On display through Sunday, March 10:
Touching Ground: Finding the American South,
20″ × 24″ Polaroids by Jennifer Trausch. From 2006 to 2011, Trausch took a refrigerator-sized Polaroid camera through the South, photographing scenes at fairs, rodeos, bars, open fields, dirt roads and highways.
Lines Etched with the Weight of Life: Georges Roualt’s Miserere
Roualt’s Miserere, a series of 58 large-scale prints produced using innovative graphic techniques, presents visitors with one of the greatest modernist interpretations of religious iconography.
On display through Sunday, March 17:
In Dialogue: Marcos Raya: Opportunistic Diagnosis
A single painting, exhibited to highlight the many interpretive possibilities a work offers, uniting the diverse voices of faculty, staff and visitors to create an open an ongoing understanding of the painting.
Dreams Wiser Than Waking: Recent Acquisitions of Native American Prints CALfirstname.lastname@example.org/
Contemporary Native American prints illustrate the nexus of traditional themes and modern society.