Upcoming exhibition

  • Bead by Thread / Altered Forms Title Card
  • Bead by Thread / Altered Forms

    A collaborative exhibition showcasing the obscure ties between the craft of Beading and the craft of Sculpture. 

    Asiyeh Mehdipour, Cecilia Sif, Chelsea Miller, Hamideh Behgar, James Moon, Jayden Walker, Lena Freifeld, Mackenzie Anderson, Max Blue, Mell Edwards, Morgan Steeves, Rae Swan

    Curated by Mell Edwards

    November 23-30, 2022

    Open: Monday–Friday, 8:30 am–4:30 pm.

    Reception: Wednesday, November 23 at 3:00 pm

Past exhibitions

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Not for 'round the dinner table

    Hiroshi Hamade, Zoe LeBrun, Gina Zeiss, and Shanelle St.Hilaire

    October 26–November 3, 2022

  • Remnants


    Timothy Brown

    June 29–July 6, 2022

  • Escap..ism, 2022


    Deinma Iyagba, Tamaiyi Akin-longe and Cole Cancilla

    June 15–22, 2022

  • The World Around Us, 2022

    The World Around Us 

    Liz Sellors, Daniel Roscoe, and Lorna Weir

    June 1–8, 2022

  • Figurative Perspectives, May 4  - 11, 2022

    Figurative Perspectives

    Ebunoluwa Akinbo, Carlos Cruz, and William Steele

    May 4–11, 2022

  • Persist Resist Decolonize title card

    Persist Resist Decolonize

    Ashton Geerlings, Carlos Cruz, Chris Neufeld, Gina Zeiss, Joel Nichols, Laura Oghenerabome Okos-Iboje, Morgan Traa, Scotland Cook, Shanelle St.Hilaire, and Timothy Brown.

    April 20–27, 2022

  • Leah Gertzen, By Midnight

    Hearts' Beat

    A collective, contemporary celebration of emerging young artists and a peek at their hopes, dreams & wonders still to come.

    Olanrewaju Abiola, Leah Gertzen, Julia Monge, Joel Nichols, Nona Niroumand, Shan Pullan, Bre Quirion, Cecilia Sif, and Breanna Warren

    April 6–13, 2022

  • Video still of performance by Skye Callow.


    Skye Callow, Scotland Cook, and Daisy Wu.

March 23–30, 2022

  • Ellina Pe Benito, Bayanihan (deatil), Ceramic sculpture, 2021

    Muddy Fingers: A Showcase of Ceramic Art

    Ellina Pe Benito, Kate Clark, Hannah van Leeuwen, Solange Roy, and Bill Younger

    March 9–16, 2022

Students at the School of Art value the opportunity to both exhibit their work and program the gallery space with an ongoing series of solo and group exhibitions. The learning experience afforded by preparing for and mounting exhibitions is especially important to furthering professional creative practices.


Solo, group, and curated shows are all welcome in any medium ranging from painting to performance, audio to animation, and everything in-between, including traditional and expanded practices, and interdisciplinary works. Exhibitions will typically run for one or two weeks, but we welcome proposals for exhibitions, events, performances, and/or happenings for shorter lengths of time.

Please contact David Foster for more information.