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painting of nebulous white form on a dark background


Tuesday, March 20, 2018 (All day)

Ghosted presents current work from six second-year graduate students. Working across media, scale, and themes, these artists are conceptually united through their affinity for the immaterial,...
Amy Corey: Knitting In Public

Amy Corey: Knitting In Public

Sunday, March 4, 2018 (All day)

Amy Corey's "Knitting In Public" sees the potential in the diametric form of the knit stitch and elevates it to fine art.

work by Sally Clegg

Sally Clegg: Bundle

Sunday, March 4, 2018 (All day)

Sally Clegg's solo exhibition "Bundle" features a series of prints and paintings addressing themes of procreation, femininity, human connection and the body.

Student work from CARBON

CARBON: an exhibition of work by undergraduate and graduate students

Thursday, February 8, 2018 (All day)

Carbon is an exhibition of work by the 2017 recipients of the Collaborative Aggregates Art Scholarship. It brings together six undergraduate and graduate students in the Department of Art who work in a broad range of materials, languages, and concerns. Some explore the dynamic relationship between the body, performance, and place. Others mine personal and social memories to create intimate landscapes of photographs, drawings, letters, and prints

Work by Bill Rock

Bill Rock: Recent Work/Primitive Ideas

Sunday, January 28, 2018 (All day)

Bill Rock's solo exhibition "Recent Work/Primitive Ideas" investigates the ideas published in Andre Breton's “Manifesto of Surrealism”, which had its belief that our imagination is as valid as our perceived reality.

work by Tess Rock

Tess Rock: Fallen

Sunday, January 28, 2018 (All day)

Tess Rock's solo exhibition "Fallen" is a collection of drawings and paintings based on the artist’s contemplation on the notion of falling, Rock's new paintings speak of her reverence for fallen objects, such as husks and seed pods, that decompose or reenergize through reseeding.