Join us as we celebrate the opening Museum’s fall exhibitions!
“Be a Good Neighbor” an exhibition about the transnational power of Latin American art in the US in the 1930s and the 1940s. “Be a Good Neighbor” co-curated with Julia Fernandez, assistant professor of Art History & Visual Culture co-sponsored with the Art History and Visual Culture Department.
“Razed Here; Raised Here,” a ceramic materials exhibition by Jstn Clmn, assistant professor of Studio Art and Black Studies. These objects investigate the aesthetics, materiality, and politics of urban space.
The exhibits are on display from Monday, Aug. 29, through Friday, Dec. 9.