Exhibits & Events

Mark your calendars for the 2019/20 Schedule

Current Exhibits

Signs and Love Songs

   Rafael Francisco Salas Ceremony (coda), 2019, oil on canvas.
January 28 until March 28

The work of Trina May Smith and Rafael Francisco Salas reflects a national moment viewed through visual culture in America, on its highways and in its ditches, fields and back alleyways. From these artworks emerge a sentiment of decline and loss.



January 28 until April 3

Reflections by Terrence A. Reese is a series of black-and-white documentary-style photographs of renowned Americans reflected in a mirror strategically placed within their personal living spaces. Their lives and careers - have shaped the political, economic and social realities of the world.


Color and Chemistry

January 28 until February 27

Throughout history artists have closely aligned with chemists. The exhibition Color and Chemistry will explore art through the scientific lens, and study various artist’s color palettes, materials and techniques.


Previous Exhibits

Dec 2019

COMPARE: Images of Childhood

Curated by students in EDYS 276: East Asian Education, Culture, and Society, this exhibition explores different cultural lenses on childhood and how artists have borrowed across cultures to frame these young subjects.

Nov 2019

On the Basis of Patterns

A solo exhibition of intricate line drawings by Megan Sheffer’10 which investigates, questions, and attempts to translate systems and definitions of mental health.

Aug 2019

Heaven Ren Earth: The Yellow River of China

Through historic and contemporary photos, as well as maps, this exhibition explores how scientific and artistic representations of the Yellow River shape our attempts to understand it.


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