of Antarctica - Permanent Exhibit. Antarctica, unlike
most continents, has had not so much settled cultures as wandering
bands of explorers, scientists and students. What kind of art
has Antarctica inspired from its visitors?
of Antarctica - Permanent Exhibit.
Dive into the artifacts and records of human settlement and exploration of the coldest
continent on Earth. Shakleton's endurance and all the themes of our history, our historical successes
Journey into a World of Magic.
New Exhibition 2012: we descend into the place you have been feeling
intimations of in dreamtime, magnified by those of daytime.
The place of menacing figures who show none, and the brash erasure
Art Feature Exhibition 2012: Pets. This
year's theme was pets in Antarctica and how they keep companionship
with people who may not have many friends here and are alone
for long periods of time.
it a Ponder! The art of sms messaging. One of
modernisms many new problems is the instantaneousness of communication-
which can yield bitterness and regret. But UANT's favourite
non-human entity shows here how the the individual
can place the proper chains upon their appetite for immediate gratification:
Concept Art of Stanley Von Medvey Summer 2011.
The trailbreaking digital illustrations and conceptual
art of Mr. Von Medvey are honing in on a great vision of space
solar power and other advanced concepts, and how these work
to alleviate the macro scale world problems.
Blak in Contemporary
2011. One of the most innovative young artists with
Antarctic ties working in Europe, Rahim Blak has passed
boundaries and created works of self-expression in a new and original style.
Legal Paralegal. Justice
can be blind no more after UANT's Video of the Year! Barely
Legal Parelegal explores the boundaries between sultry vintage
fantasy and the harsh realities of 21st Century litigation.
Overlawyered? No problem!
||POOR Design: Fall
With a style and hardy self-reliance that recalls Antarctica's
difficult environmental and socioeconomical positon, POOR Design
is developing lines of useful objects using the materials and
worksmanship of the everyday.
Inflatable... easy to carry... easy to transport and
ship. Inflatable design? Puff-Buff Design has taken the work
off of your back with their innovative blow-up style. Come see
how they are inflating our perspective of contemporary art!
Winter 2010 - Delight is the
word, for this exhibit of the work of the finest ice sculptures
of the last three years in Antarctica... where the ice is plentiful
and the working ethic robust and energetic.
Inkey's Confessions of a Reformed Harvard Anthropologist. Titled
'A Perfect Poet,' this
magnum opus by the UN poet laureate sounds the call for the
preservation of Antarctic peace, as the only continent (or place,
for that matter) that human beings have never engaged in war.
September 16, 2010-October 29, 2011 - Aboard the Queen
Mary, Swiss artist Olaf Breuning, now based in New York City, explores
simple themes through the medium of hand drawings... while crossing
Rock and a Hard Place - Ongoing - A Rock and a
Hard Place is our classic and world renown exhibit
of rocks and minerals from around the world. More than just
birthstones! Many samples selected by AU professors while
traveling in Illinois.
Monsters, Dinosaurs and Beasts-
Ongoing - Uant Paleontology in action! See our most popular
exhibit, in conjuction with the Nat. Hst. Museum, featuring Paleozoic Monsters, Mesozoic Dinosaurs and
Cenozoic Beasts. Skeletons are compared with models of the
latest data on what the animal looked like in life.
Back 2007. - Jaworski
enters into the record a tribute and a look into the mirror- a work unveiling and strengthening its owner's resolve and identity alongside
factors making up the flux of experience.
Frontiers- November 18, 2006-January 14, 2008. The theme of
air and space go together- aeronautics and astronautics. From the Wright
Brothers in 1903 to the Moon Landing in 1969, to the 21st Century.
The greatest moments in flight are encapsulated in Final
Botannical Gardens- Ongoing.
The beautiful gardens that are situated here on campus,
heated by the campus heating grid, and a spectacle that cannot
be missed! Go on to see every single Antarctic plant, and those
of other continents as well.