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Upcoming Exhibitions

Warhol not Warhol?

March 14, 2016 - April 6, 2016

This exhibition of the Wright Museum of Art’s collection of works attributed to Andy Warhol explores the complexity of the notion of authenticity in relation to art. The education-designated screen prints, the Sunday B. Morning appropriation art works, and the Warhol polaroids each approach the notion of authenticity in a distinct manner and raise very specific questions: Is this Art? Is this a Warhol artwork? Must it be authentic to be beautiful?

Research and curation by Samantha Jacobi'16.


Who Art in Heaven
Beloit College Senior Studio Art Show
April 15, 2016 – May 15, 2015

Opening and Reception
April 15th: 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.

Each April, the Wright Museum of Art is turned over to the senior studio art majors to exhibit their creative works.

This year's seniors include Silvia Abelson, Elizabeth Durham, Grace Gockel, Antonio Jones, Wilson Neal, and Phillip Timmons.

Come celebrate their imaginations and the hard work needed to bring their visions into the world.


59th Annual Beloit & Vicinity Exhibition
May 28, 2016 – July 28, 2016

The Beloit and Vicinity Exhibition held at the Wright Museum of Art on the Beloit College campus is entering its 59th year. This annual juried show attracts many artists from the surrounding region, with more than thirty artists coming to Beloit to participate in the month long exhibition.


The Urban Abyss
by artist Jesse Howard
May 28, 2016 – July 28, 2016

Solo exhibition of the winner of the 58th annual Beloit and Vicinity Exhibition.

ARTIST STATEMENT: The African American male today is faced with centuries of myths and miss guided perceptions perpetuated by the dominant cultural that it has reached a fever pitch across the country. At times, he is a prisoner within himself and/or the neighborhood he’s trapped in, usually because of his race or circumstances; one could argue that he was dead before birth.