May 7 – May 24, 2015

Insights is the annual School of Art student exhibition. Juried by a panel of distinguished alumni and guests, the exhibition features work from both undergraduate and graduate students in all programs.

Thursday, May 7
Awards Ceremony: 5-6pm
Opening Reception: 6-8pm

The Sharing Project
June 13 – July 19, 2015

The Sharing Project poses questions about whether we share enough in our Capitalist world. It focuses on the seemingly simple task of Tauber teaching his young son Zeke to share. As he and Zeke struggle to understand what sharing means and how much we should share, experts in different fields (evolutionary biology, psychology, anthropology, history, philosophy, education) offer their thoughts, creating more complexity and questions. In pursuit of answers, Tauber and his son turn to the forgotten Socialist Jewish commune of Happyville (1905-1908) in South Carolina, hoping that some of the mysteries of sharing are buried in the traces of the utopian community..

Lost in Time
June 13 – December 13, 2015

Lost in Time is a permanent collection exhibition featuring photographs from the Peckenpaugh collection, a body of work that was donated to the University Art Museum in 1994 by Tom and Barbara Peckenpaugh, longtime UAM supporters. This exhibition will explore the theme of the sublime, a notion understood to inspire awe, most often in relation to the natural landscape and our place within it.

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