Picture of the Week: Wright Hotel by Stephen Magsig
From its modest beginnings in the 1960's, the Wayne State University Art Collection has grown from 127 objects to include nearly 6000 works of art.
- Brotherville Exhibition Featured in the International Federation of Library Association Newsletter: Library Services to Multicultural Populations
- WSU exhibit spotlights metro Detroit's Arab community
- Heard on CultureShift
- Farah Al Qasimi brings jubliation to New York City Bus Routes
- Labyrinth: Shiva Ahamdi @ Elaine L. Jacobs Gallery
The Fine Lines of Identity: Susan Hauptman's Early Works
Egner & Koutroulis: featuring work by these two influential artists/teachers at the heart of WSU/Detroit's Cass Corridor movement
William Gropper: The Capriccios featuring the full lithographic series
Call & Response: Selections from the Newton/Duffy Correspondence featuring an extensive image gallery and essay.
Roy Gamble: Detroit Painter featuring an extensive image gallery and essay.
Judy Pfaff: Early Works from the WSU Art Collection featuring an extensive image gallery and essay.
German Expressionism from the WSU Art Collection
View the Arthur C. Danto online exhibition REIMAGINING SPIRIT, featuring an extensive image gallery and essays.
Click here to purchase special edition prints benefiting the Arthur C. Danto Scholarship.
Fantastic Four Preserved!
Public sculpture is an integral part of the landscape at Wayne State University.