Fall 2019–Spring 2020
Art of the Book Exhibition Run: February 4 - Closed early due to COVID-19 concerns. Check back frequently for any additional information.
Bailey, Alicia: Endangered II, Endangered Volume III, and Popillia Japonica Baldner, Karen: Rising Hackles, Another Side, and Letting Go Bryant, Sarah: The Address, It is Mandatory to Complete This Section, and The Radiant Republic Buller, Rachel: and finally I shall study these trees, like maps to an unknown treasure Bury, Michele: Universal Declaration of…
The following artworks have been accepted into the May you Live in Interesting Times exhibition.
Exhibition Dates: September 10 – November 23, 2019 Eric Conrad employs resolutely “anti-art” materials such as cast-off clothing, team mascots and cheap souvenirs to create sculptures that are simultaneously funny, creepy and surprisingly moving. His works, which typically involve multiple figures in awkward situations, evoke the general confusion of life, love, thwarted desires and mistaken signals. The inherently democratic nature of his materials only underscores the universality of the emotions and experiences his figures express.