Past Exhibitions

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Suzi Altman

The University Art Gallery honors Black History Month with a photography exhibition by Suzi Altman, the 2012 Honored Artist of the National Museum of Women in the Arts from Mississippi. Suzi’s work has been featured in many of the world’s most famous publications such as, The New York Times, The Boston Globe, The Washington Post, and Time Magazine. She is passionate about the power of photography for social change and her work highlights important subjects including civil rights, poverty, women’s issues, and climate change. Suzi has spent over a decade capturing images in the Mississippi Delta recording the cultural heritage, music, and art of the area. Her photographs are rich with cultural history and human empathy—each image represents an important individual or event in black history.

Suzi Altman’s exhibition was on view at the University Gallery from January 27 to February 27, 2014

2013 Lights and Shadows Exhibition

Best of Show Winner & Art Faculty Award Winner: Jordan Wisenauer's Family Portrait

Other Winners:

Daisuke Arata (Portrait, 1st Place 2D), Clint Frenchko (The Big Cleanup, 2nd Place 2D), Michael Redding (Untitled, 1st Place Photography), Carrie Cook  (Homemade Love, 2nd Place Photography), tephanie Gile (Perspective Stone, 1st Place 3D), Aaron Keen (Goddess #2, 2nd Place 3D), Lisa Harris (Mad Hatter Tea, 1st Place Digital Media), Lisa Harris (Baskerville Type Poster, 2nd Place Digital Media), Jordan Weisenauer (Liberty Leading Majority, Merit Ward Painting), Kate Gonstad (MacKenzie, Merit Award Painting), Lisa Harris (Sewing, Merit Award Printmaking), Hanna Archer (Night Alley, Hanna Archer), Shilo Cupples (All’s Well that Ends Well, Merit Ward Painting)