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.
Spring 2016 Exhibits
The People of the Mara and Mwanza Regions of Tanzania
March 14th to March 31st
Chai (Wichai Payungke) is not a professional photographer. While in Africa, Chai’s mission was to manage water development projects financed by the Japanese Agency for International Cooperation (JICA). Driving long hours through unpaved bumpy roads of rural Tanzania, Chai was capturing fascinating scenes that reminded him of a simple life in his native Essan region of the Northeast Thailand.
There will be a reception with the photographer on Wednesday, March 23 from 12pm - 2 pm. This event is free.
The Spring 2015 exhibits included Natasha Sky's "K'Vay: What Do You See?", a selection of pieces titled "Community in the Archives: Selections from the Pride Center of Vermont's Queer Archives", Sydnee Viray's "30 Years Staring at the Sun: Reflection of Life and Death ", and Rebecca Levi's "Queering the Lines."
The Fall 2014 exhibits included Emy Takinami's "Women's Sense of Space," a Julie Howk's "A Flat Lander's Journey to Nepal," "Trans Art Matters: A TIC Community Exhibit" and Sydney Triola's "In a Ghost's Arm."
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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