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Julie Green Exhibition, The Last Supper, Liberal Arts Gallery, for Kirsten Furlong

Current Visual Arts Center Exhibitions and Events

In The Mix
Visual Arts Center, Gallery One – Liberal Arts Building 170
Exhibition dates: January 25th – March 26th, 2019
Reception: February 7th, 2019 5-7pm – Free and open to the public

In The Mix is an exhibition of thirteen artists exploring the complexities of bi-racial and multi-racial identities to promote a larger discussion and dialogue. The artworks include photography, painting, video, installation, books, and sculpture that examine personal histories, historical definitions and stereotypes, and the influence of mixed race histories on contemporary cultural definitions. Exhibition sponsored by the College of Arts and Sciences, the School of the Arts, and the Visual Arts Center and curated by Kirsten Furlong. Regular gallery hours during exhibition are Monday-Thursday 10am-5pm and Friday 10am-2pm. (closed for President’s Day and Spring Break)

Artists:
Jared Andreas
Leslie Barlow
Collin Calvin
Angela Drakeford
Parisa Ghaderi
Pato Hebert
Jade Hoyer
May Kytonen
Ahree Lee
Troy Mathews
Alexander Newman
Bart Vargas
Will Wilson

Image: Troy Mathews, The Black Body Problem (detail), latex paint, acrylic paint, and welding crayon on unstretched drop cloth, 2016


2019 Annual Student Juried Exhibition
Visual Arts Center, Gallery Two – Hemingway Center 110
Exhibition: January 25th – March 26th, 2019
Reception: February 7th, 2019 5-7pm (Awards announced at 6pm)

ABOUT THE JUROR
Pauli Ochi founded Ochi Projects in Los Angeles, California in 2015 and also runs Ochi Gallery in Ketchum, Idaho. She received a BA in Art and Art History from Colgate University and a MA in Art Business from Claremont Graduate University. Ochi is committed to working closely with emerging artists and offers programming that strives to engage audiences and foster dialogue around new contemporary art. Ochi Projects participates in national and international art fairs and organizes off-site programming and events that include panel discussions, artist walk-throughs, performances and workshops.

Awards sponsored by the College of Arts and Sciences, the Department of Art, Design, and Visual Studies and the Visual Arts Center. Detail images of artworks by (left to right): Lemuel Saputra, Melissa Maxey, and Brittany Bishop. Regular gallery hours during exhibition are Monday-Thursday 10am-5pm and Friday 10am-2pm. (closed for President’s Day and Spring Break)