aac exhibitions

upcoming exhibitions

on view AUG 13 - OCT 2, 2016

Light Wishes Only to Be Land, curated by Becca Kallem
Wyatt Resident Artists Gallery - Upper Level
opening reception: Sat, Aug 13, 6 - 9 pm
In the language of painting, flatness and depth are usually opposites. Light Wishes Only to Be Land, a group show curated by AAC Resident Artist Becca Kallem features work by Tom Bunnell, Mike Dowley, Liz Guzman, along with Becca Kallem, and presents a variety of approaches to surface and space.


on view AUG 13 - OCT 2, 2016

Photography Institute - Jenkins Community Gallery - Lower Level
This summer in the the Jenkins Community Gallery AAC will present the work of teen students from the summer Photography Institute, developed in partnership with Capitol Hill Arts Workshop. Students will participate in an intensive program that covers historic and contemporary practices of photography from film to digital. Ultimately, students will work together to mount this group photography exhibition after exploring the technical, creative, and curatorial aspects of photography and exhibitions.


exhibitions on view

on view JUN 25 - OCT 2, 2016

Strange Landscapes - Main Level and Lower Level Galleries
Strange Landscapes approaches landscape as a topic, a historical legacy, a lens for exploring our relationship with nature, and a foundation for imagining alternative ways of being.


on view JUN 25 - JUL 31, 2016

Austin Shull: Reconciliation - Wyatt Resident Artists Gallery - Upper Level
On the Upper Level, we will present Reconciliation, a solo exhibition by AAC Resident Artist Austin Shull. In Reconciliation, the excavation of a former tenement building in the Lower East Side of Manhattan launches a multi-media, including video and photography, installation exploring alternative histories.


on view JUN 25 - JUL 31, 2016

Materialized Magic - Jenkins Community Gallery - Lower Level
On the Lower Level, the Jenkins Gallery will be transformed into an immersive three-dimensional fiber art installation entitled Materialized Magic: Mythical Creatures in a Yarn Artistry Habitat. Featuring the work of artists Stacy Cantrell and Erika Cleveland Materialized Magic is a collaborative process, sourcing the community for creation, assembly, installation, and de-installation of woodland, water, and sky habitats for the large-scale mythical fiber creatures created by the two artists. Yarn bomb meet ups, scheduled to take place prior to and during the installation, invite the community to participate in this work.