays 12-5 p.m., Thursdays 12-8 p.m. and Fridays 12-5 p.m.

Faculty Biennial exhibition opens at DeVos Art Museum

Jackie Phillips January 27, 2023

The DeVos Art Museum is hosting the Faculty Biennial from now until March 31, featuring the works of 17 different NMU art and design faculty members.  Every two years Emily Lanctot, DeVos Museum director...

NEW EXHIBIT - Free to the public, the DeVos Art Museum is currently host to works by Lindsey Heiden (foreground) and Linda King Ferguson (background). The two artists take inspiration from the Upper Peninsulas landscape.

DeVos Art Museum unveils new exhibit

Harry Stine, Assistant Features Editor August 31, 2022

The DeVos Art Museum kicked off the semester Friday, Aug. 26 with their latest installation in the ongoing U.P. Focus exhibition series, this year featuring Linda King Ferguson and Lindsey Heiden. The...

STILL LIFE—As a reflection on time spent during the pandemic, the DeVos Art Museum at NMU will hold the Still Life exhibition until March 22.

DeVos Art Museums opens Still Life exhibit

Ryley Wilcox, Contributing Writer January 25, 2022
NMU's DeVos Art Museum will hold the Still Life exhibition until March 22. The exhibition reflects on time spent during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Textbook Indian

Art museum showcases art by Black artists, Native, female perspectives

Katarina Rothhorn, Features Editor September 1, 2021

The first step into the DeVos Art Museum is a pop of color from shiny blue tambourines covered in suede, to rainbow piles of painted basketballs, to giant quilts covering the far wall in pinks, blues and...

Photo courtesy of Lily Lindgren

GET WELL SOON - As part of the Faculty Biennial Exhibition, Emily Lanctot presented her piece titled Get Well Soon presenting ways to get well during these trying times.

DeVos Art Museum celebrates faculty creativity with the Faculty Biennial Exhibition

Ashley Beronja February 17, 2021
The DeVos Art Museum will hold the 2021 Faculty Biennial Exhibition to showcase the creative works from the faculty of the School of Art and Design.
Grant donation expands art, culture at DeVos

Grant donation expands art, culture at DeVos

Jack Webster October 31, 2019

Through a grant program, several Marquette County organizations were awarded funds to expand arts and culture, and NMU’s DeVos Art Museum was selected as one of the         ...

Photo by Kat Torreano: Carter McFall, senior art education and drawing and painting major, prepares his series of oil paintings titled “Passengers.”

Senior Show 2017

Noah Hausmann November 30, 2017

The annual senior exhibition is held at the DeVos Art Museum For art and design seniors close to graduating, this week has been a stressful one as they scrambled to put the finishing...

Photo by Lindsey Eaton: World famous artist Alexis Rockman shows NMU biology and art students how to make “field drawings,” a method similar to watercolor painting that he invented that mixes natural elements, like soil, with glue to be used as the drawing material, during an Art Scramble workshop at Presque Isle Pavilion on Thursday, Oct. 19.

World famous painter holds campus events

Noah Hausmann October 26, 2017

Alexis Rockman, one of the most famous painters in contemporary American art, visited NMU from Oct. 18 to 20 for many campus and community events, combining art and science. This New York City artist...

Alumnus conducts Terminal Orchestra for exhibit

John LaPine March 21, 2013

NMU graduate Jesse DeCaire has always had a passion for music. “I’ve always been taken with instrumental music that evokes a mood or enhances an atmosphere like movie soundtrack music does,” said...

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