April 26, 2019 Reception 6-9p (Performances at 7:00 & 8:00) Inspired by his research in social cognition and his work directing theater, Willats uses the tools of the body, the camera, and video to interrogate language, and its absence, as a mediator of memory, technology, and ritual. Part dance, part video-art, the central performance of…
March 1–31, 2019 One must travel through a variety of landscapes physically, emotionally, intellectually, and spiritually. This collection of work represents the range and terrain of the artist’s expedition into the known and unknown. These paintings reflect and project a story of questioning, self reflection , unraveling, letting go, rebuilding and remembering. The conclusion of…
This exhibition features the various works of 5 artist working in the African American Diaspora expression. Together their voices create a new narrative that recites stories as individuals and experiences of the whole.
H. Ward Miles strongly feels that her work has an important and necessary dual meaning. There is the personal and there is the political.
Her paintings, often described as maps of her memories, give her audience a sense of great joy and happiness, but maintain enough of an edge to provide contrast and interest.
With the help of instructor Stephanie Bruce, a group of artists will be presenting “The Dog Show,” an exhibition that includes the work of a variety of students (and just a few faculty/staff) within multiple art mediums.
Mining Strata: Interventions on Waste reevaluates resources deemed “waste” and invites the materials back in to a meticulous, loving atmosphere. The artist is interested in assigning new purpose and life to the curated elements, providing them a unique trajectory.
Broadcast is a collaborative body of work exploring the idea of mechanical surveillance. The work illustrates what portraiture would look like if made by a machine.
Refuse to Sea is a light reactive exhibition that aims to bring to the foreground environmental concerns.
Portraits in Color is an evolving body of work that focuses on capturing the color and character of artists and performers in the queer community.
Unmended is an exploration of familial legacy in the aftermath of loss. The pieces in this series, photographs of my deceased grandparents’ farmhouse in the years before and after their passing, represent a home in transition through the stages of grief and acceptance.