Upcoming Exhibitions

Main Gallery

Apr 30 2015 - May 14 2015

The 6: BFA Fine Arts Exhibition

Opening Reception April 30, 2015 5-7pm

The Paul Robeson Galleries presents the works of six Bachelor of Fine Arts students.  Each of these students chose to address a different concept in their work.  With a range spanning the flow of energy to personal identity, this year’s graduating students aim to illuminate aspects of the world around us.

Artists in this exhibition: Patricia Arias-Reynolds, Austin Gilker, Zamar Khan, Sarah Lamont, Bryant Lebron, and Sasha Pratt.

The 6

Jan 01 2016 - Apr 01 2016

The Undesirables

Spring 2016 – exact dates TBD

It is a reality that we all share our homes with others.  These other occupants may be people of whom we are aware, but also a large number of creatures who have taken up residence without invitation.  This exhibition will feature artworks representing creatures we commonly (and often reluctantly) cohabit with in urban and suburban environments.  This includes all manner of critters, such as mice, rats, bed bugs, ticks, cockroaches, spiders, squirrels, raccoons, pigeons, flies, mosquitoes, wasps, and so on.  Our relationship with these creatures may be shaped by love or hatred.  The artists in this exhibition will explore the many ways that these creatures have inspired artworks.

This exhibition will be accompanied by a catalog.

Submissions for inclusion accepted until August 31, 2015.  For instructions on how to apply, click here.

Aug 17 2015 - Dec 17 2015

The (Not So) Secret Life of Plants

This exhibition will explore all aspects of plant life, and specifically how humans interact with plants.  Plants are the base on which most life on the planet exists.  Plants are under stress, with diminishing natural environments and the very real possibility that many plants may become extinct even before we are aware of their existence.  This exhibition will explore the nature of plants, from the forest to the home.

This exhibition will be accompanied by a catalog.

Opening reception Thursday, September 10, 5-7pm