Works from the Collection: An Accumulation of Objects Gathered for Study, Comparison, or Exhibition (Gallery I)
Artists and artwork includes Pierre Daura, Queena Stovall, Brooke Abbot, Jean Hélion, Cy Twombly, Connie Fox, Miriam Schapiro, Howard Finster, Mose Tolliver, Zuni pottery, African masks, Australian aboriginal paintings, and much more.
Left: Pierre Daura, Place du Sombral (Oil on canvas, 1956). Gift of Martha R. Daura
Aug. 21 – Oct. 6, 2023
The Inherent Truth (Lobby Gallery)
Works from the American photographer, David Seltzer
Lifespan of the Horizontal Line (Gallery II)
By Turkish-American artist, Bilgé Friedlaender
Oct. 16 – Dec. 8, 2023
When Do You Feel Safe? (Gallery II)
Interactive installation of bells made from weapons, by artist Stephanie Mercedes
The Floating World of Ukiyo-e – 19th Century Japanese Woodblock Prints
Did you know today’s anime and manga started with 19th-century Japanese Ukiyo-e?
The Daura Museum of Art presents stimulating, innovative, and inclusive exhibitions and programs that enhance the academic curriculum, emphasize cross-cultural understanding, provide broad academic experiences, and support collaborative and interdisciplinary opportunities to meet the academic needs of the University and enhance visitors’ on-site and on-line experiences, leading to ongoing engagement with the Gallery.
Exhibitions are scheduled in the Daura Museum and Dillard Lobby Gallery for the academic year. Temporary exhibitions may be planned to correspond with University initiatives, special programs, lectures, events, or symposia scheduled by other academic programs.