THRU JUNE 14
The annual College of Letters and Science Graduate Student Exhibition of creative works by 29 students in seven programs (art, design, art history, creative writing, music, Native American studies, cultural studies) will be held online at the Manetti Shrem Museum of Art website.
THRU JUNE 28
Ceramics: Best of the Best. PENCE GALLERY. Curator and ceramic artist Eileen Hendren chose 19 artists whose work represents both a technical mastery and a conceptual sophistication in regards to contemporary ceramics.
This exhibit will be viewable online only at www.pencegallery.org from May 14-31. From June 1-28, this exhibit might become viewable in person as well if the shelter in place order is lifted for the Pence to open.
Some but not all of the featured artists include: Rene Martucci, Michele Fisher, Sandy Whetstone, Iver and Jennifer Hennig, Kathy Kearns, Julie Clements, Ian Basset, Janet Crittenden, Bonnie Belt, Bret Ward, and a host of other talented ceramic artists!
THRU JULY 2
Rare Birds. PENCE GALLERY. Check online at www.pencegallery.org for artwork & YouTube for an exhibit tour and special bird programs!
Avian enthusiasts have long regarded the graceful flight patterns and plumage of birds as worthy of study and artistic rendering. Birds from prehistoric times onwards have been depicted as symbols of freedom, motherhood, and the divine.
Rare Birds assembles paintings and sculptures on the topic of birds and their nests. Participating regional artists include Suzanne Adan, Paula Bellacera, Mary Czechan Coldren, Diana Lewis Coleman, Lynn Criswell, Natasha Dikareva, Anne Gregory, Mark Gleason, Sasinun Kladpetch, Nelson Loskamp, Katie McCann, Mike Stevens, Marsha Schindler, and Sandy Whetstone.
Note: The following shows have been suspended during the Corona-19 pandemic. Please check back later.
THRU MAY 30
The Beginning & The End
MANETTI SHREM MUSEUM. Pioneering conceptual artist Stephen Kaltenbach explores time, fame, anonymity at his first U.S. solo exhibition in 40 Years.
THRU JUNE 19
Works by Marwin Begaye
C.N. GORMAN MUSEUM, UCD Hart Hall. Begaye (Diné) includes prints, wood blocks & multi-media works to create a conceptual homage to birds. For the artist, birds are about our relationships—to nature, to one another, to culture. Gallery Talk scheduled for April 10.