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SEMO Q Gallery is a dynamic, web based, online exhibition format created largely in response to the COVID19 pandemic and the resulting missed exhibition opportunities by graduating BFA students. This online gallery automatically pulls content from student social media accounts and has the ability to self update on a 24 hour basis. This allows a specific student to control the content for the duration of their exhibition.
The River Campus Art Gallery is part of the Earl and Margie Holland College of Arts and Media on beautiful River Campus. The 1,275 square-foot gallery space is located in the historic Seminary Building, a newly renovated space housing offices, studios, and classrooms for the Earl and Margie Holland College of Arts and Media.
All exhibitions, lectures, and events are free and open to the public. Visitor parking is ample in front of the Cultural Arts Center. The River Campus, Seminary Building, and River Campus Art Gallery are accessible.
The Dobbins Gallery is located in the Dobbins River Campus Center and displays work by a variety of student and regional artists.
The Rosemary and Harry L. Crisp II Southeast Missouri Regional Museum houses a permanent collection of art and artifacts featuring the Beckwith Collection of Native American pottery, the Blum Collection of Southwestern arts and crafts, and the Missouri Mills watercolor collection. The gallery presents special exhibitions on a monthly basis, including the Annual Student Juried Art Exhibition, and other exhibitions of regional, national, and international importance.
Catapult Creative House contains multiple galleries serving various functions, such as the exhibition of fine art prints, the hosting of regional and international juried exhibitions, and the showcasing of student artwork. Catapult’s primary purpose is to provide students with entrepreneurial experiences through curating exhibitions, marketing and promoting their own artwork, and installing exhibitions.
Sculpture corners within Cape Girardeau, Missouri have been created, with private donations, to award current and former students grant money for the creation of outdoor sculpture on public display. Opportunities for students include working with the community on group city projects and the fabrication of large-scale public sculptures in a sculpture incubator setting. The City of Cape Girardeau proudly hosts an annual juried public art outdoor sculpture exhibition. These exhibitions included artists from across the country and routinely includes our own alumni.