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Jennifer Vanderpool

Garment Girl by Jennifer Vanderpool

September 21, 2018

The exhibition interlaces stories of struggle with labor activism through evoking questions about the unseen garment workers sewing in sweatshops Read More

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Pyrometric | Earth and Ash in the Anthropocene

May 24, 2018

Pyrometric investigates fire through the intersection of art, ecology, and the environment. Read More

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Nsenga Knight: Other Stars

May 22, 2018

Using historical archives, memoirs and ritual, artworks are influenced by Islamic geometric art and the Black experience. Read More

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Resilient Women: The Art of Daggi Wallace

April 20, 2018

Hyperrealist pastel artist creates works that relate to her childhood in divided Berlin and the #MeToo movement Read More

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Rotem Reshef | Time Traveler: Compass

November 20, 2017

A site-specific installation by artist Rotem Reshef of interwoven scrolls that highlight humanity’s interaction with, and interpretation of, the four seasons. Read More

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Convergencia/Convergence

July 6, 2017

An exhibition of contemporary art by Paraguayan artists in a variety of styles and media. Read More

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Vulnerability inVisibility

July 6, 2017

This exhibit features work by photographer Mary Fashbaugh, which investigates the limits of sensory communication by combining visual and braille descriptions. Read More

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Shakespeare: A Celebration

May 2, 2017

Artists from the Britain's Royal Watercolour Society and the Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers will show an exciting and diverse range of works, inspired by Shakespeare’s writings. Read More

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CLUFest 2017: Forward

December 2, 2016

CLUFest explores the growth of cutting edge technology in an unconventional way. Read More

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Rebecca Campbell: You are Here

July 30, 2016

Motivated by the lack of women’s representation in the art world, and in homage to the artists who inspire her, Campbell began her You are Here project in Fall 2015, which features a series of portraits of women artists working in Los Angeles. Read More