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Membership Options for the Arthur Secunda Museum

Consider supporting the Secunda Museum with a Membership   What has art done for you lately? The Sisters’ Story: I brought the sisters to the museum because I needed to pick up some papers. I promised them we would only stay a few minutes. An hour later, the girls reluctantly agreed to leave. They lost […]

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Secunda Museum

The largest public display of art in Livingston County The Arthur Secunda Museum celebrates the life and work of one of Michigan’s most accomplished artists. Arthur Secunda is an internationally renowned artist whose art career began in Detroit, Michigan more than 65 years ago. Secunda is known for his brilliant collages, striking graphics and iconic […]

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Arthur Secunda FAQ

Museum Information: The Arthur Secunda Museum at Cleary University began as a single-artist, university museum featuring a variety of art created by Arthur Secunda from the 1950s through 2012. The Museum was to be created in four phases, the first three of which have been completed and are open to the public. In a unique […]

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Secunda Media

Secunda Publications From the Beginning: The Torah and Old Testament Monotypes of Arthur Secunda. Brief Book Summary: Between 1993 and 2007, Arthur Secunda, an internationally renowned artist, created approximately 140 monotypes illustrating verses of the Torah and Old Testament. Monotypes are original paintings created on a non-absorbent surface which subsequently are transferred to paper in […]

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About Arthur Secunda

Arthur Secunda is an internationally renowned artist whose career has spanned six decades. Secunda considers himself a landscape artist, and has developed his own iconography in representing nature, the land and its forms, as well as corresponding inner landscapes. He is known for a specific kind of color gradation and blending of forms in many […]

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Cleary University’s Arthur’s Artist Program Provides Art Training to Youth Transitioning Out of Foster Care

Arthur Secunda Museum program funded by grant through Michigan Council for the Arts and Cultural Affairs; student’s art work on display through June 30, 2016 at museum HOWELL, Mich. – June 27, 2016 – Paintings and sculptures created by participants of Cleary University’s Arthur’s Artists program are on display until June 30, 2016 in the […]

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Undergraduate Course Descriptions

(Course pre-requisites are shown in parentheses.)   ACC 2411 Principles of Accounting I – 4 credits This course examines the basic principles of accounting. Students work through the entire accounting cycle by analyzing and posting business transactions, recording journal entries, and preparing basic financial statements. Other topics include accounting systems and controls, internal control of cash receipts […]

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Tutoring

Tutoring services are offered to facilitate student learning and academic success.  Tutors are available to help students develop skills and confidence to become a more successful learner.  Tutoring services are available to all Cleary students. Students may request tutoring services by contacting the Student Success Center and include the name and section of the course.  […]

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The Collectors

C. EDWARD AND MARY ELLEN WALL The Arthur Secunda Museum collection and exhibitions were built around the extensive Secunda collection of C. Edward and Mary Ellen Wall, residents of Ann Arbor, Michigan. Their collection includes approximately 320 of Secunda’s 350 graphic works. Selected prints, and examples of paintings and collages that inspired creation of specific […]

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Why Fine Art at a Business School?

BUSINESS EDUCATION AND ART It may seem incongruous to some, that a business university would establish and support an art museum. In reality, art is a metaphor for management practice, entrepreneurship, and innovation. In all endeavors it is not what the eye sees that counts; it is what the mind is prepared to comprehend. In […]

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