Exhibitions

The majority of exhibits presented are in the service of the goals of the department of Art in exposing its students to exemplary art works and artists who are currently engaged in the 'art world' of semiotics, critical theory and the economics of the practice. As a teaching facility, it is the 'lab' or stage upon or within which contemporary visual art, and its related conceptual underpinnings - is examined, experimented with, and explicated.

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Wendy Seller, Visual Metaphors, New Paintings

January 23 - February 19

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Parallels: Investigations of Geometry and Gesture

February 27 - March 22

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Richard Whitten: Sabbatical Exhibition

April 1 - 19
Reception: April 3, 5-8 p.m.; Lecture: April 17, 6 p.m.

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Annual Student Exhibitions

April 24 - May 17

Page last updated: Feb. 14, 2014