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 2015 ExhibitsSee this semester's art gallery poster (.pdf) (.jpg)
K'Vay: What Do You See?
February 3rd to February 28th
K’Vay (pronounced kay-vay) comes from the Spanish “Que ve?” or “What do you see?” K’Vay art joins together Natasha Sky’s daily experience and inner dialogue around her multiracial identity and the experience of passing.
Community in the Archives: Selections from the Pride Center of Vermont's Queer Archives
April 1st to April 30th
With a selection of pieces from the archives, this installation reflects how some portions of the LGBTQA community in vermont have defined themselves through images and language. Varying definitions and descriptions of the community can be traced, from women’s communities to lesbian and gay pride parades to queer community gatherings.
A reception will be held on Thursday, April 16th from 5:00 - 6:00 PM.
Queering the Lines
May 4th to May 22nd
Rebecca Levi's work captures and redefines ideas of American domesticity and desire, subverting the norm with the unexpected as it invites a collision between traditional handicrafts and unexpected sources, such as vintage physique magazines, pin-ups and comic books. Curated by Laura Di Piazza.
A reception will be held on Monday, May 4th from 12:00 - 1:00 PM
All receptions are held in the Leon Lawrence Lounge located on the first floor of Allen House.
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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