The art gallery exhibitions emphasize modern and contemporary art reflecting social and cultural issues congruent with the college's Quaker tradition and academic curriculum.
The 2021-2022 academic year will feature works from the college's permanent art collection. Viewing options will depend upon campus operations and will follow health and safety protocols. Updates will be posted closer to opening of the academic year in August, 2021. All galleries are closed for in person viewing this summer due to building operation restrictions.
Rosie Thompson, Transformative Journey (detail, central panel)
Wood, Paint, Photo Applique, 48 x 96", 2019. From the exhibition,Twelve Places: Redux.
Winnie Tatya, detail of Fox Shaman Calling Birds, Baker Lake, 2007. From Inuit Art: Narratives from a Culture in Transition.
2000 - 2010
Todd Drake, detail of Meditation on Iraq War, 2007. From the 2001 Art Faculty Biennial Exhibition.
Lisa Young, Somewhat Ceremonial Jar, 1999. From the 1999 Art Faculty Biennial Exhibition.