Exhibitions

Current and Upcoming Exhibitions

Two American Indians on horseback hunt bison Allan Houser (detail); Image copyright the artist's estate (©The  Houser/Haozous Family, Chiinde LLC)

Traditions and Transformations: May at 25

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David W. May American Indian Gallery, Saints Tekakwitha and Serra Hall

This online presentation surveys five years of acquisition activity in support of the May Collection. Since 2015, the core strengths of the collection have continued to flourish alongside a new commitment to contemporary indigenous artists, working in a wide variety of media.

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Detail of a promotional poster

Victor Ochoa, Chicano Park Day Anniversary Poster, 1976, multi-color screenprint on paper, courtesy of the artist

Chicano Park @ 50: Renewal and Self-Determination Through Poster Art

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Humanities Center Gallery, Saints Tekakwitha and Serra Hall

Chicano Park @ 50 commemorates the graphic art imagined by celebrated artists in alliance with the Chicano Park Steering Committee in order to announce and pay tribute to its annual celebration of the Chicano Park Takeover on April 22nd 1970.

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Virtual Programming

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Join us for weekly updates on art, insights in to our collections, and "Tiny Talks" hosted by staff members, from the comfort of your home.

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Print Room Projects: Piranesi

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Hoehn Print Study Room, Founders Hall

Student Alexia Sayyed, '20 takes a close look at three artworks from the university's print collection, and connects them to her own architectural studies.

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