Main Gallery

African American portrail          

not but nothing other: African-American Portrayals, 1930s to Today
September 5 – December 7, 2019

Organized by Tom McDonough, Associate Professor of Art History. Generous support for this project is provided by Art Bridges.

Opening reception
Thursday, September 5, 5-7 p.m., program at 5:30 p.m.
Remarks followed by poetry reading by Brenda Cave-James

For a complete listing of events visit Events page



Other Exhibitions


 The Glass of Frederick Carder  

Steuben’s Era of Color: The Glass of Frederick Carder

Amy Robbins PhD ’19 in Anthropology





 The Theory of the Four Humors in Western Art



The Theory of the Four Humors in Western Art

Kelly Ryan '20, Art History major 

 Environmental Conflicts  

Landscapes and Land Use: Environmental Conflicts in Photography

Sally Hecht ’21, Environmental Studies, Public Policy and Law major



 The model child  

The Model Child

Emily Jelen ’19, Art History and Biology major

Love affair  

An Artist’s Love Affair with Japan and a Certain Woman

Alyssa Abesamis ’20, Art History and Anthropological Perspectives major


Last Updated: 8/12/19