Upcoming
Exhibitions

APR 2–APR 21, 2019

2019 Senior Thesis Exhibition 
Opening Reception: Saturday, APR 6 6:00–8:00 pm

Senior Exhibition, 2016
Emma Hohulin, One Day at a Time, 2018.

Emma Hohulin

One Day at a Time, 2019

The annual senior thesis exhibition features the work Mills College’s graduating Studio Art majors. Their debut show in a professional art museum, these artists demonstrate a breadth of ambition through a range of artistic approaches.

This year’s presenting artists are Ashley Garr, Emma Hohulin, Julianna Paola Lopez, Samantha Martin, Lena Martinez-Miller, Andrea Ortiz Galdamez, Emily Richards, Cass Schmitt, Hannah Soltz, and Jennifer Stovall.

MAY 4–JUN 2, 2019

MFA Thesis Exhibition 
Opening Reception: Saturday, MAY 4 6:00–8:00 pm

Zack Sumner, Persimmon, Week 5, 2018.
Zack Sumner, Persimmon, Week 5, 2018.

Zack Sumner

Persimmon, Week 5, 2018

Showcasing the work of the 2019 Mills College MFA recipients in Studio Art, the exhibition highlights the achievements as completed bodies of individual works.

This year’s presenting artists are Wyatt Hall, Lacey Johnson, Katharine Laich, Daniel Lulu, Michael Medina, Harlee Mollenkopf, Sarah Morrison, Claire Rabkin, Lindsay Rothwell, Zack Sumner, Tashi Wangdhu, and Bekah Wilson.

JUN 19–SEP 1, 2019

2019 ART+PROCESS+IDEAS EXHIBITIONCONSTANCE HOCKADAY, CATE WHITE

Cate White, Self Portrait, 2018.
Cate White, Self Portrait, 2018.

Cate White

Self Portrait

2018

MCAM’s summer exhibition features new work by current Art+Process+Ideas artists-in-residence, Constance Hockaday and Cate White.

Hockaday and White bring with them a community centered approach to art-making and a desire to take creative risks within their practice. The A+P+I program was established to support Bay Area artists who embrace just this spirit of experimentation and collaboration.