Join the Department of Art and Phyllis Straus Gallery, located at the Carnaghi Arts Building (CAB), as we host Menika Lue’s graduating honors thesis! Her work explores the medical experiments performed on black people in the United States.
Be sure to mark your calendar for all of this semester’s exciting shows at the Phyllis Straus Gallery!
The Phyllis Straus Gallery is a space for students to engage in the making of visual cultures, innovations, experimentation, and expression through exhibitions and events in contemporary art.Through juried and group exhibitions — as well as solo student showcasings made by appointment — Bachelors of Fine Arts students are given the opportunity to submit their work for potential selection for upcoming shows. Upon acceptance, works by these artists will be on display, accompanied by publication and press for the exhibition. Surrounding student exhibitions, collective events from artists, poets, musicians, and like-minded creative individuals will also take place. Above all, the Phyllis Straus Gallery is a center where openness, collaboration, creative inquiry, and the establishment of community is encouraged. We emphasize community to help provide a richer investment in learning and idea-sharing that we hope to see in a larger context around us.