Jesuit Dallas Museum

Current/Upcoming

Bob Stuth-Wade, Whatever you do, that which makes you feel most alive, that is where God is.

Please join us for the opening reception of the exhibition Bob Stuth-Wade, “Whatever you do, that which makes you feel most alive, that is where God is.” Alumni artist, Stuth-Wade will exhibit landscape paintings, watercolors, and drawings from many different areas including: Sulphur Springs Fish Camp on the Colorado River, Big Bend and Canyon de Chelly.  His self-directed art education began under his mentor, Dallas artist, Perry Nichols, when Bob was still at student at Jesuit Dallas.   All works included in the exhibition will be on loan from Valley House Gallery.

Thursday, January 10, 2019, 6:00p.m. – 8:00p.m. in the Historical Library. Artist to speak at 6:45 pm. Sponsored by the Jesuit Dallas Museum and boosters of the Jesuit Ursuline Ranger Band, the free social event will include the opening of the exhibit, a student jazz ensemble, hors d'oeuvres, and beverages. The band will also be accepting donations in support of the Jesuit Ursuline Ranger Band private lesson scholarships.

RSVP to Museum Director, Elizabeth Hunt Blanc ehuntblanc@jesuitcp.org or 972-387-8700 ext 383

WPA ARTISTS IN THE JESUIT DALLAS MUSEUM COLLECTION

To liaison with the Fine Arts Department and Jesuit’s production of the play The Grapes of Wrath, the JDM created the exhibition, WPA Artists in the Jesuit Dallas Museum Collection. Artists from the collection that participated in the WPA, Federal Art Project (1935 – 43) of the WPA (Works Progress Administration) were, Will Barnet, Herbert Bayer, Riva Helfond, Chet LaMore, Russell Limbach, and Beatrice Mandelman.

THE BUILDERS, THE GREAT HUMAN RACE, JOHN L. DOYLE, (1939 – 2010)

Hall of Honors
The purpose of The Builders is to show how man’s ideas and concepts relate to the structures of The Great Human Race and his reflects his fascination with the human condition. The artist described himself as an “image maker,” a person devoted to producing visual conceptions. Many of his works have a historical or architectural perspective that derives from careful observation and research.