The Will to Power, playfully caricatured in Risk, also underlies Dan Mills Meditations on Empire, an exhibition of five series of works dealing with the seductions of Imperialism. As in Risk, these pernicious geopolitical tendencies are presented with a certain degree of levity, allowing Mills to draw out their consequences to absurd, but logical extremes.
Sewing, knitting, embroidery, rug-hooking, and crocheting – from an intimate scale to a grand scale, Critical Stitch presents the work of a new generation of needle-working artists. Curator Lorraine Morales Cox brings together a diverse group of twelve artists, who are linked by their approach to these once marginalized techniques.
2010 marks the third 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.
This annual faculty exhibition features recent sculpture and works on paper by Chris Duncan, Professor of Visual Arts at Union College. Duncan’s vibrant, playful abstractions are imbued with a sense of immediacy and energy.
Interrupted Life: Incarcerated Mothers in the United States is an exhibition of eight linked installations which deal with the facts and experiences of incarceration for mothers and their families in the United States. Interrupted Life invites viewers to become educated, active community members, searching for information and solutions to this major and growing problem in our society.
Kids are in crashes for many reasons: inattention, intoxication, speed, or bad luck. Many are killed by drunk or distracted drivers. Some kill themselves, their friends, or others.