FREE & OPEN TO ALLJanuary 28-June 13, 2020

Douglass Gallery

In this sixth juried Student Response Exhibition, Miami students are called upon to present unique and diverse commentaries on what constitutes a “circle.” Interpretations are subject to the student’s personal perspective, major/minor, culture, age, experiences, etcetera. Cash prizes for the best three works are provided by the Art Museum’s Membership Committee. Voting will be conducted by visitors to the exhibition. Come visit and explore the creative contributions Miami students are making to the arts.

McKie Gallery

This community-curated exhibition is developed together with the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma and will provide historical context and background to the contemporary revival of ribbonwork among the Miami people. 
The exhibition will correspond to the 20th anniversary of the proposal to establish the Myaamia Project and in conjunction with the 2020 Myaamiaki Conference at 
Miami University.

Farmer Gallery
Art History Capstone Exhibition

Under the guidance of Dr. Michael Hatch, Assistant Professor of Art & Architecture History, and Art Museum staff, students in the Fall 2019 Capstone class curated an exhibition that looks at the exchange of art and ideas between Asia and countries in the West. Works in the exhibition date from the 18th century to the early 20th century and present a variety of forms. Capstone students had the opportunity to select the works, contextualize relationships, and present an in-depth study of the topic.