2018-19 Season Exhibitions

 

Spring 2019

Intaglio by Gabor Peterdi

Limited Editions: Print Selections from the Permanent Collection

December 4 – February 8
Gallery Talk: February 1, 1:30

This eclectic exhibition features some of the most intriguing prints from our collection. The artwork ranges from surrealism to naturalism and from Indian Space art to Pop—something to appeal to all.


Painted Trees by Jenna Fincher Donegan

Submerge / Emerge: Jenna Fincher Donegan

January 10 – February 8
Reception: January 31, 5:30 – 7:00

Originally from Louisiana, Jenna Fincher Donegan currently teaches art at Northeast Mississippi Community College. She works in a range of media, often creating environments that reference her life in south Louisiana. In her artist statement, Fincher Donegan notes that “this artwork is a search for myself in relationship to my homeland as experiences and memories submerge and emerge.”


Black Vase by Stephen Phillips

Stephen Phillips: Recent Work

January 8 – February 8
Reception: January 31, 5:30 – 7:00

2013 MUW alumnus Stephen Phillips features his recent ceramics in this exhibition. His work is functional, influenced by the shapes found in Native American and African pottery. Stephen describes the most important aspect of his work as the juxtaposition of color and texture.


2019 Annual Juried Student Exhibition

February 14 – March 8
Reception and Award Ceremony: February 28, 5:30 – 7:00

Join us in our celebration of the best of our department! Christopher Brady, art instructor at Copiah-Lincoln Community College, will jury this year’s exhibition.


Alumni Invitational: Debora Gordon, Mary Price Kerr, Katherine Munson, Jessie Whitehead

March 18 – April 5
Reception: March 29, 4:30 – 6:00

These four artists were selected from the 2017 Juried Alumni Exhibition for this special Homecoming event.


From the Outside: Folk and Self-Taught Artists

March 20 – May 3

This exhibition features loaned artwork as well as selections from our permanent collection.


Museum Studies class exhibition: Japanese prints from the permanent collection

March 19 – April 18
Reception: TBA

As part of the course requirements, students in the 2019 museum studies class will curate an exhibition based on Japanese prints from our permanent collection.


BFA Exhibition

April 11 – May 11
Reception: TBA

 


No Intentions by Jessica Wallace

April 29 – May 24
Reception: TBA