Exhibitions

Fall 2021

 

Keith + Kari 

September 15–December 12, 2021

Contemporary ceramic artist Kari Marboe responds with site-specific works in dialogue with the 19th century California landscape painter William Keith. Contemplating change and time, Kari explores the truth of place through form and materials specific to the region's identity of wilderness and Keith's artistic practice. 

Keith + Kari

 

Collective Memories: Stonecuts from Cape Dorset 

September 15–December 12, 2021

Celebrating Inuit artists and printmakers, Collective Memories features contemporary stonecut prints from the college’s permanent collection. Created in the 1960s through the early 1970s, these prints speak to the collaborative and reflective nature of artmaking practiced at a remote art co-operative in Nunavut, Canada.

Collective Memories

 

 

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Spring 2022

 

Power & Purpose: Reflections on the African Art Collection

February 16–June 19, 2022

Power lives in objects. Featuring the African Art from the permanent collection, this exhibition highlights selected works redirecting narrative to the descendants impacted by the African Diaspora. Power & Purpose responds to the objects' histories and how this informs living identities. Guest curated by Kathy Littles, Ph.D., with reflections by SMC students and recent alumni.

 

Stock

February 16–May 8, 2022

English artist and SMC faculty professor Andrew Mount presents an oeuvre of installation and media art exploring signifiers, hierarchy, and capitalism. Through participation and social engagement, Stock invites visitors to pause and reflect upon the empirical structures and encoded meanings beyond our visibility. 

Artist Dialogue: Thursday, February 17 

 

Capstone Student Exhibition

May 18–June 19, 2022

A group exhibition showcasing works in printmaking, painting, sculpture, digital art, and photography of graduating art practice students. 

Opening Reception: Thursday, May 19 

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