Current/Upcoming Exhibitions

September – December, 2017

Historical Library. Opening reception is Friday, September 8, 2017 6 p.m. – 8 p.m.
RSVP to Elizabeth Hunt Blanc,

To celebrate the 75th Anniversary of the school, two important alumni artists will be featured in the Historical library. Jared Moossy, '98 photojournalist, will exhibit photographs. The Austin-based documentary photographer was in Libya during the uprising against Muammar Gaddafi, he was in Afghanistan at the height of the U.S.-led campaign against the Taliban and he traveled to Mexico to cover that nation's war on drugs. Each time, he risked his life to bring back the news, highlighting the perilous yet essential role photojournalists play — a role he helped present in HBO’s documentary series Witness.

Brooks Oliver

Ceramic artist and Archie Bray Fellow will display ceramic works in the front cases. Brooks Oliver received his MFA in Studio Art with a ceramics concentration at The Pennsylvania State University in 2014. While there he also taught and acted as the Ceramic Technical Assistant. He received his BFA in Studio Arts with ceramics and sculpture concentrations at Southern Methodist University in 2010, and then completed his post baccalaureate studies at Syracuse University in 2012. He was the artist in residence at the Archie Bray Foundation in Helena, Montana. He is represented by the Ro2 Art Gallery in Dallas, Texas.

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)

3rd Floor, Terry Center
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.


Elizabeth Hunt Blanc
Museum Director
972-387-8700 x383
972-661-9349 (fax)