Current Exhibitions


Fall 2018 Exhibitions

September 20 through December 16

Wednesday through Sunday, 10 AM to 4 PM



Contemporary Latino Prints from the Serie Project

Graphicanos is a traveling exhibit of serigraphs from the Serie Project. This workshop began as the vision of Sam Coronado’s to bring serigraph techniques to underrepresented artists. Coronado understood the significance of prints as the vital medium of the Chicano Art movement. Since its founding, the Serie Project has hosted many artists contributing to the reflection of the Latinx experiences in the United States. The Saint Mary’s College Museum of Art is proud to display these works courtesy of the Fort Wayne Museum of Art.


Paint from Nature

William Keith and the High Sierra

William Keith returns to the Museum of Art in the exhibition Paint from Nature. This exhibition reveals the artist’s distinct stylistic evolution through High Sierra paintings spanning his career. William Keith became a leading California artist through his epic mountainscapes, paying tribute to the beauty of the American West. Experience Keith in his element and witness his evolution as an artist.



Stanley Koppel

Artist as Activist

A vignette of labor activism in San Francisco, this exhibition illustrates a belief that artists can contribute to creating a more just world. Stanley Koppel: Artist as Activist features a selection of prints recently acquired for the Museum of Art’s permanent collection. Koppel was a founding member of the Graphic Arts Workshop, a San Francisco artist cooperative and extension of the California Labor School. A regular illustrator and graphic artist for union-related publications, Koppel was an artist dedicated to reflecting the social issues of his time.








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