Past Exhibitions

Drawn From 

Lina Dib, Hollis Hammonds, Leigh Anne Lester, Lorraine Tady 

October 23 - November 21, 2017


Photography in Place  

Jean-Sebastien Boncy, Leigh Merrill, Allison V. Smith 

September 18 - October 13, 2017


Works by Recent Alumni 

Meredith Cawley, Daniel Bertalot, Kyle McAvoy, Jospeh Cowart, Julia Six, Brad Stevens, Bethany Hargrove, Nathan Sapio, Farrah Al Sulaiman, Caleb Jackson, Nathan Westerman, Don Henson

May 31 - September 9, 2017 10

57th Annual Faculty Exhibit 

Jack Barnosky, Kate Borcherding, Chuck Drumm, Rebecca Finely, Michael Henderson, Taehee Kim, Cynthia Reid, Cesar Rivera, Tony Shipp, Mica Smith, Anthony Watkins  

January 30 - March 3, 2017 


Trace Echo
Helen Altman, Rabea Ballin, Brad Tucker

October 24 - November 22, 2016

Curated by Dr. Melissa Mednicov 


Around the Edges 
Deborah Bay, Bill Daniel, Denny Renshaw, Bruce Lee Webb

September 20 - October 14, 2016


  • Deborah Bay

  • Bill Daniel

  • Denny Renshaw

  • Bruce Lee Webb


56th Annual Faculty Exhibit
Martin Amorous, Chris Cascio, Melissa Glasscock, Ron Hollingshead, Pat Lawler, Daniel McFarlane, Tudor Mitroi, Edward Morin, Valerie Powell, Edie Wells.

January 25 - March 3, 2016

Edie Wells artwork detail Pat Lawler drawing detail
Edward Morin animation detail Daniel McFarlane painting

At the beginning of each Spring Semester, half of the Faculty in the Department of Art Exhibit their work in the 3G. So, each faculty member participates every other year. In 2016, ten faculty members are showing works that include drawing, painting, mixed media installation, video, and animation. The Annual Faculty Exhibit provides an opportunity for not only our students, but also the community to see the exceptional work being created by the faculty in the Department of Art.

Still Summer
Debra Barrera and Kelly O'Connor
Curated by Dr. Melissa L. Mednicov

September 3 - October 15, 2015

Debra Barrera Sculpture

Kelly O'Connor Collage

Still Summer features recent work by Debra Barrera and Kelly O’Connor, curated by Dr. Melissa Mednicov, Assistant Professor of Art History. The works in the exhibition evoke a sense of memory, both of one’s own past and a collective nostalgia—suggesting a shared past, perhaps a past that never existed. O’Connor’s work emphasizes the role which mass culture plays in making—or building—memory while Barrera’s work considers personal memory as it relates to her childhood experiences involving sports. Still Summer offers a range of works in video, installation, and collage; each medium and individual work reminding us of the ways our own past and memories are continual sources of myth making.

Past Visiting Artists and Guest Lecturers

2016-2017 Exhibitions

2015-2016 Exhibitions

2014 - 2015 Exhibitions

2013 - 2014 Exhibitions

2002 - 2013 Seasons

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