Current Art Exhibitions
Brenda Mallory’s mixed media sculptural works are comprised of a variety of materials including cloth, fibers, beeswax, and found objects. By creating multiple forms that are joined with crude hardware that imply tenuous connections or repairs, her work addresses ideas of interference and disruption in long-established systems of nature and human cultures. Mallory lives in Portland, Oregon but grew up in Oklahoma and is a citizen of the Cherokee Nation. She holds a BA in Linguistics & English from UCLA
Past Art Exhibitions
Andrew Leventis and Morgan Craig, two incredible painters, exhibited some of their pieces in the Curfman Gallery from April 16th until June 14th. We will be hosting an opening reception on April 16th from 4:30-6:30p.m. catered food and drinks. Come check it out for a look into these amazing artist’s
Gregg Deal (Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe) is a provocative contemporary artist. Much of Deal’s work deals with challenging Western perceptions of Indigenous people, touching on issues of race, history, and stereotype. With his work—paintings, mural work, performance art, filmmaking, and spoken word—Deal critically examines issues and tells stories that affect
Contemporary Colorado is the inaugural exhibition in the new Curfman Gallery. Boasting 50 works from over 30 of Colorado’s top artists, this exhibition was juried by the MCA Denver’s Nora Burnett Abrams. Artists represented in the exhibition are: Roland Bernier Amelia Carley Will Clift Amber Cobb Laura Cofrin Samantha Combs
Native Now highlights some exciting Native American artists, both up and coming and established, in our newly renovated Duhesa Gallery. Curated by Melanie Yazzie, professor of printmaking at CU Boulder, this exhibition hosts prints, paintings, and sculptures from across the country. EXHIBIT: OCTOBER 16TH, 2014- APRIL 24TH, 2015
Tuesday, August 23, 2016 – to Friday, October 14, 2016 Stop by the LSC to view the art work of Shelby Shadwell and Davana Robedee exhibited together in the Curfman Gallery. Both artists look at physical objects and create an experience for the viewer as a way to form connections.