Upcoming Exhibitions

37th Annual Juried Student Exhibition

Jun. 8, 2018 — Sep. 1, 2018
Location: Alice and William Jenkins Gallery

The exhibition will feature some of the year’s best student work in painting, drawing, photography, ceramics, sculpture, jewelry and fiber arts; juried by Crealdé program managers.
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Vibrant Vision: African Diaspora and African American Artists

Sep. 14, 2018 — Jan. 12, 2019
Location: Hannibal Square Heritage Center Gallery

Works from the Jonathan Green and Richard Weedman Collection

For the past 38 years Jonathan Green and Richard Weedman have had the privilege of incorporating into their fine art collection paintings, sculptures, and prints from outstanding African Diaspora and African American Artists into their international art collection titled Vibrant Vision. With few exceptions, the collection reflects the themes of work, love, belonging and spirituality. With outstanding artists such as Clementine Hunter, Elizabeth Catlett, Hughie Lee-Smith, Hale Woodruff, Romare Howard Bearden and more, these works of art have a particular focus on pieces created from the late 1930’s (the period of the Federal Art Project of the Works Progress Administration) to the present throughout the Caribbean and America.
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Vibrant Vision: African Diaspora and African American Artists

Sep. 14, 2018 — Jan. 12, 2019
Location: Alice and William Jenkins Gallery

Works from the Jonathan Green and Richard Weedman Collection

For the past 38 years Jonathan Green and Richard Weedman have had the privilege of incorporating into their fine art collection paintings, sculptures, and prints from outstanding African Diaspora and African American Artists into their international art collection titled Vibrant Vision. With few exceptions, the collection reflects the themes of work, love, belonging and spirituality. With outstanding artists such as Clementine Hunter, Elizabeth Catlett, Hughie Lee-Smith, Hale Woodruff, Romare Howard Bearden and more, these works of art have a particular focus on pieces created from the late 1930’s (the period of the Federal Art Project of the Works Progress Administration) to the present throughout the Caribbean and America.
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