Current

Carrie Mae Weems
Resist COVID / Take 6!

Winter 2020 / Spring 2021

Bring It Home

Visit bringithomeshow.info to order posters and learn about participating artists. {{ vc_btn: title=ONLINE+EXHIBITION&style=flat&shape=round&color=orange&size=lg&align=center&link=url%3Ahttps%253A%252F%252Fbringithomeshow.info%7Ctarget%3A_blank&css=.vc_custom_1614536568540%7Bborder-radius%3A+5px+%21important%3B%7D }} March 2-May 5, 2021 #bringithomeshow Featuring artists and designers engaged with issues of equity and identity, Bring It Home uses gift-economy strategies to enlist viewers as collaborators and expand territory for diverse voices. Risograph-printed posters by all 10 exhibition participants are…

Lisa Anne Auerbach
Cooped-up Knitting

Ongoing Series

Past Exhibitions

Senior Show 2020
A Hole to Climb Into

Online Exhibition

Patricia Johanson
House & Garden

Spring 2020

Queer Paranormal
(an exhibition concerning Shirley Jackson and “The Haunting of Hill House”)

Fall 2019

Authorship, Architecture, Anonymity: The Impossible Career of Petra Andrejova-Molnàr

Fall 2019

Marie Lorenz
Waterways

Spring 2019

Keiko Narahashi
and Sarah Peters
The Body Stops Here

February 26-March 31, 2019

Torkwase Dyson
Scalar

Fall 2018

Vessels: Containment and Displacement, Useful to Grand

Spring 2018

Unpacking the Vault:
Hidden Narratives in the Bennington Art Collection

Spring 2018

Sideline Collective
Nothing in the News

Fall 2017

Alexandra Bell
Counternarratives

Fall 2017

Utopia Is No Place, Utopia Is Process

Spring 2016

Past Events

Zoom on Zoom: The Emerging Etiquette of Online Group Communications Media, or WTF! Another Hour-Long Meeting?! A conversation with Prem Krishnamurthy

Spring 2020

Lesbian Hauntings, a lecture by Patricia White

Fall 2019

Marie Lorenz: Tide and Current Taxi

Spring 2019

Sarah Peters
American Eccentricities

Spring 2019

Torkwase Dyson in Conversation with Horace Ballard

Fall 2018

Taylor Ho Bynum
and Brian Chase

Fall 2017