The Department of Art and Art History at Hanover College offers a major and a minor in each area: Studio Art and Art History. The small student-to-faculty ratios ensure individual attention to discover their strength while the creative and nurturing environment encourages students can inspire one another.
The Greiner Art Gallery at Hanover College provides the community with visual art exhibtions in a professional setting. Each year, the exhibition season features a diverse line-up of artists and artistic styles. The gallery also offers opportunities to get to know the artists through a series of Special Events including demonstrations, lectures, and seminars.
Upcoming Gallery Events:
The Greiner Art Gallery Winter Visiting Artist: SEAN STAROWITZ
Exhibition dates: Friday, January 10th - Friday, February 14th.
Public lecture and closing reception: Friday, January 10th, 5-7pm with lecture starting at 5:30pm in the CFA lecture hall near the gallery
Sean M. Starowitz’s work is executed in a variety of social, political, and community engaged contexts. Notable projects include Wheels for Meals, BREAD! KC and The Burnt Ends Residency. He has also explored curatorial projects such as The Speakeasy, and Vagabond, Kansas City’s premiere pop-up restaurant. He has contributed writings to Proximity Magazine and Temporary Art Review, and has lectured at Queens College in NY, UCLA’s World Arts and Cultures Department, and the 2012 Mid-America College Art Association Conference.
He currently resides in Kansas City, Missouri as the artist-in-residence at the Farm To Market Bread Company. He is a 2010 graduate of the Interdisciplinary Arts program at the Kansas City Art Institute and a 2012 Rocket Grant recipient with support from the Charlotte St. Foundation, Spencer Museum of Art and the Andy Warhol Foundation.