Wassily Kandinsky Sketchbook multimedia exhibit drawing Schumacher Gallery Capital University students

Capital Students Collaborate to Create Immersive Exhibit for All. 

Art may be subjective, but the talents of Capital students are indisputable.

The Kandinsky Sketchbook exhibit at Capital University is not just for art lovers. The multimedia exhibit combines music and poetry to engage multiple senses and challenges the traditional role of a gallery. In the same breath, patrons can witness private-collection Kandinsky pieces, listen to student-composed pieces, and read poetry created specifically for each sketch.


Wassily Kandinsky is remembered as one of the first creators of pure abstraction in modern painting. During his childhood in Odessa, Ukraine, Kandinsky began drawing and experimenting with color, a passion that would continue throughout his life. Kandinsky’s work can be found all over the world, including The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York and the Lenbachhaus Gallery in Munich.


An exclusive collection of Kandinsky’s sketches can now be found at The Schumacher Gallery at Capital University. The Kandinsky Sketchbook exhibit, open until  26 April 2022, is on loan from Edward Khodorkovsky. Lear more