Spring 2015


Come visit us when our Spring exhibitions open on January 27 through May 16 and June 27.

Spring Exhibitions include:
Freedom Summer: A Student Response Exhibition
Figures in a Garden: The Ideal World in Chinese Art [A CAPSTONE EXHIBITION]
William McGee, Abstract Expressionist

Ongoing exhibitions (Open January 27 - May 16):
Art History @ A Glance, Global Perspectives and The Charles M. Messer Liecca Camera Collection


Our Galleries are open January 27 - June 27
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

What does Freedom mean to you?

Join us for light refreshments, engaging dialog, meet the artist(s) and leave your mark.

Thursday, March 5, 6 p.m.

Hooded Truths

Candace Hunter, Artist, Chicago, IL

In the series of works titled Hooded Truths, Chicago artist Candace Hunter explores the image of the “hoodie” to retell moments of U.S. history, continuing to ask for the full truth, whether painful or not. Hunter uses the process of photo transfer, traditional collage and repetition of images.

Co-Sponsored with the Contemporary Art Forum

Thursday, March 5, 7-9 p.m.

Student Artists' Responses to Freedom Summer

Join Student Artists:

Madeline Hrybyk
Danny Kuhl
Renee (Xuan) Liang
David Malone
Sandra Mattingly
Christopher G. Maurer
Rebekah Mohn
Billy Simms
Claudia Tommasi
Liza Torrence

as they explore visual and narrative concepts of freedom. Participants will have the opportunity to work on large panels creating visual images and/or narratives articulating what “freedom” means to them. Juried exhibition artists will also be available to share insights regarding their inspirations.

The work created this evening by participants will be on display as part of the Student Response Exhibition in gallery one.