Student Cultural Center
The Office of Multicultural Affairs at Creighton University is proud to also host a "Student Cultural Center" within its office suite. We have permanent photos, paintings, drawings, tapestry, and other forms of art--in addition to our visiting exhibits from students and community artists!
Please click on the name of the artist below for information and to view a sample of their exhibited works...
Current Community Artist Exhibit: Alicia Sancho Scherich
Exhibit on display in the Office of Multicultural Affairs, Harper Center (#3006) until February 2011.
(Panel on the left)
The miraculous microcosm that we are has also been the subject of inquiry, investigation, observation and finally control by Man.
Neurons, photographed for the first time by Santiago Ramón y Cajal (1906 Nobel Prize Winner) advanced the knowledge and understanding of the awesome capabilities of the human brain.
In this panel woman emerges as the creator, life giver and maker of man.
From her silent communication with the new life she carries within, to the constant care and love she bestows upon her child, Woman guides, educates, protects and builds the man of tomorrow.
The Pelvic bone represents the vessel in which we all have evolved since the dawn of human existence.
As her image emerged in my mind and took hold on my canvas, I had the cognition that we are all one.
(Panel on the Right)
This is an interpretation of Nobel Prize winner and humanitarian.
Simplicity of design and depth of content was the aim when attempting to depict this servant of humanity. The frugality of color denotes her surroundings. The images of the needy on the folds of her garment signify the imprint of their lives on her conscience.