Join us every First Saturday for a building-wide exhibits reception, 3-5 pm. View upcoming dates here. Admission to our galleries is free!


Contemporary Innovations:
Nakeya Brown  |  X-pressions: Black Beauty Still Lifes

September 5–27

E-xpressions: Black Beauty Still Life by Nakeya Brown

Brown’s photographs position black cultural ephemera dating from the mid-century period onward as central subjects within her still lifes. She challenges the shortfalls of the still life tradition, a genre that historically omits facets of black life and the narratives of women, by picturing black female subjectivity before her lens.

Pamela Crockett  |  Dance of Decay

Oil paintings & mixed-media sculpture
September 5–27

Canna Seed by Pamela Crockett

Intrigued by decomposing pods, unraveling bulbs, and dried aquatic fragments, Crockett creates paintings that capture both the fragility and the vitality of the earth and its oceans. Observing inanimate objects challenges Crockett to imbue the subject matter with the movement of a dance.  


Zdeno Mayercak  |  Sculptures.

Mixed-media sculpture
September 5–27

The Kiss by Zdeno Mayercak

Sculptures features three-dimensional works showing the duality of anguish prevalent around the world, and the tools used by humans to survive it. 


Skip Lawrence  |  The Crowd

Mixed-media paintings
September 5–November 1

Personalities by Skip Lawrence

A series of abstract portraiture depicting personalities both already known, and yet to be known. By using unrecognizable form and muted tone, Lawrence invites viewers to identify their own familiarities.  


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