Concordia’s Art Department offers dedicated on-campus studio space so you can focus on creating and showcasing your art while being surrounded by other artists and mentors. Our hands-on learning environment creates a culture that supports curiosity, imagination and investigation.
Brommer Art Center
Concordia’s art building, Brommer Art Center, houses fabrication facilities, multi-purpose classrooms, media-specific studios and workshops, student and faculty studios, staff and faculty offices, a state-of-the-art computer design lab and exhibition space. Whatever form your art takes, you’ll have all the resources you need to grow and create the career of your dreams.
Marxhausen Gallery and Red Path Gallery
The Marxhausen Gallery of Art on campus and Red Path Gallery in downtown Seward host the artwork of students, faculty and professional artists from around the world. Through a diverse mix of exhibitions, performances, screenings and conversations, these local galleries provide a public forum for the presentation and contemplation of contemporary art, curatorial practice and scholarship. You’ll have direct access to arts professionals working across disciplines and a place to showcase your own art.
Center for Liturgical Art
The Center for Liturgical Art was established as an institute of Concordia University, Nebraska to create art for worship and witness, while advocating for visual arts in Christian life and practice. Through internships and volunteer opportunities, you can join a group of artists who share the importance of ecclesiastical art and the impact it has on our lives as Christians.