Clausen Art Gallery
As a liberal arts institution, Briar Cliff University's Clausen Art Gallery is a working gallery space for art program students to feature and display their work and to provide the entire student body and surrounding community a place experience and enjoy art. This gallery is a space that students can unwind and admire the art that has been made by their peers as well as artists from the Siouxland community.
Located in the Stark Student Center this art gallery is open year round, and changes many times throughout the year. All are encouraged to stop and see what fresh and exciting pieces the gallery has to offer.
Previous Works Displayed
The gallery has been proud to display a wide variety of local community and campus artist’s works, here are some of our favorites.
This chair was created by Logan Kuchera. He was inspired by Game of Thrones and the Stanley Cup playoffs. To see more of Logan's work, watch his Snapchat Takeover.
Emily Sanburg shows off her graphic design senior thesis project. Inspired by the documentary "Chasing Coral," she designed swimwear and print materials featuring oceanic illustrations and information on the state of the coral reefs.
Student organization Women of Color sponsored a "Pieces of Who We Are" art installation in the Clausen Art Gallery. This show included pieces many different artist on campus and featured artwork from five continents and several countries; Honduras, Mexico, China, Vietnam, Rwanda, Kenya, Ireland, Congo, Ecuador, and the United States. To see more of watch their Snapchat Takeover.
Please note, the header image shows piece created by Briar Cliff alumni, Maize Hurd.