aac exhibitions

aac exhibitions

PLAY: Tinker, Tech, & Toy: Main Level and Lower Level Galleries

on view JUL 11 - OCT 11, 2015

PLAY is an exhibition that examines games and play through the lens of contemporary art. We will look at play from a variety of vantage points, including: play as a vital tool for experimentation and innovation in art-making; play a fruitful source of subject matter and content; and play as a strategy to interact with and engage audiences in contemporary art.

Yes, and: Wyatt Resident Artists Gallery

on view AUG 29 - OCT 11, 2015

Curated by Caitlin Tucker-Melvin this group show features all of AAC's Resident Artists, bringing them together in a complementary tapestry of skill, style, and voice. Click here to read about the concept of the show in an essay by Tucker-Melvin, featured on AAC's blog.
Artists in this exhibition: Michele Colburn | Roxana Alger Geffen | Hedieh Javanshir Ilchi | Becca Kallem | Bridget Sue Lambert | Pam Rogers | Rachel Schmidt | Austin Shull | Jessica van Brakle | Alice Whealin | Dawn Whitmore

Metropolis: Perspectives in Two Cities: Jenkins Community Gallery

on view AUG 21 - OCT 25, 2015

In the Jenkins Community Gallery on the Lower Level - In partnership with CHAW (Capitol Hill Arts Workshop), AAC presents Perspectives in Two Cities - a photo exhibition featuring work by teen students. During summer 2015 students participated in an intensive photography institute that provides a soup to nuts exploration of the creative, curatorial, and marketing aspects of creating images and mounting a group photography exhibition. Working with professional photographers, guest artists, and arts professionals, students gain valuable perspective and technical expertise while developing a unique photographic voice.

upcoming exhibitions

on view OCT 24 - DEC 20, 2015

2015 Fall SOLOS - Main Level and Lower Level Galleries

Wired - Michele Colburn - Wyatt Resident Artists Gallery

on view OCT 30 - DEC 20, 2015

Dia de los Muertos - Jenkins Community Gallery (Lower Level)