The Marquette University Haggerty Museum of Art provides learning opportunities through its exhibitions and programs, enrighing the intellectual and creative life of the students, faculty and community at large by collecting, displaying, interpreting and contextualizing art objects from a range of historical periods and media.
The Haggerty features approximately eight - nine exhibitions each year. Representing the diversity of work in the Permanent Collection, the museum has offered exhibitions celebrating the contributions of the Italian Renaissance “Petite Masters,” American self-taught artists, works addressing social-change issues, modern American printmaking and photography, and contemporary art from Europe, Asia, Africa, Latin America and Wisconsin.
Images explore the trauma of incarcerated individuals and their loved ones
Paintings explore the past, present, and future of North America’s Great Lakes
Works reveal the Bible as an enduring source of inspiration
Selection of work by former recipients
24 lithographs illustrate passages from Rainer Maria Rilke’s only novel