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Trinity Professor and Alums Exhibit at Chicago Art Gallery

The Madron Gallery in Chicago is currently hosting an exhibit featuring the work of several artists who are part of the Trinity family, including Professor of Art & Design John Bakker and alumni Pierce Cruz ’18 and Hannah Dykstra ’17.

Nelesen’s Design Selected as Chicago Research Summit Logo

Graphic design and Spanish double major.Mariah Nelesen ’20 has had her design selected to serve as the Chicago Research Summit’s new logo.

Becky Dean, alumna, owner of Pens and Lens

Pen and Lens

Alumna Becky Dean and her husband, Professor Kaleb Dean,  take their love of art and photography and make something special. “My husband and I run a photography and design business called Pen and Lens: “Pen,” for the sketchbook process and artistry that takes place when Kaleb takes his ideas for branding, design, and entrepreneurial ventures … Continue reading “Pen and Lens”

Prof. Kaleb Dean's Ludis et Veritas

Professor Kaleb Dean’s Masters of Design Year End Show

Congratulations to Professor Kaleb Dean ’14 on his Masters of Design year end show!

Dr. Bakker takes art and design students to the Art Institute in Chicago

Art & Design Students Visit Chicago Museums

World-famous art, just a field trip away—Trinity Art & Design students visit downtown Chicago museums

Andrea Sanchez and Elizabeth Vande Griend's art work on display

Trinity Alums Featured in Art Exhibit

Recent grads Andrea Sanchez and Elizabeth Vande Griend recently showcased their artwork at the yo:u gallery in Chicago .

Seerveld Gallery

Seerveld Gallery

Art is a dialogue without words. Just as in a good library where a wide range of views are represented, so in our gallery you will see a cross section of work and viewpoints from across the art world. Facebook:

Bakker’s Galesburg Portrait Project

To be in Galesburg at night is to hear a cacophony of train whistles and Harley engines, but for portraitist and Knox Artist-in-Residence John Bakker, bikers and train conductors can only begin to encapsulate the Galesburg experience.