2022-2023 Exhibits

Checkerboard of exhibits

color wheel intersecting showing mixed colors

Frequency/Chronology by Luftwerk

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The cycle between light and dark, day and night, reveals a daily spectacle of color which has long-inspired scientists and artists, brining forth a canon of theories about color and perception. Frequency/Chronology is a series of mixed media installations that explore those theories to create an immersive dialogue on color.

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collection of brown glazed pottery

Division of Ceramic Art at Alfred

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An exhibition of ceramic art in myriad forms by faculty, staff and technical specialist in the School of Art and Design including digital design, functional, pottery, figurative sculpture, and architectural tile.

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flower pattern on teal background with bust of woman and her eyes shielded with beads

Perhaps Home is Not a Place

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From vessels to photographs, fiber works to sculpture, the BIPoC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) artists presented in this exhibition use a mixed media approach to explore how bodies are seen or not seen, and how home is not always a physical place we can inhabit.

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yellow geometric pattern on teal backdrop wall

MFA Thesis Exhibits

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Candidates for MFA degrees in Ceramic Art, Electronic Integrated Arts, Painting, and Sculpture/Dimensional Studies are featured in a series of culminating exhibitions in the Fosdick-Nelson, Robert C. Turner and Cohen Galleries. Thesis shows are open Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday 11am - 4pm. New shows open each week with a reception from 6 - 8pm.

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