Exhibitions of the 2013-2014 Academic Year
The Radial Gallery and other venues throughout the University showcase the work of our faculty and students, as well as the work of visiting artists. Read about our exhibitions in the Fall Term 2013 and Spring Term 2014.
A Strange Likeness: Perspectives on Contemporary Photographic Portraiture
This exhibition features works by Kelly Kristin Jones, Natalie Krick, and Xia Tio. The images examine the methods and usages of the photographic portrait with each artist’s approach conceptually varied. The work in this exhibition questions of the validity and honesty of photographic portraiture and its power to shadow, and reveal, a truthful depiction of the subject.
Images from the Show
Guest Artists Casey Roberts and R.C. Wonderly
January 16 through February 1, 2014
Reception: Thursday, January 30, 5-7 pm
Ranging, a Faculty & Staff Exhibition
August 21 through September 19, 2013
The term Ranging covers a broad spectrum of meanings: Varying. Fluctuating. Shifting. Moving across wide areas. As well, the term alludes to a wide array of actions: To arrange, to order, to categorize, to wander, to encompass, to extend, to fluctuate.
The exhibit title is suggestive of: A series of things in a row; an aggregate of objects in one order; a direction one has taken with work; the limits of a series; the distance or extent between possible extremes. An activity that includes exploring or wandering over a place or through a concept.