Hunt Gallery: Friday, 25 September 2015
The exhibition will run until October 24, 2015
40 @ 100 is an exhibition of 40 artist alumni representing several decades who have been chosen to present work in the exhibition. The artists come from as far away as Seattle to Maine. The earliest alum is from 1960, and there is also a representative from our most recent graduating class in 2015. Art was one of the original four areas of study offered at Webster University (originally known as Loretto College for Women, and later as Webster College).The original college was comprised of a School of Arts, also a Conservatory of Music, Departments of Expression, and Home Economics. In short, there has been a degree in art at Webster University since its inception. In 1975, Webster University (then Webster College) increased the professional level of its visual arts degree options by establishing a Bachelor of Fine Arts (B.F.A.) degree. Today, the Department of Art, Design, and Art History offers the B.F.A. in several emphasis areas (e.g. painting, sculpture, photography, graphic design, etc.), as well as a B.A. in Studio Art, B.A. in Art History and Criticism, M.A. in Studio Art, and Art History and Criticism, as well as several certificate programs, including Art Therapy, and Curatorial Studies.
Gallery Hours: Tuesday—Saturday from 10am - 5pm
Hunt Gallery at Webster University
8342 Big Bend Ave.
St. Louis, MO 63119
314-246-7171 or 314-246-7159