Spring 2015

EXHIBITIONS @ A GLANCE

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

HOURS & INFO

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

Tuesday, February 3 – 5-7 p.m. Open House: Extended Gallery Hours ~ Celebrating New Exhibitions

Tuesday, February 3, 5:30 p.m. Exhibition Lecture

Figures in a Garden: The Ideal World in Chinese Art ~ Ann Barrott Wicks, Ph.D., Department of Art, Miami University
Art historian Ann Barrott Wicks will explain the historical context and philosophical ideas underlying the work chosen for the exhibition of Chinese art at the Art Museum on view through June 27. She will highlight specific works from the show, recounting the surprising circumstances surrounding the acquisition and identification of some of the paintings.


Tuesday, February 10, 6 p.m. International Student Welcome Reception

A Celebration of Diversity / Reception ~ The Art Museum Student Organization (AMSO) will host a reception to welcome international students prior to a gallery talk at 7 p.m. highlighting the capstone exhibition Figures in a Garden: The Ideal World in Chinese Art.

Tuesday, February 10, 7 p.m. Interactive  Gallery Talk

Symbols and Meaning in Chinese Art ~ Abbigail Crawford, Alexandra Czajkowski, Naren Gao, Delaney Lee, Jim McClanahan, Wilson Pittman, Danielle Riggs, Gabrielle Turner and Dr. Ann Barrott Wicks
What is it like to work on a museum show? Hear eight senior art history majors discuss favorite experiences from theirCapstone exhibition, Figures in a Garden: The Ideal World in Chinese Art. The audience will have an opportunity to look and ask questions about individual objects and works in the gallery as well.