Spring 2015


Spring Exhibitions include:

  • Freedom Summer: A Student Response Exhibition
  • Figures in a Garden: The Ideal World in Chinese Art
  • William McGee, Abstract Expressionist

Ongoing exhibitions (through June 27):

  • Art History @ a Glance
  • Global Perspectives
  • The Charles M. Messer Leica Camera Collection


Our Galleries are open January 27 - June 27

CLOSED, Saturday, March 28

Tuesday-Friday 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Saturday Noon-5 p.m.

We are FREE & OPEN to ALL

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Upcoming Events

The Jade Dragons of Hongshan

Reception and Guest Lecture

Tuesday, April 7, 2015, Reception: 6 p.m., Lecture: 7 p.m.

Professor Guanglin Tian, Liaoning Normal University, Dalian, Liaoning Province, China

An exploration of excavations in Liaoning Province associated with the Neolithic Hongshan Culture dating from approximately 4,700-2,900 B.C.E. Discoveries include a unique ancient temple complex with stone platforms and painted murals, monumental clay figures, and the earliest representations of the dragon in Chinese art. 

Movie Night: Art & Craft

Wednesday, April 15, 2015, 7 p.m.

Film: Art & Craft (2014) (90 mins.) Introduction by Robert S. Wicks, Art Museum Director.

Mark Landis has been called one of the most prolific art forgers in US history. His impressive body of work spans thirty years, covering a wide range of painting styles and periods that includes 15th century icons, Picasso, and even Walt Disney. And while the copies could fetch impressive sums on the open market, Landis isn’t in it for money. Posing as a philanthropic donor, a grieving executor of a family member’s will, and most recently as a Jesuit priest, Landis has given away hundreds of works over the years to a staggering list of institutions across the United States. But after duping Matthew Leininger, a tenacious registrar who ultimately discovers the decades-long ruse and sets out to expose his philanthropic escapades to the art world, Landis must confront his own legacy and a chorus of museum professionals clamoring for him to stop.
ART & CRAFT starts out as a cat-and-mouse art caper, rooted in questions of authorship and authenticity—but what emerges is an intimate story of obsession and the universal need for community, appreciation, and purpose.