Common Ground. September 11 - October 8, 2011. Long before there were camera cell phones and twitter, art has been a way of witnessing, communicating, and recording world events, political and environmental changes, atrocities, and upheaval. Art has been a mode of expression for propaganda, protest, satire. With the tenth anniversary of 9/11, all of us are naturally inclined to pause and reflect on the changes and unrest in the world. Under the premise that we all have common ground beneath our feet but many points of view, this exhibit will explore how contemporary artists address different issues of the day.
Generations. July 9 - August 28, 2011. The artwork illustrates expressions of common cultural, historical, social, or geographical characteristics among young and old such as ancestry, heritage, family bonds, interaction, collaboration, communion, change and growth. The artists have shared their interpretations of Generations.
Show and Tell III: Revisiting the last two year's highly successful SHOW and TELL exhibitions. May 29 - June 26, 2011. Fourteen artists show their artwork and demonstrate their use of materials in this third Show and Tell Exhibition.
Fiber Plus: The quest was to find artists thinking outside the box; adventurous in their choice of unusual materials, or use of common materials in unexpected forms. March 19 - May 21, 2011 Such artists often ground their production in craftsmanship; informed by the almost known at the growing edges of their creative imaginings.