University Galleries and Collections

Upcoming Exhibitions

Here/Now: A Juried Exhibition of Student Artwork


April 19 - May 5, 2021
South Gallery

Juried by the Department of Art faculty, this exhibition showcases student artwork in diverse media.



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Sierra of Creation


Fall 2021
South Gallery

This exhibition features video and installations by contemporary Mongolian artists who are examining the impacts of climate change on people and landscapes. Artists Tuguldur Yondonjamts, Munkhbolor Ganbold and Bat-Erdene Batchuluun collaborated with climate scientists from William Paterson University and Columbia University and archeologists from Yale University, at a field site in Mongolia’s Tarvagatai River Valley.This exhibition was organized by Art Space 976 (Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia) as an initiative of the U.S. State Department’s STRAX program to foster interdisciplinary and cultural exchange and is associated with a grant from the National Science Foundation's Arctic Social Science Program.



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Fashion Is a Verb: Art, Performance, and Identity


Dates TBA
South Gallery

Co-curated by Professor of Philosophy Laura DiSumma and Kristen Evangelista, director of the University Galleries, Fashion Is a Verb: Art, Performance, and Identity reveals that fashion is not just a consumer object, but an artistic vehicle and an interactive performance connected to individual and social identity. To ‘fashion’ as a verb is to interrogate oneself and to examine the daily aesthetic practices that are necessary for the establishment of our identities, communities, and values. Works on view will include film, painting, photographs, and textiles by artists Lisa Anne Auerbach, Zehra Doğan, Mari Katayama, ORLAN, Natasha May Platt, Yelaine Rodriguez, Cindy Sherman, and Jean Shin. 

In conjunction with the exhibition, the University Galleries will partner with the Berlin School of Mind and Brain to conduct an experimental interdisciplinary study on the relation between fashion and identity, and the perception of style. Exhibit visitors will participate in a survey about their own fashion choices. Additional programs will include artist talks, hands-on workshops, and panel discussions.



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