Exhibitions

FREE & OPEN TO ALL | Jan 25-Jun 11, 2021 with advanced reservations

Sacred Songs: Antiphonals & Illuminations

 

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Douglass Gallery

Sacred Songs: Antiphonals & Illuminations

 

January 25-June 11, 2021

Douglass Gallery

Written systems of musical notation developed in the 10th and 11th centuries, and by the 12th century it had been revised to make religious songs universal among religious orders. Many of these songs were produced large-scale for choirs performing the liturgy as Gregorian Chant. 

Miserere: Rouault's Plea for Mercy

 

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McKie Gallery

Miserere: Rouault's Plead for Mercy

January 25-June 11, 2021

Georges Rouault's series of 58 prints made between 1918 and 1928 is an expression of his dismay at the state of society following World War I. His prints are a plea for compassion that follow his perceptive comprehension of the woes that plague humanity. 

Confronting Greatness: A Celebration of Women Artists

 

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Art History Capstone Exhibition (Contemporary Art)

Confronting Greatness: A Celebration of Women Artists

January 25-June 11, 2021

Farmer Gallery

Under the guidance of Annie Dell’Aria, Assistant Professor of Art & Architectural History, and Art Museum staff, senior Art & Architecture History Capstone students will spend the Fall 2020 semester curating an exhibition for the Spring 2021 semester. The exhibition is in celebration of the 50th anniversary of Linda Nochlin’s seminal article, “Why Have There Been No Great Women Artists?”