GVSU Art Gallery from Home

The GVSU Art Gallery is committed to continuing to deliver content digitally to our community during the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic to help tell our collective stories through visual literacy to help bring critical thinking and build empathy in our lives, whether in the classroom or within your home virtually.

Art

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Discover the entire GVSU art collection online and curate your set of artwork to share with friends, family, students, and colleagues. 

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View the entire online catalogue of Mathias Alten's work as well as additional learning resources.

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Discover the entire GVSU art collection in the palm of your hand with our mobile app. 


Learning Resources

Link to Student Reflections on Art Blog

GVSU students submit their thoughts on artwork in our collection to be published here, on the Student Perspectives on the Art Collection blog.

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Visit the George and Barbara Gordon Gallery from the comfort of your own home with our new virtual tour.

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Read and explore the Art Gallery's past digital publications


Extras

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Interviews with each GVSU Art Gallery Staff member. Who are we? Come find out!

Looking for that one-of-a-kind background for your next Zoom meeting? Immerse yourself in original works of art from the GVSU art collection!

Behind the Scenes

Alison Christensen hanging a painting during an install at a GVSU building

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“…But even though every conscientious objector, every pacifist, and every [Industrial Worker of the World] be thrown in jail, [their ideas] will go on because ideas cannot be imprisoned!” – Louise Olivereau In the Celebrate People's History exhibition; ow.ly/1Gcz50BCZAd
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