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Exhibits & Events

Come appreciate the work of artists from around the world, including our own here in Beloit.

Current Exhibits

nevertheless, she persisted: Prints by Modern and Contemporary Women Artists

   Sue Coe     Second Millennium, 1997     © Sue Coe
January 15 until 4:00pm on March 5

Prints by contemporary woman artists highlight a broad range of subjects from social and political issues to more personal concerns and perspectives.


Upcoming Exhibits

Feb 2021

Not your frontline

Even in moments of vulnerability, Black femmes are subjected to speculation and discredited for their worth. Black femmes over time have stood to be the backbones and pioneers of many social justice movements. Yet they have been excluded from their own autonomies and shamed for expressing even their most crude desires.


Previous Exhibits

Nov 2020

Needlework is for Girls

Needlework is for Girls highlights etchings by women artists held in the Wright Museum of Art’s permanent collection. Needlework, like sewing and embroidery, generally evokes the domestic work of women, but late in the 19th century, women artists wielded a different type of needle, and made a space for themselves in the male dominated world of printmaking.

May 2020

Dangerous Women

What is it about a woman reading that has captivated hundreds of artists over the centuries? Students in French 240: Characters of French Literature, have explored this question through French literature, art, and theatre from the Middle Ages to the present.


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