Curated by students enrolled in ARTH 335: Exhibition Design, Embodied Labor: Care and Control uses archival, collection, and loan objects to explore myriad forms of human labor.

Join us for a reception celebrating the opening of our latest exhibition What Only You Can Make: The Art of the African Wrap Doll from the National Black Doll Museum. The exhibition will be on display from September 15–October 29, 2022.

Please join us for an opening reception celebrating our 2022 Senior Visual Art Majors’ Exhibition @capacity. Students will present bodies of work in a variety of mediums including: illustration, painting, photography, printmaking, and sculpture. This group exhibition is mounted under the supervision of Assistant Professor of Photography Leah Dyjak.

Join us for an opening reception for our first exhibition of the academic year. To Scatter or Sow: Diaspora in Contemporary Art serves as a central event for Wheaton’s campus-wide initiative to consider Diasporas: Economies, Boundaries, and Kinship. The title of the show is taken from the Greek root of the word, and evokes not only the dispersal inherent in diaspora but also the potential for rich growth. Framing the multi-faceted idea of diasporas through the work of eight contemporary artists, the exhibition includes video, photography, painting, ceramics and text-based work. The exhibition will be presented both virtually and on the Wheaton campus.

The exhibition includes work by the following artists: Alina Bliumis, Chinatown Pretty: Andria Lo & Valerie Luu, Isabella Cruz-Chong, Patricia Encarnación, Michael Gac Levin, Jodie Lyn-Kee-Chow, and Crys Yin

Please note: this opening event is open to the on-campus Wheaton Community only

Join us for the opening reception of In the Weeds: Art in the Natural World at the Beard and Weil Galleries in Watson Fine Arts.

The exhibition showcases six artists who are tackling issues of the human relationship to our environmental surroundings. Many of these artists bridge art and science bring to life processes that may otherwise elude the general public. Through seed collecting, camouflage, performance, and artists’ books artists Kwang Choi, Rachel Frank, Jenny Kendler, Next Epoch Seed Library (a collaboration between Ellie Irons and Anne Percoco), and Tammy Nguyen consider issues of rewilding and human influence on the natural world.

The exhibition runs October 23—December 12, 2019

Image: Jenny Kendler

This interactive installation composed and performed by Artist-in-Residence Rosemary Liss and the First Year Seminar Rituals of Dinner is the culminating project for the FYS based on their newfound comestible vocabulary. During her visit, Liss (an alumna of this FYS) will teach a masterclass for the FYS in which she will share her own artistic and culinary journey with the students as well as guide them through the magic of mouthfeel.