• Rockwell Kent: Prints from the Ralf C. Nemec Collection

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    Rockwell Kent (American, 1882-1971), Bowsprit, 1930. Wood engraving on maple. Collection of Ralf C. Nemec

  • Call and Response: Personal Reflections on the Fleming Collection

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    L to R: Tom Stetson, Progression of Modern Medicine, 2022; Eryn Sheehan, The Cricket House, 2022; Jacob Weber, Shattered Fragility: A Portrait of Henry F. Perkins (1877-1956), 2022

  • DARK GODDESS: An Exploration of the Sacred Feminine

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    Shanta Lee Gander, OBEAH’D (I), 2021. Archival pigment print, 26 11/16 x 40 in. (67.7 x 101.6 cm). Courtesy of the artist.

  • The Montier Portraits

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    Franklin R. Street (1815/16-before 1894), Portrait of Hiram Charles Montier; Portrait of Elizabeth Brown Montier, 1841. Oil on canvas. Collection of the Estate of Mr. and Mrs. William Pickens III

  • Since the summer of 2020, the staff at the Fleming Museum have been reckoning with how to become an anti-racist museum that’s more responsive, relevant, and inclusive.

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    The Fleming is proud of its long history as a critical teaching resource for faculty at the University of Vermont.

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    Fleming from Home

    Uncomfortable visiting the Museum? You can still get your art fix with this resource of newly created and archived videos of current and past exhibitions as well as some of our favorite programs.

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    A new age of access to the Fleming Museum’s collections has arrived with the launch of our online collections search feature that enables you to browse and view over 20,000 objects from the Museum’s permanent collection.

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Please Note: The Fleming Museum of Art will be closed during the University of Vermont's Winter Recess starting Saturday, December 10 through Monday, January 23. We reopen with our regular hours on Tuesday, January 24. Up to date hours are listed on our Visiting page.

 

Fall 2022 Exhibitions

OPENING SEPTEMBER 13

This spring at the Fleming Museum of Art we are excited to present three special exhibitions, Rockwell Kent: Prints from the Ralf C. Nemec CollectionCall and Response: Personal Reflections on the Fleming Collection, and Dark Goddess: An Exploration of the Sacred Feminine. In addition, we are pleased to announce the loan of an extremely rare pair of portraits of African-American sitters, The Montier Portraits, from the estate of the late William Pickens III, who was a graduate of UVM and a supporter of the Fleming Museum. We continue our work with The Fleming Reimagined and as we reckon with the Fleming’s institutional and collections history, we strive to make our work visible, confronting the problematic histories behind the collections and galleries and, with your input, rethink what we collect, how we display it, and the words that accompany it. 

The Fleming Reimagined: Confronting Institutional Racism and Historical Oppression

The staff at the Fleming Museum have been reckoning with how to become an anti-racist museum that’s more responsive, relevant, and inclusive. We want to know what you think about our ongoing conversations about our values and priorities.

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Rockwell Kent: Prints from the Ralf C. Nemec Collection

Rockwell Kent (1882-1971) was an author, illustrator, painter, and printmaker whose iconic graphic style decorated posters, magazine covers, advertisements, fine art publishing ventures, deluxe illustrated books, and personal bookplates.

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Call and Response: Personal Reflections on the Fleming Collection

In a unique debut collaboration between the Howard Center Arts Collective and the Fleming Museum, Arts Collective artists have created work inspired by a piece from the museum collections.

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Sonja Lunde Becomes Director of the Fleming

Lunde comes to the Fleming from the Utah Museum of Fine Arts (UMFA) at the University of Utah, most recently serving as deputy director for planning and program. 

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