The Vicki Myhren Gallery is closed for the summer as we prepare for our next season of exhibitions. The 2018-19 season was just announced and all exhibition dates can be found on our homepage. Axis Mundo: Queer Networks in Chicano L.A. opens September 13th, and we look forward to seeing you at the opening!
Opening Reception: Thursday, May 17th 5 – 8 pm We are pleased to announce our annual BFA show titled “Thread,” which features four senior BFA students Jeanette Chinelli, Ellen Kenston, Mikayla Michelson, and Ian Wagner. These soon to be graduates approach their practices with diverse materials and methods, utilizing mediums from printmaking to textiles to
(Paul Shortt, Reserved for Loitering, South Compton St., St. Louis, MO, 2015) Join us Thursday March 8th from 5-8pm for the opening of our newest exhibition Making Art / Making Community. This exhibition centers on artists using social bridging strategies in their artmaking through participatory experiments, humorous critiques, and collaborative craft. These artists
Join us for the last lecture in the Fieldworks Lecture Series with Dr. Scott Montgomery and Jennifer Ghormley this Wednesday 2/14 from 12-1pm! Dr. Scott Montgomery is currently collaborating with Dan Obarski on a two-hour documentary film on the Family Dog Denver. It tells the colorful tale of interwoven storylines of psychedelic posters, lightshows, rock music,
Come join us February 8th from 6-7pm for the next lecture in our Fieldworks Lecture Series. This week’s lecture duo is Brandon Siscoe and Kristin Stransky: Brandon Siscoe is a searcher, scavenger, and reverent re-presenter interested in positioning orphaned objects into a new psychological space. Siscoe dismantles the symbolic status of the object, interrupting established hierarchies
Tonight February 1st, we are kicking off our Fieldworks Lecture Series at 6pm in the Vicki Myhren Gallery with Sarah Gjerston and Timothy Weaver! Sarah Gjertson’s work focuses on historic nostalgia, American expectations of “womanhood”, and the utilization of sculpture to elicit feelings of longing or familiarity. Her research involves visits to historic town sites