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Past Exhibitions

intrinsic-discipline-withholding-rebirth-embodied-overlap-re/identify-Samsara-rebirth-communal

November 17, 2019

intrinsic-discipline-withholding-rebirth-embodied-overlap-re/identify-Samsara-rebirth-communal intrinsic-discipline-withholding-rebirth-embodied-overlap-re/identify-Samsara-rebirth-communal is a convergence of multiple studio practices working with concerns and experiences of humanity. The emphasis of the coursework is photo-based media, but is open to advanced methods in all areas of studio art; the course invites cross-media critique and provides opportunities for students to prepare for the professional world upon graduation. Under…

Alicia Smith – Secondhand Ceremonies

October 1, 2019

Alicia Smith – Secondhand Ceremonies Alicia Smith is a Xicana artist and activist. She received her BFA in Fine arts with an emphasis in Contemporary Sculpture and Printmaking from the University of Oklahoma and her MFA at the School of Visual Arts. Her work uses the abject and sublime to investigate certain ideas. She is…

Rapheal Begay – Lest We Forget

July 17, 2019

Rapheal Begay – Lest We Forget With love and art in mind, Lest We Forget is a commemorative, creative exploration of space and time with respect to Diné cultural understandings stemming from the Navajo Nation. In addition, the show supplements an ongoing investigation and development of the ongoing photographic series, A Vernacular Response: an attempt…

Allyson Packer – Portal/Portal

May 18, 2019

Allyson Packer – Portal/Portal Portal/Portal Some ways to describe Portal/Portal: When you walk outside after it has rained on certain spring days, you may experience that rare sensation of the air temperature matching the exact surface temperature of your skin. You are suddenly unable to fully detect the barrier between your body and everything else…

Chelsea Darter – A Prairie Fisher King

March 16, 2019

Chelsea Darter – A Prairie Fisher King Named after the wounded Fisher King of Arthurian Legend, A Prairie Fisher Kingespouses the notion of home as both a site of idealization and a locus for wounding. Drawing from memory, a narrative is woven in the form of photographs and text of the rural Iowa countryside where…

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