Five Curatorial Views of the School of Art Collection
On view October 18 - November 26, 2019
Reception: Friday, October 18, 5-7 p.m.
School of Art faculty members curate small exhibitions of artwork from the collection, showcasing their unique perspectives. The Kent State University School of Art Collection is comprised of over 4,500 pieces, ranging from artworks donated by visiting artists and alumni, to prints acquired from the Andy Warhol Foundation, to a section of Christo and Jeanne-Claude's "Running Fence," to purchases made to fulfill the mission. The core mission of the School of Art Collection is to collect and promote artwork by women and artists of color and artwork with significant meaning to Kent State University.
Curated by: Dr. Joseph Underwood (African Art History), Dr. Shana Klein (American Art History), Marissa Tiroly (Art History Graduate Student), Gianna Commito (Painting), and Anderson Turner (Gallery Director)