Submit an Entry for the Miller Center Student Art Show

In conjunction with the Art Student Union club, University Library will be hosting a juried student art show.

Drop off your ready-to-display 2D or 3D piece (up to two per student) between Oct. 22 and Nov. 4 at the University Library Circulation Desk.

Please complete a release form for each piece of art. Copies of the form can be found in Kiehle Visual Arts Center or at the circulation desk in the library.

Judging and installation will happen the week of November 5. There will be a single purchase prize awarded with two honorable mentions. A short open house will be held on Nov. 15 at 4 p.m.

Questions? Contact Tom Steman, University Archives

Theater As Art: The Costume Sketches of Harvey Jurik

Theater as Art: The Costume Sketches of Harvey Jurik exhibit features costume sketches drawn by Professor Emeritus of Theatre Harvey Jurik between 1972 and 1992. University Archives then matched sketches with photographs from the actual productions, comparing what Professor Jurik imagined the costumes would look like against what actually was created by students.

We invite you to visit the physical exhibit and the actual sketches in University Archives on Miller Center’s 3rd floor. The exhibit will be up for the next year.

Don’t have time to visit Miller Center?  Check out an online version of the exhibit created by University Archives.

A History of the Winter Institute

Collage of historic Winter Institute images from University Archives.

The 55th annual Winter Institute will be held on February 23-24, 2017.

The Winter Institute is an annual celebration of economic education and is a signature event for the Center for Economic Education, the Economics Department and the School of Public Affairs.

University Archives has a display in the Miller Center lobby through the month of February celebrating the Winter Institute’s long history. The display includes images of past speakers, programs, and a few letters from Nobel Prize winning economists, including Paul Samuelson and Milton Friedman.

Alan Greenspan speaks at the Winter Institute in February 1977. Greenspan served as Chairman of the Federal Reserve from 1987 to 2006.

University Archives
University Library
MC 314
Open Monday – Friday 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
(320) 308-4753

Interested in St. Cloud State University History?

Take a trip through time with University Archivist, Tom Steman, as he highlights some of the resources available in University Archives (located on third floor, MC 314, of the Library).

3rdfloor_Archives_0023Explore the collections online via the University Archives website

Contact the University Archives:
Monday – Friday, 8:00 am – 4:30 pm
(or as posted)
(320) 308-4753