Multicultural Art Gallery
The Center houses a Multicultural Art Gallery in the first floor of Allen House. In collaboration with the Fleming Museum and the Lawrence McCrorey Gallery (Bailey/Howe Library), the CCP Multicultural Art Gallery displays rotating exhibits featuring a variety of artists whose work addresses cultural diversity or social justice themes. Artists consist of UVM faculty, staff, students and community members.
If you are interested in exhibiting your work, contact our Collaborations and Programs Coordinator at 656-7990 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fall 2014 ExhibitsSee this semester's art gallery poster (.pdf) (.jpg)
Women's Sense of Space - September 1st to September 19th
Emy Takinami is a Gender, Sexuality and Women's Studies major with a passion for ceramics. Her ceramic work conveys the marginalized sense of space that women are forced to take up in our modern day culture. This exhibit explores themes around female body image, sexuality and empowerment.
"A Flat Lander's Journey to Nepal" - September 22nd to October 10th
Julie Howk uses the art of photography to capture her love for nature and travel. Her most recent work, taken in 2013, exhibits her experience traveling from central Nepal to the upper region of Mustang Valley. This installation explores elements of globalization and cultural preservation.
A reception will be held on September 22nd from 4:30 - 6:00 PM.
"Trans Art Matters: A TIC Community Exhibit" - October 13th to October 31st
Trans Art Matters is a multi-artist, mixed media exhibit that showcases the work of local trans artists and individuals. This exhibit is sponsored by the Translating Identity Conference (TIC) committee.
A reception will be held on October 31st from 4:30 - 6:00 PM.
"In a Ghost's Arms" - November 3rd to November 21st
Sydney Triola dives into her grief and loss experience through personal sculpture and photography. This exhibit aims to look at the many different parts of the grief and loss process and how that is a continuous experience of Sydney's life.
A reception will be held on November 7th from 4:30 - 6:00 PM.
All receptions are held in the Leon Lawrence Lounge located on the first floor of Allen House
The Spring 2014 exhibits included Caterina Campbell's "Indigenous Mania," "We All Come From Powerful Women," Jazmine Rodriguez's "Fluorescent," and "Unearthing Leadership: Redefining the Masks We Wear as Women of Color."
The Spring 2013 exhibits included Tomas Sanchez's exhibit "Todo Mi Vida," Vermont Works for Women's "Labor of Love," Julienne Oberts' "Helping College Students Move Through Loss," and Michelle Leung's "UVM's Real Beauty Campaign."
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