APR 13–MAY 4, 2014
Blurring the Line
Blurring the Line showcases work from the collection of Lenore Pereira and Rich Niles curated by students in the Mills College Museum Studies Workshop. Pereira and Niles, Bay Area collectors of artwork by contemporary women artists, have generously invited Mills students to curate an exhibition from their collection. This is the third collaboration between Mills College and the Niles in which an all female group of students were given a unique opportunity to explore the work of an international roster of women artists.
DEC 6, 2013–MAY 25, 2014
Saints and Sinners: The Bible as Word and Image
Curated by an interdisciplinary group of Mills students in the courses Northern European Art and The Bible as Literature, Saints and Sinners: The Bible as Word and Image showcases works on paper from the collection of the Mills College Art Museum, and examines themes from the Old and New Testament through five centuries of printmaking and drawing.
THROUGH MAY 2014
Observation, Documentation, and Public Dialogues
The Mills College Art Museum has worked closely with faculty in the School of Education to integrate visual arts practices into student research projects. Working with local video artist Michael Damm, students learned not only the technical aspects of creating a multi-media presentation, but also addressed the process of creating compelling narratives and engaging audiences through visual media.
MAY 4–24, 2014
Mixed Messages: 2014 MFA Exhibition
This exhibition showcases works by students created for their graduate degrees in the Mills College MFA Studio Arts program. Featuring work by 12 MFA candidates, this annual exhibition is the culmination of the two-year Mills College MFA program in Studio Art. Artists include:
Gwynessa Balvanz, Sarah Beckstrom, Veva Edelson, Heather Engen , Dave Young Kim, William Koone, Margaret Lawless, David Mohr, Kate Rhoades, Kelsey Thorne, Lucienne Silva, Susan L. Sternberg.