Visual Arts: Current Exhibitions

Kenton Parker: Everything Counts in Small Amounts

June 11 – August 21, 2016
Opening Reception: Fri., June 10             6 – 9 pm

Everything Counts in Small Amounts consists of intimately-scaled life-sized structures in which people of all ages can dream and exchange gestures of friendship. The gallery will become a landscape for contemplating friendship, sharing, and memory.


Carmen Tiffany: The Teeth Beneath

June 11 – August 21, 2016
Opening Reception: Fri., June 10             6 – 9 pm

The Teeth Beneath reconstructs memories by investigating the power of childhood imagination in relation to isolated and impoverished regions of America. As a child, immersed in mountain ranges, wildlife, and a big starry sky, Tiffany sought a connection to popular culture.


Aurora Molina: Selfie

June 11 – August 21, 2016
Opening Reception: Fri., June 10, 6 – 9 pm

In Selfie, Cuban-born, Miami-based artist Aurora Molina explores the egocentric tendencies of celebrity and how they play a transcendental role in the construction of new identities. Molina uses the traditional handmade ”slow” technique of embroidery to comment on the rapid-fire, addictive condition of constantly projecting ourselves into the social media ether.


Summer Field Trips and Group Tours

Looking for a fun and enriching activity for your group this summer?
Visit our Field Trips page for more information.


Student Exhibitions

The upstairs Student Gallery displays work by local students and participant's in the Center's education programs. For information about Student Gallery exhibitions click here.