The Galleries at CSU

Exhibitions Schedule 2017-2018

All scheduled exhibitions and events are subject to change. All programs are free and open to the public.

Friday, September 1 – Saturday, October 14, 2017

Focus on Sculpture – 4 one-person Exhibitions

Gallery Conversation with Exhibiting Artists
Friday, September 1 at 4:00 pm

Opening Reception
Friday, September 1 from 5:00 – 8:00 pm

Homecoming:
Gallery Conversation

Wednesday, October 4 at 6:00 pm

North Gallery: THE BEAUTY OF LOSING AND FORGETTING
Performative objects and installations by Jim Leach

Center Gallery: HARMONIC CYCLES: FRESCOES AND ALTAR STONES
Abstract, formalist sculptures by Jim LoParo

South Gallery: PUSH RIGHT BACK
Recent works of textural sculptural combinations by Elizabeth Emery

Media Room: FINAL BOSS
Video by Elena Harvey, drawing on the experience of mothering, the gender fluidity of video game avatars, and open-world games like Minecraft to explore the role of technology in structuring children's identity

Friday, October 27 – Saturday, December 9, 2017

Focus on Abstraction – 3 Painting Exhibitions, and an Installation

Gallery Conversation with Exhibiting Artists
Friday, October 27 at 4:00 pm

Opening Reception
Friday, October 27 from 5:00 – 8:00 pm

North Gallery: DARK PRONOUN
Paintings by Mark Keffer

Center Gallery: CANDYLAND
Paintings by Dana Oldfather

South Gallery: THE TREES OF KINSMAN
Paintings by Tony Watkins – curated by Elmer Buford

Media room: 3.9644E+7 CMOF VOLUMETRIC PROJECTIONS
Sound and Image installation by Markus Vogl and Margarita Benitez

Spring Semester 2018

Friday, January 19 – Saturday, February 24

George Kozmon and Guy-Vincent

North Gallery: Precipice
New monumental panoramic paintings by George Kozmon

Center Gallery: Symbols, Glaciers, and Ghosts
A collaboration with George Kozmon and Guy-Vincent.

Media Room: Digital Passage
Video works by Guy-Vincent.

South Gallery: Codes and Identity
A large scale altered readymade photographs by Guy-Vincent.

Friday, March 9 – Saturday, April 21

Terminal Tower and Global Matrix

South Gallery: Cleveland’s Symbol: 52 Stories of the Terminal Tower
Curated by William Barrow, Special Collections Librarian, Michael Schwartz Library––The Cleveland Memory Project.

Media Room: The Terminal Tower
A collection of films and video about the Terminal Tower selected by Bill Barrow.

North and Center Galleries: Global Matrix IV
An International Printmaking Exhibition organized by Purdue University Galleries.

Friday, May 4 – Saturday, June 9, 2018

North Gallery: Merit Scholar Exhibition

South and Center Galleries: 47th Student Show