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Koehnline Museum of Art

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Koehnline Museum of Art
Oakton Community College
1600 E Golf Rd
DesPlaines, IL 60016
Venue Type: Museum


© Koehnline Museum of Art
October 1st - October 23rd Feminism Across the Generations
Adrienne Aaronson, Tobi Star Abrams, Elaine Alibrandi, Marcia Babler, Nancy Bechtol, Gaby Berglund Cardenas, Sharron Boxenbaum, Kaye Buchman, Catherine Cajandig, Carmina Cortes, Julie Cowan, Nancy Delman, Marlene Diamond, Linda Ding, Janice Elkins, Jeanne Garrett, Karen Gehse, Peggy Goldman, BARBARA GOLDSMITH, Darlene Kramer Grossman, Meg Guttman, Laurie Talbol Hall, J.K. Hanacek, Arlene Harris, Pamela Hobbs, Ellen Holtzblatt, Sandra Holubow, Katie Hovencamp, Frances Howard, Karyn Janowski, Sarah Kaiser-Amaral, Kathleen Klein, Tonia Klein, Itala Langmar, Judy A. Langston, Laurie Wessman LeBreton, Janice Lieberman, Christine Lofaso, Kathy Mandell, Olena Marshall, Susan Mart, Rebecca McNealy, Rosemary Meza-DesPlas, Anita Ivy Miller, Diane L. Nelson, Margaret Newman, Trish Elwood O'Day, Julia Oehmke, Helene Coutler Palella, Teresa Parod, Mimi Peterson, Joyce Polance, Rhonda Popko, Cheryl Quick, Suanne Rayner, Alice Sharie Revelski, Elaine Ricklin, Gina Lee Robbins, Judith Roth, Donna Sands, Linda Friedman Schmidt, Alisa Singer, Lorrie Slaw, Mary Krebs Smyth, Michelle Thrane, Rhonda Thoms Urdang, Betsy Van Die, Leah Weinberg, Rochelle Weiner, Ellen Wright
Nathan Harpaz, Ph.D. Manager and Curator
September - May Mon - Fri, 10 am - 6 pm Sat, 11 am - 4 pm June - August Mon - Thu, 10 am - 7 pm
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The Koehnline Museum of Art is committed to establishing and encouraging an adventuresome environment for art. Its programs and exhibits are designed for students, College employees, and members of the greater community, and so serve an educational purpose as well as exploring and illuminating current directions in regional, national, and international art. In fulfilling these purposes, the museum.

  • Advocates the support of local art and makes an active effort to present Chicago area artists.
  • Focuses on modern and contemporary art reflecting excellence and educational value through a diversity of genres and aesthetic principles.
  • Seeks opportunities to explore the educational potential of its exhibits, providing supplemental materials and documentation intended to amplify viewers' understanding of art on exhibit and to stimulate research.
  • Provides online resources to develop and increase awareness of both temporary exhibits and the College's permanent collection of modern and contemporary painting, sculpture, and graphic art.
  • Provides expertise for the display, documentation, conservation, and expansion of the College's permanent collection.
  • Serves as a lab for Museum Studies.

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