Bachmeier and Guan Exhibit together at Rourke Art Museum

Bachmeier and Guan collaborative exhibition at Rourke Art Museum Professors Brad Bachmeier and Zhimi Guan’s 2nd collaborative exhibition, “Convergence/Transcendence,” is on display at the Rourke Art Museum now through March 19. The exhibit debuted with a member preview Friday, Jan. 27 and the public opening on Sunday the 29th. Art critic, historian and writer Pamela Sund collaborated with the Rourke […]

Brad Bachmeier “Badlands Origins” Ceramic Exhibition

School of Art Professor Brad Bachmeier’s newest body of ceramic work will be on exhibition this month at the Bismarck Art and Galleries Association Gallery from Nov. 1-24 with a reception and gallery talk this Friday, Nov. 4thfrom 5-7:00. The exhibition features work from 2 artist-in-residency programs that Professor Bachmeier conducted this summer at Theodore Roosevelt National Park in ND […]

Artwork by MSUM Faculty in 40th Annual Plains Gala and Art Auction

Professors Bradley Bachmeier (Art), Chris Walla (Art), and Kevin Zepper (English), will have their artwork in the upcoming Plains Art Museum Spring Gala 2022. The gala will be held on Saturday, May 7th from 7:00 PM till midnight. Artwork is to be auctioned off with a percentage of the proceeds benefitting the Plains Art Museum. This year’s gala theme is […]

State and National Park Artist in Residency Programs

Professor and ceramic artist Brad Bachmeier will conduct Artist-in-Residencies this May at Makoshika State Park in Montana and Theodore Roosevelt National Park in N.D. Bachmeier helped both parks establish their first AIR-host program. Bachmeier will provide free public programs, demonstrations and workshops entitled “Earth Echoes” at both parks. He will spend his time studying the local clays, geology, history, people, […]

MSUM Faculty and Students Conduct Research at the Poverty Point World Heritage Site

Last week a group of students and faculty from Minnesota State University Moorhead traveled to the Poverty Point World Heritage Site in northeast Louisiana. The main focus of their efforts was to examine places of interest identified during a 3D Ground Penetrating Radar survey of the site in November 2019. This project, led by Rinita Dalan (Anthropology and Earth Science), […]