I Could have Been a Tree Instead
Collaborative artists Michelle Gagliano and Beatrix Ost present a body of work in the midst of an unprecedented pandemic. Inspired by the similar narratives in one another’s work, the artists aim to listen and respond to each other, similar to the “call and response” arrangement found in jazz music. The culmination of their collaboration has resulted in multiple ...Learn More >
Quilted Inside: Art and Words for Mending
Quilted Inside: Art and Words for Mending This empathic, heart-opening exhibit takes place February 15 – April 14 in our Panoramic Gallery. There will be a reception and artist talk on February 22nd from 5:30pm-7:30pm. York’s exhibition is in conjunction with her book launch for her publication of the same title. New York Times Bestselling Author, ...Learn More >
Wardrobe: Fashions from the Permanent Collection
Wardrobe: Fashions from the Permanent Collection November 9, 2023 – June 9, 2024 Price Strongwell Gallery Women’s fashion from the 1830s to the 1930s changed dramatically– but some styles never faded. The historical pieces of fashion that make up the Cultural ...Learn More >
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