9/18–10/5 Color of My Soul
Explore an array of colorful monoprints created by ten students.
9/24–9/29 Arden Conine: Hot-Tub Time
View a playful exhibition of pieces exploring our relationship (or lack thereof) to the environment, namely through food and signage.
9/25–9/29 Julia Hale: Nautilus
Explore a psychoanalytical painting practice that delves into the inner components of the psyche.
9/25 Nora Alter: Building a Film Brick by Brick — Harun Farocki's Montage
Attend a presentation tracing the late filmmaker/artist's use of different types of montage in his media practice.
9/26 Julianne Hunter: IN SEARCH OF
Hear a talk by Art Visting Critic Julianne Hunter, whose artwork explores recollection and residue investigating larger topics of mapping, psychology, and personal and shared histories.
10/2–12/15 Always Be Around: Corita Kent, Community and Pedagogy
Explore the work of Corita Kent through a lens of teaching and community-building, paired with the work of contemporary artists including Art Associate Professor Jen Delos Reyes.
10/3 Susan Silas: untamed
Attend a lecture exploring embodiment and the way we think about ourselves with respect to that container which is the body.
10/19 Coco Fusco: The Findlay Family Lecture
Hear this Cuban American artist and writer discuss the creation of her 2021 video work Your Eyes Will Be an Empty Word, on view now at the Johnson Museum.
10/24 Na Chainkua Reindorf (M.F.A. '17): World-Building Through Art-Making
Hear a talk presented by a multidisciplinary artist with a deep interest in world-building and myth-making through the art of the masquerade.
11/30 EJ Hauser: Mission to Explore
Hear a lecture presented by the fall 2023 Teiger Mentor in the Arts during which they will discuss their art-making in relationship to their desire to visualize what lies beneath the surface.