This exhibition draws together approximately 50 paintings, prints and drawings by Mexican artists Bernardo González and Francisco Verástegui. Parabolas Mexicanas is a vibrant collection of works that manipulate both popular and art historical symbols of Mexican culture and tradition.
Each work in Reimagining the Distaff Toolkit has, at its visible core, a tool that was important for women’s domestic labor in the past. These tools, when re-contextualized as contemporary works of art, open a dialogue between the past and present.
This exhibition hosts selections of woven wooden baskets and beadwork made by members of Native American tribes in New York state. These selections were chosen from a larger traveling exhibition curated by Kathleen Mundell that included work from tribes across the Northeast, from New York to Maine.
This seventh annual juried exhibition for emerging artists with disabilities was organized by VSA arts and sponsored by Volkswagen Group of America, Inc. More than 20,000 calls for entry were sent to high schools and colleges across the country, inviting submissions that illustrated the theme “Green Light.”
2009 marks the second year of the Union College Senior Invitational, a group show of work by the most accomplished and talented graduating artists of Union College. The show is not only open to art majors, but to all seniors who have studied art at Union.
Dynamic Equilibrium explores the intersection of art and science, commenting on scientific practices and striving to expand creative possibilities. This exhibition represents an occasion for an investigation of the many ways that art, science, and technology can and do come together.
The 10th annual High School Regional features artwork in all mediums submitted by the region’s most talented High School art students. The jurors chose over 130 works from fourteen participating schools. Five Juror’s Choice prizes, the Lourie Tansky 3D award, and seven Honorable Mentions were awarded by the jurors.