Multicultural Art Gallery
The Center houses a Multicultural Art Gallery. In collaboration with the Fleming Museum and the Lawrence McCrorey Gallery (Bailey/Howe Library), the CCP Gallery displays rotating exhibits featuring a variety of artists whose work addresses cultural diversity or social justice themes. Student and staff artwork is also displayed in the gallery. If you are interested in exhibiting your work, call the CCP Graduate Assistant at 656-7990.
This semester's exhibits
"Indigenous Mania" - February 3 to February 28
Catarina Campbell's "Indigenous Mania" explores elements of cultural multiplicity, adoption, sexuality, identity formation, and survivorship. There will be a reception on February 3 at 4:30 PM.
"We All Come From Powerful Women" - March 3 to March 28
"We All Come From Powerful Women" is a collaboration with the Women's Center that celebrates the powerful, compassionate women in all of our lives. The reception will be on March 24 at 3:00 PM.
"Social Injustice" - March 31 to April 18
Adam Vindigni's "Social Injustice" depicts the horrors and discomfort felt by being a social outcast and the use of drugs as a mask.
"Unearthing Leadership" - April 21 to May 19
"Unearthing Leadership: Redefining the Masks We Wear as Women of Color" is an exhibit of masks created during UVM's Women of Color Leadership Retreat.
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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