Student Spotlight Series: Curating for Equity

A view of the Women's History Month Exhibition

February-April, 2022, Krottinger Family Gallery, Located in Mitchell Education Center

Curating for Equity is a part of a series of three student-curated exhibitions that feature work from BIPOC designers, centering on a different topic each month. The month of February will center on the contributions of Black designers throughout history, March will center on women in design and April will focus . . .  read more

When Worn

Exhibit Dates: March 2—26, 2020

When Worn features the work of emerging and established jewelers and metalsmiths from across the nation.

When Worn highlights the act of adornment. When placed on the body, jewelry, transforms not only the appearance of its wearer, but it inserts itself between the adorned and audience as a signal and an invitation . . .  read more

Poetic Embroidery

Red Dirt Rug - Art Prize

Exhibit Dates: September 6 – 27
Opening Reception: September 6, 5:30 – 7:30 pm

Poetic Embroidery displays two large-scale installations, Tales of Woah by Kelly Rogers and Red Dirt Rug by Rena Detrixhe. Connected by the concept of story, these two artists explore variation in the process of embroidery, presenting . . .  read more