June 2024

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    Tuesday
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to present the work of Israeli artists Maya Gelfman and Roie Avidan known as Mind the Heart!, who served as the fall 2023 Windgate Artists-in-Residence, and artist Leandra Urrutia, who served as the spring 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence. Artwork created by the artists during their residency is featured in this summer exhibition. Additionally, one artwork from each artist becomes part of the museum permanent collection and will be utilized as a teaching tool to further learning engagement and cultural enrichment opportunities across the KSU campus. The 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence exhibition was curated by Cynthia Nourse Thompson.

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    Wednesday
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to present the work of Israeli artists Maya Gelfman and Roie Avidan known as Mind the Heart!, who served as the fall 2023 Windgate Artists-in-Residence, and artist Leandra Urrutia, who served as the spring 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence. Artwork created by the artists during their residency is featured in this summer exhibition. Additionally, one artwork from each artist becomes part of the museum permanent collection and will be utilized as a teaching tool to further learning engagement and cultural enrichment opportunities across the KSU campus. The 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence exhibition was curated by Cynthia Nourse Thompson.

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    Thursday
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to present the work of Israeli artists Maya Gelfman and Roie Avidan known as Mind the Heart!, who served as the fall 2023 Windgate Artists-in-Residence, and artist Leandra Urrutia, who served as the spring 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence. Artwork created by the artists during their residency is featured in this summer exhibition. Additionally, one artwork from each artist becomes part of the museum permanent collection and will be utilized as a teaching tool to further learning engagement and cultural enrichment opportunities across the KSU campus. The 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence exhibition was curated by Cynthia Nourse Thompson.

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    Friday
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to present the work of Israeli artists Maya Gelfman and Roie Avidan known as Mind the Heart!, who served as the fall 2023 Windgate Artists-in-Residence, and artist Leandra Urrutia, who served as the spring 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence. Artwork created by the artists during their residency is featured in this summer exhibition. Additionally, one artwork from each artist becomes part of the museum permanent collection and will be utilized as a teaching tool to further learning engagement and cultural enrichment opportunities across the KSU campus. The 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence exhibition was curated by Cynthia Nourse Thompson.

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    Saturday
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to present the work of Israeli artists Maya Gelfman and Roie Avidan known as Mind the Heart!, who served as the fall 2023 Windgate Artists-in-Residence, and artist Leandra Urrutia, who served as the spring 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence. Artwork created by the artists during their residency is featured in this summer exhibition. Additionally, one artwork from each artist becomes part of the museum permanent collection and will be utilized as a teaching tool to further learning engagement and cultural enrichment opportunities across the KSU campus. The 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence exhibition was curated by Cynthia Nourse Thompson.

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    Sunday
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to present the work of Israeli artists Maya Gelfman and Roie Avidan known as Mind the Heart!, who served as the fall 2023 Windgate Artists-in-Residence, and artist Leandra Urrutia, who served as the spring 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence. Artwork created by the artists during their residency is featured in this summer exhibition. Additionally, one artwork from each artist becomes part of the museum permanent collection and will be utilized as a teaching tool to further learning engagement and cultural enrichment opportunities across the KSU campus. The 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence exhibition was curated by Cynthia Nourse Thompson.

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    Monday
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to present the work of Israeli artists Maya Gelfman and Roie Avidan known as Mind the Heart!, who served as the fall 2023 Windgate Artists-in-Residence, and artist Leandra Urrutia, who served as the spring 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence. Artwork created by the artists during their residency is featured in this summer exhibition. Additionally, one artwork from each artist becomes part of the museum permanent collection and will be utilized as a teaching tool to further learning engagement and cultural enrichment opportunities across the KSU campus. The 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence exhibition was curated by Cynthia Nourse Thompson.

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    Tuesday
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to present the work of Israeli artists Maya Gelfman and Roie Avidan known as Mind the Heart!, who served as the fall 2023 Windgate Artists-in-Residence, and artist Leandra Urrutia, who served as the spring 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence. Artwork created by the artists during their residency is featured in this summer exhibition. Additionally, one artwork from each artist becomes part of the museum permanent collection and will be utilized as a teaching tool to further learning engagement and cultural enrichment opportunities across the KSU campus. The 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence exhibition was curated by Cynthia Nourse Thompson.

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    Wednesday
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to present the work of Israeli artists Maya Gelfman and Roie Avidan known as Mind the Heart!, who served as the fall 2023 Windgate Artists-in-Residence, and artist Leandra Urrutia, who served as the spring 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence. Artwork created by the artists during their residency is featured in this summer exhibition. Additionally, one artwork from each artist becomes part of the museum permanent collection and will be utilized as a teaching tool to further learning engagement and cultural enrichment opportunities across the KSU campus. The 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence exhibition was curated by Cynthia Nourse Thompson.

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    Thursday
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to present the work of Israeli artists Maya Gelfman and Roie Avidan known as Mind the Heart!, who served as the fall 2023 Windgate Artists-in-Residence, and artist Leandra Urrutia, who served as the spring 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence. Artwork created by the artists during their residency is featured in this summer exhibition. Additionally, one artwork from each artist becomes part of the museum permanent collection and will be utilized as a teaching tool to further learning engagement and cultural enrichment opportunities across the KSU campus. The 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence exhibition was curated by Cynthia Nourse Thompson.

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    Friday
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to present the work of Israeli artists Maya Gelfman and Roie Avidan known as Mind the Heart!, who served as the fall 2023 Windgate Artists-in-Residence, and artist Leandra Urrutia, who served as the spring 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence. Artwork created by the artists during their residency is featured in this summer exhibition. Additionally, one artwork from each artist becomes part of the museum permanent collection and will be utilized as a teaching tool to further learning engagement and cultural enrichment opportunities across the KSU campus. The 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence exhibition was curated by Cynthia Nourse Thompson.

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    Saturday
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to present the work of Israeli artists Maya Gelfman and Roie Avidan known as Mind the Heart!, who served as the fall 2023 Windgate Artists-in-Residence, and artist Leandra Urrutia, who served as the spring 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence. Artwork created by the artists during their residency is featured in this summer exhibition. Additionally, one artwork from each artist becomes part of the museum permanent collection and will be utilized as a teaching tool to further learning engagement and cultural enrichment opportunities across the KSU campus. The 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence exhibition was curated by Cynthia Nourse Thompson.

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    Sunday
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to present the work of Israeli artists Maya Gelfman and Roie Avidan known as Mind the Heart!, who served as the fall 2023 Windgate Artists-in-Residence, and artist Leandra Urrutia, who served as the spring 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence. Artwork created by the artists during their residency is featured in this summer exhibition. Additionally, one artwork from each artist becomes part of the museum permanent collection and will be utilized as a teaching tool to further learning engagement and cultural enrichment opportunities across the KSU campus. The 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence exhibition was curated by Cynthia Nourse Thompson.

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    Monday
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to present the work of Israeli artists Maya Gelfman and Roie Avidan known as Mind the Heart!, who served as the fall 2023 Windgate Artists-in-Residence, and artist Leandra Urrutia, who served as the spring 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence. Artwork created by the artists during their residency is featured in this summer exhibition. Additionally, one artwork from each artist becomes part of the museum permanent collection and will be utilized as a teaching tool to further learning engagement and cultural enrichment opportunities across the KSU campus. The 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence exhibition was curated by Cynthia Nourse Thompson.

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    Tuesday
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to present the work of Israeli artists Maya Gelfman and Roie Avidan known as Mind the Heart!, who served as the fall 2023 Windgate Artists-in-Residence, and artist Leandra Urrutia, who served as the spring 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence. Artwork created by the artists during their residency is featured in this summer exhibition. Additionally, one artwork from each artist becomes part of the museum permanent collection and will be utilized as a teaching tool to further learning engagement and cultural enrichment opportunities across the KSU campus. The 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence exhibition was curated by Cynthia Nourse Thompson.

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    Wednesday
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to present the work of Israeli artists Maya Gelfman and Roie Avidan known as Mind the Heart!, who served as the fall 2023 Windgate Artists-in-Residence, and artist Leandra Urrutia, who served as the spring 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence. Artwork created by the artists during their residency is featured in this summer exhibition. Additionally, one artwork from each artist becomes part of the museum permanent collection and will be utilized as a teaching tool to further learning engagement and cultural enrichment opportunities across the KSU campus. The 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence exhibition was curated by Cynthia Nourse Thompson.

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    Thursday
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to present the work of Israeli artists Maya Gelfman and Roie Avidan known as Mind the Heart!, who served as the fall 2023 Windgate Artists-in-Residence, and artist Leandra Urrutia, who served as the spring 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence. Artwork created by the artists during their residency is featured in this summer exhibition. Additionally, one artwork from each artist becomes part of the museum permanent collection and will be utilized as a teaching tool to further learning engagement and cultural enrichment opportunities across the KSU campus. The 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence exhibition was curated by Cynthia Nourse Thompson.

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    Friday
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to present the work of Israeli artists Maya Gelfman and Roie Avidan known as Mind the Heart!, who served as the fall 2023 Windgate Artists-in-Residence, and artist Leandra Urrutia, who served as the spring 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence. Artwork created by the artists during their residency is featured in this summer exhibition. Additionally, one artwork from each artist becomes part of the museum permanent collection and will be utilized as a teaching tool to further learning engagement and cultural enrichment opportunities across the KSU campus. The 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence exhibition was curated by Cynthia Nourse Thompson.

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    Saturday
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to present the work of Israeli artists Maya Gelfman and Roie Avidan known as Mind the Heart!, who served as the fall 2023 Windgate Artists-in-Residence, and artist Leandra Urrutia, who served as the spring 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence. Artwork created by the artists during their residency is featured in this summer exhibition. Additionally, one artwork from each artist becomes part of the museum permanent collection and will be utilized as a teaching tool to further learning engagement and cultural enrichment opportunities across the KSU campus. The 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence exhibition was curated by Cynthia Nourse Thompson.

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    Sunday
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to present the work of Israeli artists Maya Gelfman and Roie Avidan known as Mind the Heart!, who served as the fall 2023 Windgate Artists-in-Residence, and artist Leandra Urrutia, who served as the spring 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence. Artwork created by the artists during their residency is featured in this summer exhibition. Additionally, one artwork from each artist becomes part of the museum permanent collection and will be utilized as a teaching tool to further learning engagement and cultural enrichment opportunities across the KSU campus. The 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence exhibition was curated by Cynthia Nourse Thompson.

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    Monday
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to present the work of Israeli artists Maya Gelfman and Roie Avidan known as Mind the Heart!, who served as the fall 2023 Windgate Artists-in-Residence, and artist Leandra Urrutia, who served as the spring 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence. Artwork created by the artists during their residency is featured in this summer exhibition. Additionally, one artwork from each artist becomes part of the museum permanent collection and will be utilized as a teaching tool to further learning engagement and cultural enrichment opportunities across the KSU campus. The 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence exhibition was curated by Cynthia Nourse Thompson.

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    Tuesday
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to present the work of Israeli artists Maya Gelfman and Roie Avidan known as Mind the Heart!, who served as the fall 2023 Windgate Artists-in-Residence, and artist Leandra Urrutia, who served as the spring 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence. Artwork created by the artists during their residency is featured in this summer exhibition. Additionally, one artwork from each artist becomes part of the museum permanent collection and will be utilized as a teaching tool to further learning engagement and cultural enrichment opportunities across the KSU campus. The 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence exhibition was curated by Cynthia Nourse Thompson.

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    Wednesday
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to present the work of Israeli artists Maya Gelfman and Roie Avidan known as Mind the Heart!, who served as the fall 2023 Windgate Artists-in-Residence, and artist Leandra Urrutia, who served as the spring 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence. Artwork created by the artists during their residency is featured in this summer exhibition. Additionally, one artwork from each artist becomes part of the museum permanent collection and will be utilized as a teaching tool to further learning engagement and cultural enrichment opportunities across the KSU campus. The 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence exhibition was curated by Cynthia Nourse Thompson.

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    Thursday
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to present the work of Israeli artists Maya Gelfman and Roie Avidan known as Mind the Heart!, who served as the fall 2023 Windgate Artists-in-Residence, and artist Leandra Urrutia, who served as the spring 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence. Artwork created by the artists during their residency is featured in this summer exhibition. Additionally, one artwork from each artist becomes part of the museum permanent collection and will be utilized as a teaching tool to further learning engagement and cultural enrichment opportunities across the KSU campus. The 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence exhibition was curated by Cynthia Nourse Thompson.

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    Friday
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to present the work of Israeli artists Maya Gelfman and Roie Avidan known as Mind the Heart!, who served as the fall 2023 Windgate Artists-in-Residence, and artist Leandra Urrutia, who served as the spring 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence. Artwork created by the artists during their residency is featured in this summer exhibition. Additionally, one artwork from each artist becomes part of the museum permanent collection and will be utilized as a teaching tool to further learning engagement and cultural enrichment opportunities across the KSU campus. The 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence exhibition was curated by Cynthia Nourse Thompson.

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    Saturday
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to present the work of Israeli artists Maya Gelfman and Roie Avidan known as Mind the Heart!, who served as the fall 2023 Windgate Artists-in-Residence, and artist Leandra Urrutia, who served as the spring 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence. Artwork created by the artists during their residency is featured in this summer exhibition. Additionally, one artwork from each artist becomes part of the museum permanent collection and will be utilized as a teaching tool to further learning engagement and cultural enrichment opportunities across the KSU campus. The 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence exhibition was curated by Cynthia Nourse Thompson.

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    Sunday
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to present the work of Israeli artists Maya Gelfman and Roie Avidan known as Mind the Heart!, who served as the fall 2023 Windgate Artists-in-Residence, and artist Leandra Urrutia, who served as the spring 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence. Artwork created by the artists during their residency is featured in this summer exhibition. Additionally, one artwork from each artist becomes part of the museum permanent collection and will be utilized as a teaching tool to further learning engagement and cultural enrichment opportunities across the KSU campus. The 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence exhibition was curated by Cynthia Nourse Thompson.

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    Monday
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to present the work of Israeli artists Maya Gelfman and Roie Avidan known as Mind the Heart!, who served as the fall 2023 Windgate Artists-in-Residence, and artist Leandra Urrutia, who served as the spring 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence. Artwork created by the artists during their residency is featured in this summer exhibition. Additionally, one artwork from each artist becomes part of the museum permanent collection and will be utilized as a teaching tool to further learning engagement and cultural enrichment opportunities across the KSU campus. The 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence exhibition was curated by Cynthia Nourse Thompson.

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    Tuesday
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to present the work of Israeli artists Maya Gelfman and Roie Avidan known as Mind the Heart!, who served as the fall 2023 Windgate Artists-in-Residence, and artist Leandra Urrutia, who served as the spring 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence. Artwork created by the artists during their residency is featured in this summer exhibition. Additionally, one artwork from each artist becomes part of the museum permanent collection and will be utilized as a teaching tool to further learning engagement and cultural enrichment opportunities across the KSU campus. The 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence exhibition was curated by Cynthia Nourse Thompson.

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    Wednesday
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to present the work of Israeli artists Maya Gelfman and Roie Avidan known as Mind the Heart!, who served as the fall 2023 Windgate Artists-in-Residence, and artist Leandra Urrutia, who served as the spring 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence. Artwork created by the artists during their residency is featured in this summer exhibition. Additionally, one artwork from each artist becomes part of the museum permanent collection and will be utilized as a teaching tool to further learning engagement and cultural enrichment opportunities across the KSU campus. The 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence exhibition was curated by Cynthia Nourse Thompson.

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    Thursday
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to present the work of Israeli artists Maya Gelfman and Roie Avidan known as Mind the Heart!, who served as the fall 2023 Windgate Artists-in-Residence, and artist Leandra Urrutia, who served as the spring 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence. Artwork created by the artists during their residency is featured in this summer exhibition. Additionally, one artwork from each artist becomes part of the museum permanent collection and will be utilized as a teaching tool to further learning engagement and cultural enrichment opportunities across the KSU campus. The 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence exhibition was curated by Cynthia Nourse Thompson.

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    Friday
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to present the work of Israeli artists Maya Gelfman and Roie Avidan known as Mind the Heart!, who served as the fall 2023 Windgate Artists-in-Residence, and artist Leandra Urrutia, who served as the spring 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence. Artwork created by the artists during their residency is featured in this summer exhibition. Additionally, one artwork from each artist becomes part of the museum permanent collection and will be utilized as a teaching tool to further learning engagement and cultural enrichment opportunities across the KSU campus. The 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence exhibition was curated by Cynthia Nourse Thompson.

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    Saturday
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to present the work of Israeli artists Maya Gelfman and Roie Avidan known as Mind the Heart!, who served as the fall 2023 Windgate Artists-in-Residence, and artist Leandra Urrutia, who served as the spring 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence. Artwork created by the artists during their residency is featured in this summer exhibition. Additionally, one artwork from each artist becomes part of the museum permanent collection and will be utilized as a teaching tool to further learning engagement and cultural enrichment opportunities across the KSU campus. The 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence exhibition was curated by Cynthia Nourse Thompson.

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    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to present the work of Israeli artists Maya Gelfman and Roie Avidan known as Mind the Heart!, who served as the fall 2023 Windgate Artists-in-Residence, and artist Leandra Urrutia, who served as the spring 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence. Artwork created by the artists during their residency is featured in this summer exhibition. Additionally, one artwork from each artist becomes part of the museum permanent collection and will be utilized as a teaching tool to further learning engagement and cultural enrichment opportunities across the KSU campus. The 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence exhibition was curated by Cynthia Nourse Thompson.

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    Monday
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to present the work of Israeli artists Maya Gelfman and Roie Avidan known as Mind the Heart!, who served as the fall 2023 Windgate Artists-in-Residence, and artist Leandra Urrutia, who served as the spring 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence. Artwork created by the artists during their residency is featured in this summer exhibition. Additionally, one artwork from each artist becomes part of the museum permanent collection and will be utilized as a teaching tool to further learning engagement and cultural enrichment opportunities across the KSU campus. The 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence exhibition was curated by Cynthia Nourse Thompson.

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    Tuesday
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to present the work of Israeli artists Maya Gelfman and Roie Avidan known as Mind the Heart!, who served as the fall 2023 Windgate Artists-in-Residence, and artist Leandra Urrutia, who served as the spring 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence. Artwork created by the artists during their residency is featured in this summer exhibition. Additionally, one artwork from each artist becomes part of the museum permanent collection and will be utilized as a teaching tool to further learning engagement and cultural enrichment opportunities across the KSU campus. The 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence exhibition was curated by Cynthia Nourse Thompson.

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    Wednesday
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to present the work of Israeli artists Maya Gelfman and Roie Avidan known as Mind the Heart!, who served as the fall 2023 Windgate Artists-in-Residence, and artist Leandra Urrutia, who served as the spring 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence. Artwork created by the artists during their residency is featured in this summer exhibition. Additionally, one artwork from each artist becomes part of the museum permanent collection and will be utilized as a teaching tool to further learning engagement and cultural enrichment opportunities across the KSU campus. The 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence exhibition was curated by Cynthia Nourse Thompson.

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    Thursday
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to present the work of Israeli artists Maya Gelfman and Roie Avidan known as Mind the Heart!, who served as the fall 2023 Windgate Artists-in-Residence, and artist Leandra Urrutia, who served as the spring 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence. Artwork created by the artists during their residency is featured in this summer exhibition. Additionally, one artwork from each artist becomes part of the museum permanent collection and will be utilized as a teaching tool to further learning engagement and cultural enrichment opportunities across the KSU campus. The 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence exhibition was curated by Cynthia Nourse Thompson.

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    Friday
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to present the work of Israeli artists Maya Gelfman and Roie Avidan known as Mind the Heart!, who served as the fall 2023 Windgate Artists-in-Residence, and artist Leandra Urrutia, who served as the spring 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence. Artwork created by the artists during their residency is featured in this summer exhibition. Additionally, one artwork from each artist becomes part of the museum permanent collection and will be utilized as a teaching tool to further learning engagement and cultural enrichment opportunities across the KSU campus. The 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence exhibition was curated by Cynthia Nourse Thompson.

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    Saturday
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to present the work of Israeli artists Maya Gelfman and Roie Avidan known as Mind the Heart!, who served as the fall 2023 Windgate Artists-in-Residence, and artist Leandra Urrutia, who served as the spring 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence. Artwork created by the artists during their residency is featured in this summer exhibition. Additionally, one artwork from each artist becomes part of the museum permanent collection and will be utilized as a teaching tool to further learning engagement and cultural enrichment opportunities across the KSU campus. The 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence exhibition was curated by Cynthia Nourse Thompson.

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    Sunday
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to present the work of Israeli artists Maya Gelfman and Roie Avidan known as Mind the Heart!, who served as the fall 2023 Windgate Artists-in-Residence, and artist Leandra Urrutia, who served as the spring 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence. Artwork created by the artists during their residency is featured in this summer exhibition. Additionally, one artwork from each artist becomes part of the museum permanent collection and will be utilized as a teaching tool to further learning engagement and cultural enrichment opportunities across the KSU campus. The 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence exhibition was curated by Cynthia Nourse Thompson.

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    Monday
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to present the work of Israeli artists Maya Gelfman and Roie Avidan known as Mind the Heart!, who served as the fall 2023 Windgate Artists-in-Residence, and artist Leandra Urrutia, who served as the spring 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence. Artwork created by the artists during their residency is featured in this summer exhibition. Additionally, one artwork from each artist becomes part of the museum permanent collection and will be utilized as a teaching tool to further learning engagement and cultural enrichment opportunities across the KSU campus. The 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence exhibition was curated by Cynthia Nourse Thompson.

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    Tuesday
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to present the work of Israeli artists Maya Gelfman and Roie Avidan known as Mind the Heart!, who served as the fall 2023 Windgate Artists-in-Residence, and artist Leandra Urrutia, who served as the spring 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence. Artwork created by the artists during their residency is featured in this summer exhibition. Additionally, one artwork from each artist becomes part of the museum permanent collection and will be utilized as a teaching tool to further learning engagement and cultural enrichment opportunities across the KSU campus. The 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence exhibition was curated by Cynthia Nourse Thompson.

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    Wednesday
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to present the work of Israeli artists Maya Gelfman and Roie Avidan known as Mind the Heart!, who served as the fall 2023 Windgate Artists-in-Residence, and artist Leandra Urrutia, who served as the spring 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence. Artwork created by the artists during their residency is featured in this summer exhibition. Additionally, one artwork from each artist becomes part of the museum permanent collection and will be utilized as a teaching tool to further learning engagement and cultural enrichment opportunities across the KSU campus. The 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence exhibition was curated by Cynthia Nourse Thompson.

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    Thursday
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to present the work of Israeli artists Maya Gelfman and Roie Avidan known as Mind the Heart!, who served as the fall 2023 Windgate Artists-in-Residence, and artist Leandra Urrutia, who served as the spring 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence. Artwork created by the artists during their residency is featured in this summer exhibition. Additionally, one artwork from each artist becomes part of the museum permanent collection and will be utilized as a teaching tool to further learning engagement and cultural enrichment opportunities across the KSU campus. The 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence exhibition was curated by Cynthia Nourse Thompson.

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    Friday
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to present the work of Israeli artists Maya Gelfman and Roie Avidan known as Mind the Heart!, who served as the fall 2023 Windgate Artists-in-Residence, and artist Leandra Urrutia, who served as the spring 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence. Artwork created by the artists during their residency is featured in this summer exhibition. Additionally, one artwork from each artist becomes part of the museum permanent collection and will be utilized as a teaching tool to further learning engagement and cultural enrichment opportunities across the KSU campus. The 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence exhibition was curated by Cynthia Nourse Thompson.

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    Saturday
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to present the work of Israeli artists Maya Gelfman and Roie Avidan known as Mind the Heart!, who served as the fall 2023 Windgate Artists-in-Residence, and artist Leandra Urrutia, who served as the spring 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence. Artwork created by the artists during their residency is featured in this summer exhibition. Additionally, one artwork from each artist becomes part of the museum permanent collection and will be utilized as a teaching tool to further learning engagement and cultural enrichment opportunities across the KSU campus. The 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence exhibition was curated by Cynthia Nourse Thompson.

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    Sunday
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to present the work of Israeli artists Maya Gelfman and Roie Avidan known as Mind the Heart!, who served as the fall 2023 Windgate Artists-in-Residence, and artist Leandra Urrutia, who served as the spring 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence. Artwork created by the artists during their residency is featured in this summer exhibition. Additionally, one artwork from each artist becomes part of the museum permanent collection and will be utilized as a teaching tool to further learning engagement and cultural enrichment opportunities across the KSU campus. The 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence exhibition was curated by Cynthia Nourse Thompson.

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    Monday
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to present the work of Israeli artists Maya Gelfman and Roie Avidan known as Mind the Heart!, who served as the fall 2023 Windgate Artists-in-Residence, and artist Leandra Urrutia, who served as the spring 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence. Artwork created by the artists during their residency is featured in this summer exhibition. Additionally, one artwork from each artist becomes part of the museum permanent collection and will be utilized as a teaching tool to further learning engagement and cultural enrichment opportunities across the KSU campus. The 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence exhibition was curated by Cynthia Nourse Thompson.

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    Tuesday
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to present the work of Israeli artists Maya Gelfman and Roie Avidan known as Mind the Heart!, who served as the fall 2023 Windgate Artists-in-Residence, and artist Leandra Urrutia, who served as the spring 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence. Artwork created by the artists during their residency is featured in this summer exhibition. Additionally, one artwork from each artist becomes part of the museum permanent collection and will be utilized as a teaching tool to further learning engagement and cultural enrichment opportunities across the KSU campus. The 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence exhibition was curated by Cynthia Nourse Thompson.

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    Wednesday
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to present the work of Israeli artists Maya Gelfman and Roie Avidan known as Mind the Heart!, who served as the fall 2023 Windgate Artists-in-Residence, and artist Leandra Urrutia, who served as the spring 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence. Artwork created by the artists during their residency is featured in this summer exhibition. Additionally, one artwork from each artist becomes part of the museum permanent collection and will be utilized as a teaching tool to further learning engagement and cultural enrichment opportunities across the KSU campus. The 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence exhibition was curated by Cynthia Nourse Thompson.

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    Thursday
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to present the work of Israeli artists Maya Gelfman and Roie Avidan known as Mind the Heart!, who served as the fall 2023 Windgate Artists-in-Residence, and artist Leandra Urrutia, who served as the spring 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence. Artwork created by the artists during their residency is featured in this summer exhibition. Additionally, one artwork from each artist becomes part of the museum permanent collection and will be utilized as a teaching tool to further learning engagement and cultural enrichment opportunities across the KSU campus. The 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence exhibition was curated by Cynthia Nourse Thompson.

  • 26
    Friday
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to present the work of Israeli artists Maya Gelfman and Roie Avidan known as Mind the Heart!, who served as the fall 2023 Windgate Artists-in-Residence, and artist Leandra Urrutia, who served as the spring 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence. Artwork created by the artists during their residency is featured in this summer exhibition. Additionally, one artwork from each artist becomes part of the museum permanent collection and will be utilized as a teaching tool to further learning engagement and cultural enrichment opportunities across the KSU campus. The 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence exhibition was curated by Cynthia Nourse Thompson.

  • 27
    Saturday
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    Windgate Artists in Residence Exhibition: Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan, aka Mind the Heart! Project and Leandra Urrutia
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to present the work of Israeli artists Maya Gelfman and Roie Avidan known as Mind the Heart!, who served as the fall 2023 Windgate Artists-in-Residence, and artist Leandra Urrutia, who served as the spring 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence. Artwork created by the artists during their residency is featured in this summer exhibition. Additionally, one artwork from each artist becomes part of the museum permanent collection and will be utilized as a teaching tool to further learning engagement and cultural enrichment opportunities across the KSU campus. The 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence exhibition was curated by Cynthia Nourse Thompson.

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    New Semester Meet-N-Greet: August 14, Kennesaw Campus
    New Semester Meet-N-Greet: August 14, Kennesaw Campus
    4:00pm
    at Academic Learning Center, 3550

    All current KSU graduate students are invited to stop by the Kennesaw Graduate Student Success Center to celebrate the new semester and enjoy conversation and light refreshments.

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    The 48 Hour Play Festival
    The 48 Hour Play Festival
    8:00pm
    at Stillwell Theater

    Come see the final product of 48-hours of art-making from inception to final product! 

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    Double Exposure
    Double Exposure
    8:00pm
    at KSU Dance Theater on the Marietta campus

    Double Exposure proudly presents two world premieres by nationally acclaimed choreographers Tristian Griffin and Christian Denice. Created exclusively for the KSU Dance Company, these works represent the culmination of the Pomare/Connor Summer Residency. This inspiring and dynamic evening of original concert dance promises to push the boundaries of artistic innovation.

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    Saturday
    Double Exposure
    Double Exposure
    8:00pm
    at KSU Dance Theater on the Marietta campus

    Double Exposure proudly presents two world premieres by nationally acclaimed choreographers Tristian Griffin and Christian Denice. Created exclusively for the KSU Dance Company, these works represent the culmination of the Pomare/Connor Summer Residency. This inspiring and dynamic evening of original concert dance promises to push the boundaries of artistic innovation.

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    Faculty Recital: Leonardo Lopes, Double Bass
    Faculty Recital: Leonardo Lopes, Double Bass
    7:30pm
    at Bailey Performance Center, Morgan Hall

    Faculty Recital Series. Enjoy an evening of music featuring the double bass performed by Bailey School of Music faculty artist Leonardo Lopes.

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    Tuesday
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation presents a sweeping survey of over 35 objects spanning 15 years. The exhibition includes prints, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and video. Born in Colorado in 1972, Jeffrey Gibson is of Cherokee heritage and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. His vibrant work is a call for Indigenous empowerment as well as queer visibility. Gibson has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Gibson is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale 2024—the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition in the American Pavilion. This traveling exhibition is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Washington State University and is curated by Ryan Hardesty, Executive Director.

    Support for this exhibition and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the
    Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

    Opening Reception: October 2nd, 2024

    Gallery talk with artist Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnitzer in association with INTERCHANGE faculty performance event: October 17th, 7:30pm

    ZMA Project Wall North
    ZMA Project Wall North
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art
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    ZMA Project Wall East
    ZMA Project Wall East
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art
    Fall 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence: Matthew Kirk
    Fall 2024 Windgate Artist-in-Residence: Matthew Kirk
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    Matthew Kirk (b. 1978, Ganado, Ariz.) is an enrolled member of the Navajo Nation and currently lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. A self-taught artist, Kirk’s abstract assemblages and paintings are steeped in symbolism and iconography that take inspiration from colors and patterns found in turn-of-the-century Navajo rugs. Kirk will be the Windgate Artist-in- Residence at KSU in Fall 2024.

    In person lecture at the ZMA: November 7th, 5pm

    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

    Buy Tickets
    Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
    Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
    10:00am
    at Fine Arts Gallery

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art’s 2024 Art Educators Biennial, Playful Encounters, considers how art can be about play and the myriad ways artist-educators engage artmaking for enjoyment and recreation. Play carries the imagination to unexpected destinations and supports unbridled generative work.

    Opening Reception: September 7th, 2024

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    Wednesday
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation presents a sweeping survey of over 35 objects spanning 15 years. The exhibition includes prints, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and video. Born in Colorado in 1972, Jeffrey Gibson is of Cherokee heritage and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. His vibrant work is a call for Indigenous empowerment as well as queer visibility. Gibson has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Gibson is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale 2024—the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition in the American Pavilion. This traveling exhibition is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Washington State University and is curated by Ryan Hardesty, Executive Director.

    Support for this exhibition and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the
    Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

    Opening Reception: October 2nd, 2024

    Gallery talk with artist Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnitzer in association with INTERCHANGE faculty performance event: October 17th, 7:30pm

    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

    Buy Tickets
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    Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
    Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
    10:00am
    at Fine Arts Gallery

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art’s 2024 Art Educators Biennial, Playful Encounters, considers how art can be about play and the myriad ways artist-educators engage artmaking for enjoyment and recreation. Play carries the imagination to unexpected destinations and supports unbridled generative work.

    Opening Reception: September 7th, 2024

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    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation presents a sweeping survey of over 35 objects spanning 15 years. The exhibition includes prints, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and video. Born in Colorado in 1972, Jeffrey Gibson is of Cherokee heritage and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. His vibrant work is a call for Indigenous empowerment as well as queer visibility. Gibson has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Gibson is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale 2024—the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition in the American Pavilion. This traveling exhibition is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Washington State University and is curated by Ryan Hardesty, Executive Director.

    Support for this exhibition and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the
    Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

    Opening Reception: October 2nd, 2024

    Gallery talk with artist Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnitzer in association with INTERCHANGE faculty performance event: October 17th, 7:30pm

    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

    Buy Tickets
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    Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
    Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
    10:00am
    at Fine Arts Gallery

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art’s 2024 Art Educators Biennial, Playful Encounters, considers how art can be about play and the myriad ways artist-educators engage artmaking for enjoyment and recreation. Play carries the imagination to unexpected destinations and supports unbridled generative work.

    Opening Reception: September 7th, 2024

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    Friday
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

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    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation presents a sweeping survey of over 35 objects spanning 15 years. The exhibition includes prints, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and video. Born in Colorado in 1972, Jeffrey Gibson is of Cherokee heritage and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. His vibrant work is a call for Indigenous empowerment as well as queer visibility. Gibson has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Gibson is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale 2024—the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition in the American Pavilion. This traveling exhibition is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Washington State University and is curated by Ryan Hardesty, Executive Director.

    Support for this exhibition and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the
    Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

    Opening Reception: October 2nd, 2024

    Gallery talk with artist Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnitzer in association with INTERCHANGE faculty performance event: October 17th, 7:30pm

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    Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
    Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
    10:00am
    at Fine Arts Gallery

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art’s 2024 Art Educators Biennial, Playful Encounters, considers how art can be about play and the myriad ways artist-educators engage artmaking for enjoyment and recreation. Play carries the imagination to unexpected destinations and supports unbridled generative work.

    Opening Reception: September 7th, 2024

  • 31
    Saturday
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation presents a sweeping survey of over 35 objects spanning 15 years. The exhibition includes prints, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and video. Born in Colorado in 1972, Jeffrey Gibson is of Cherokee heritage and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. His vibrant work is a call for Indigenous empowerment as well as queer visibility. Gibson has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Gibson is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale 2024—the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition in the American Pavilion. This traveling exhibition is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Washington State University and is curated by Ryan Hardesty, Executive Director.

    Support for this exhibition and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the
    Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

    Opening Reception: October 2nd, 2024

    Gallery talk with artist Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnitzer in association with INTERCHANGE faculty performance event: October 17th, 7:30pm

    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

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    +1
    Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
    Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
    12:00pm
    at Fine Arts Gallery

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art’s 2024 Art Educators Biennial, Playful Encounters, considers how art can be about play and the myriad ways artist-educators engage artmaking for enjoyment and recreation. Play carries the imagination to unexpected destinations and supports unbridled generative work.

    Opening Reception: September 7th, 2024

September 2024

  • Sunday
  • Monday
  • Tuesday
  • Wednesday
  • Thursday
  • Friday
  • Saturday
    • 1
      Sunday
      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
      All Day
      at Zuckerman Museum of Art

      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation presents a sweeping survey of over 35 objects spanning 15 years. The exhibition includes prints, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and video. Born in Colorado in 1972, Jeffrey Gibson is of Cherokee heritage and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. His vibrant work is a call for Indigenous empowerment as well as queer visibility. Gibson has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Gibson is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale 2024—the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition in the American Pavilion. This traveling exhibition is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Washington State University and is curated by Ryan Hardesty, Executive Director.

      Support for this exhibition and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the
      Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

      Opening Reception: October 2nd, 2024

      Gallery talk with artist Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnitzer in association with INTERCHANGE faculty performance event: October 17th, 7:30pm

      Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
      Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
      All Day
      at Zuckerman Museum of Art

      The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

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    • 2
      Monday
      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
      All Day
      at Zuckerman Museum of Art

      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation presents a sweeping survey of over 35 objects spanning 15 years. The exhibition includes prints, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and video. Born in Colorado in 1972, Jeffrey Gibson is of Cherokee heritage and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. His vibrant work is a call for Indigenous empowerment as well as queer visibility. Gibson has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Gibson is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale 2024—the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition in the American Pavilion. This traveling exhibition is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Washington State University and is curated by Ryan Hardesty, Executive Director.

      Support for this exhibition and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the
      Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

      Opening Reception: October 2nd, 2024

      Gallery talk with artist Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnitzer in association with INTERCHANGE faculty performance event: October 17th, 7:30pm

      Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
      Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
      All Day
      at Zuckerman Museum of Art

      The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

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    • 3
      Tuesday
      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
      All Day
      at Zuckerman Museum of Art

      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation presents a sweeping survey of over 35 objects spanning 15 years. The exhibition includes prints, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and video. Born in Colorado in 1972, Jeffrey Gibson is of Cherokee heritage and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. His vibrant work is a call for Indigenous empowerment as well as queer visibility. Gibson has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Gibson is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale 2024—the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition in the American Pavilion. This traveling exhibition is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Washington State University and is curated by Ryan Hardesty, Executive Director.

      Support for this exhibition and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the
      Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

      Opening Reception: October 2nd, 2024

      Gallery talk with artist Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnitzer in association with INTERCHANGE faculty performance event: October 17th, 7:30pm

      Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
      Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
      All Day
      at Zuckerman Museum of Art

      The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

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      +2
      Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
      Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
      10:00am
      at Fine Arts Gallery

      The Zuckerman Museum of Art’s 2024 Art Educators Biennial, Playful Encounters, considers how art can be about play and the myriad ways artist-educators engage artmaking for enjoyment and recreation. Play carries the imagination to unexpected destinations and supports unbridled generative work.

      Opening Reception: September 7th, 2024

      Indigenous Resistance in Graphic Novels: Visual Stories that Lead
      Indigenous Resistance in Graphic Novels: Visual Stories that Lead
      4:00pm

      In this virtual presentation, Indigenous Mvskoke Artist Johnnie Diacon will present his recent graphic novel in conversation with KSU faculty Dr. Miriam Brown Spiers (Associate Professor of English and American Studies, Graduate Program Director of American Studies and Native American and Indigenous Studies coordinator) and Shuchita Mishra (Assistant Professor in Illustration and Sequential Art, School of Art and Design).

    • 4
      Wednesday
      Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
      Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
      All Day
      at Zuckerman Museum of Art

      The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

      Buy Tickets
      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
      All Day
      at Zuckerman Museum of Art

      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation presents a sweeping survey of over 35 objects spanning 15 years. The exhibition includes prints, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and video. Born in Colorado in 1972, Jeffrey Gibson is of Cherokee heritage and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. His vibrant work is a call for Indigenous empowerment as well as queer visibility. Gibson has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Gibson is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale 2024—the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition in the American Pavilion. This traveling exhibition is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Washington State University and is curated by Ryan Hardesty, Executive Director.

      Support for this exhibition and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the
      Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

      Opening Reception: October 2nd, 2024

      Gallery talk with artist Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnitzer in association with INTERCHANGE faculty performance event: October 17th, 7:30pm

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      Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
      Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
      10:00am
      at Fine Arts Gallery

      The Zuckerman Museum of Art’s 2024 Art Educators Biennial, Playful Encounters, considers how art can be about play and the myriad ways artist-educators engage artmaking for enjoyment and recreation. Play carries the imagination to unexpected destinations and supports unbridled generative work.

      Opening Reception: September 7th, 2024

    • 5
      Thursday
      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
      All Day
      at Zuckerman Museum of Art

      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation presents a sweeping survey of over 35 objects spanning 15 years. The exhibition includes prints, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and video. Born in Colorado in 1972, Jeffrey Gibson is of Cherokee heritage and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. His vibrant work is a call for Indigenous empowerment as well as queer visibility. Gibson has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Gibson is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale 2024—the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition in the American Pavilion. This traveling exhibition is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Washington State University and is curated by Ryan Hardesty, Executive Director.

      Support for this exhibition and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the
      Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

      Opening Reception: October 2nd, 2024

      Gallery talk with artist Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnitzer in association with INTERCHANGE faculty performance event: October 17th, 7:30pm

      Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
      Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
      All Day
      at Zuckerman Museum of Art

      The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

      Buy Tickets
      +1
      Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
      Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
      10:00am
      at Fine Arts Gallery

      The Zuckerman Museum of Art’s 2024 Art Educators Biennial, Playful Encounters, considers how art can be about play and the myriad ways artist-educators engage artmaking for enjoyment and recreation. Play carries the imagination to unexpected destinations and supports unbridled generative work.

      Opening Reception: September 7th, 2024

    • 6
      Friday
      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
      All Day
      at Zuckerman Museum of Art

      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation presents a sweeping survey of over 35 objects spanning 15 years. The exhibition includes prints, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and video. Born in Colorado in 1972, Jeffrey Gibson is of Cherokee heritage and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. His vibrant work is a call for Indigenous empowerment as well as queer visibility. Gibson has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Gibson is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale 2024—the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition in the American Pavilion. This traveling exhibition is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Washington State University and is curated by Ryan Hardesty, Executive Director.

      Support for this exhibition and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the
      Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

      Opening Reception: October 2nd, 2024

      Gallery talk with artist Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnitzer in association with INTERCHANGE faculty performance event: October 17th, 7:30pm

      Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
      Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
      All Day
      at Zuckerman Museum of Art

      The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

      Buy Tickets
      +4
      Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
      Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
      10:00am
      at Fine Arts Gallery

      The Zuckerman Museum of Art’s 2024 Art Educators Biennial, Playful Encounters, considers how art can be about play and the myriad ways artist-educators engage artmaking for enjoyment and recreation. Play carries the imagination to unexpected destinations and supports unbridled generative work.

      Opening Reception: September 7th, 2024

      Fresh Air Friday
      Fresh Air Friday
      12:30pm
      at Legacy Gazebo

      Enjoy a short program of music performed by Bailey School of Music students and faculty in a relaxed and beautiful setting.

      Mike Wiley Presents: Breach of Peace
      Mike Wiley Presents: Breach of Peace
      8:00pm
      at Stillwell Theater

      BREACH OF PEACE is based on true accounts of surviving participants of the Freedom Rides as well as many other individuals involved in the early struggle for African-American equality. This solo-play is a living monument to those remarkable young men and women of various races, religions and backgrounds who rose to face the dangers of fighting for just and equal treatment for all.

      KSU Symphony Orchestra
      KSU Symphony Orchestra
      8:00pm
      at Bailey Performance Center, Morgan Hall

      Orchestras Series. Enjoy a performance by the KSU Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Bailey School of Music Director of Orchestral Studies Nathaniel F. Parker.

    • 7
      Saturday
      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
      All Day
      at Zuckerman Museum of Art

      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation presents a sweeping survey of over 35 objects spanning 15 years. The exhibition includes prints, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and video. Born in Colorado in 1972, Jeffrey Gibson is of Cherokee heritage and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. His vibrant work is a call for Indigenous empowerment as well as queer visibility. Gibson has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Gibson is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale 2024—the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition in the American Pavilion. This traveling exhibition is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Washington State University and is curated by Ryan Hardesty, Executive Director.

      Support for this exhibition and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the
      Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

      Opening Reception: October 2nd, 2024

      Gallery talk with artist Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnitzer in association with INTERCHANGE faculty performance event: October 17th, 7:30pm

      Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
      Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
      All Day
      at Zuckerman Museum of Art

      The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

      Buy Tickets
      +2
      Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
      Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
      12:00pm
      at Fine Arts Gallery

      The Zuckerman Museum of Art’s 2024 Art Educators Biennial, Playful Encounters, considers how art can be about play and the myriad ways artist-educators engage artmaking for enjoyment and recreation. Play carries the imagination to unexpected destinations and supports unbridled generative work.

      Opening Reception: September 7th, 2024

      Mike Wiley Presents: Breach of Peace
      Mike Wiley Presents: Breach of Peace
      8:00pm
      at Stillwell Theater

      BREACH OF PEACE is based on true accounts of surviving participants of the Freedom Rides as well as many other individuals involved in the early struggle for African-American equality. This solo-play is a living monument to those remarkable young men and women of various races, religions and backgrounds who rose to face the dangers of fighting for just and equal treatment for all.

    • 8
      Sunday
      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
      All Day
      at Zuckerman Museum of Art

      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation presents a sweeping survey of over 35 objects spanning 15 years. The exhibition includes prints, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and video. Born in Colorado in 1972, Jeffrey Gibson is of Cherokee heritage and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. His vibrant work is a call for Indigenous empowerment as well as queer visibility. Gibson has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Gibson is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale 2024—the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition in the American Pavilion. This traveling exhibition is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Washington State University and is curated by Ryan Hardesty, Executive Director.

      Support for this exhibition and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the
      Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

      Opening Reception: October 2nd, 2024

      Gallery talk with artist Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnitzer in association with INTERCHANGE faculty performance event: October 17th, 7:30pm

      Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
      Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
      All Day
      at Zuckerman Museum of Art

      The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

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      Mike Wiley Presents: Breach of Peace
      Mike Wiley Presents: Breach of Peace
      3:00pm
      at Stillwell Theater

      BREACH OF PEACE is based on true accounts of surviving participants of the Freedom Rides as well as many other individuals involved in the early struggle for African-American equality. This solo-play is a living monument to those remarkable young men and women of various races, religions and backgrounds who rose to face the dangers of fighting for just and equal treatment for all.

    • 9
      Monday
      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
      All Day
      at Zuckerman Museum of Art

      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation presents a sweeping survey of over 35 objects spanning 15 years. The exhibition includes prints, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and video. Born in Colorado in 1972, Jeffrey Gibson is of Cherokee heritage and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. His vibrant work is a call for Indigenous empowerment as well as queer visibility. Gibson has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Gibson is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale 2024—the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition in the American Pavilion. This traveling exhibition is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Washington State University and is curated by Ryan Hardesty, Executive Director.

      Support for this exhibition and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the
      Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

      Opening Reception: October 2nd, 2024

      Gallery talk with artist Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnitzer in association with INTERCHANGE faculty performance event: October 17th, 7:30pm

      Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
      Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
      All Day
      at Zuckerman Museum of Art

      The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

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      Faculty Recital: Summit Piano Trio
      Faculty Recital: Summit Piano Trio
      7:30pm
      at Bailey Performance Center, Morgan Hall

      Faculty Recital Series. The Summit Piano Trio—Bailey School of Music faculty artists Helen Kim, violin, Charae Krueger, cello, and Robert Henry, piano—presents an evening of chamber music.

    • 10
      Tuesday
      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
      All Day
      at Zuckerman Museum of Art

      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation presents a sweeping survey of over 35 objects spanning 15 years. The exhibition includes prints, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and video. Born in Colorado in 1972, Jeffrey Gibson is of Cherokee heritage and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. His vibrant work is a call for Indigenous empowerment as well as queer visibility. Gibson has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Gibson is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale 2024—the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition in the American Pavilion. This traveling exhibition is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Washington State University and is curated by Ryan Hardesty, Executive Director.

      Support for this exhibition and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the
      Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

      Opening Reception: October 2nd, 2024

      Gallery talk with artist Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnitzer in association with INTERCHANGE faculty performance event: October 17th, 7:30pm

      Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
      Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
      All Day
      at Zuckerman Museum of Art

      The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

      Buy Tickets
      +1
      Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
      Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
      10:00am
      at Fine Arts Gallery

      The Zuckerman Museum of Art’s 2024 Art Educators Biennial, Playful Encounters, considers how art can be about play and the myriad ways artist-educators engage artmaking for enjoyment and recreation. Play carries the imagination to unexpected destinations and supports unbridled generative work.

      Opening Reception: September 7th, 2024

    • 11
      Wednesday
      Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
      Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
      All Day
      at Zuckerman Museum of Art

      The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

      Buy Tickets
      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
      All Day
      at Zuckerman Museum of Art

      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation presents a sweeping survey of over 35 objects spanning 15 years. The exhibition includes prints, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and video. Born in Colorado in 1972, Jeffrey Gibson is of Cherokee heritage and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. His vibrant work is a call for Indigenous empowerment as well as queer visibility. Gibson has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Gibson is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale 2024—the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition in the American Pavilion. This traveling exhibition is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Washington State University and is curated by Ryan Hardesty, Executive Director.

      Support for this exhibition and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the
      Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

      Opening Reception: October 2nd, 2024

      Gallery talk with artist Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnitzer in association with INTERCHANGE faculty performance event: October 17th, 7:30pm

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      Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
      Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
      10:00am
      at Fine Arts Gallery

      The Zuckerman Museum of Art’s 2024 Art Educators Biennial, Playful Encounters, considers how art can be about play and the myriad ways artist-educators engage artmaking for enjoyment and recreation. Play carries the imagination to unexpected destinations and supports unbridled generative work.

      Opening Reception: September 7th, 2024

    • 12
      Thursday
      Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
      Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
      All Day
      at Zuckerman Museum of Art

      The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

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      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
      All Day
      at Zuckerman Museum of Art

      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation presents a sweeping survey of over 35 objects spanning 15 years. The exhibition includes prints, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and video. Born in Colorado in 1972, Jeffrey Gibson is of Cherokee heritage and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. His vibrant work is a call for Indigenous empowerment as well as queer visibility. Gibson has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Gibson is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale 2024—the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition in the American Pavilion. This traveling exhibition is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Washington State University and is curated by Ryan Hardesty, Executive Director.

      Support for this exhibition and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the
      Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

      Opening Reception: October 2nd, 2024

      Gallery talk with artist Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnitzer in association with INTERCHANGE faculty performance event: October 17th, 7:30pm

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      Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
      Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
      10:00am
      at Fine Arts Gallery

      The Zuckerman Museum of Art’s 2024 Art Educators Biennial, Playful Encounters, considers how art can be about play and the myriad ways artist-educators engage artmaking for enjoyment and recreation. Play carries the imagination to unexpected destinations and supports unbridled generative work.

      Opening Reception: September 7th, 2024

      Visual Artist Lecture: Didi Dunphy
      Visual Artist Lecture: Didi Dunphy
      7:00pm

      Didi Dunphy is the juror for the Art Educators Biennial on view in the Fine Arts Gallery at KSU from September 3 to October 4, 2024. Dunphy will discuss her artistic practice and her most recent exhibition at Whitespace in Atlanta. She is currently the Program Supervisor at the Lyndon House Arts Center, a civic arts campus dedicated to incorporating visual art and arts education with the mission of enriching the community of Athens, Ga., and beyond.

      Steinway Celebration
      Steinway Celebration
      7:30pm
      at Bailey Performance Center, Morgan Hall

      Join Bailey School of Music faculty and student pianists as we celebrate through performance the addition of a brand new Steinway Concert Grand Piano to our all-Steinway fleet.

    • 13
      Friday
      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
      All Day
      at Zuckerman Museum of Art

      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation presents a sweeping survey of over 35 objects spanning 15 years. The exhibition includes prints, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and video. Born in Colorado in 1972, Jeffrey Gibson is of Cherokee heritage and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. His vibrant work is a call for Indigenous empowerment as well as queer visibility. Gibson has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Gibson is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale 2024—the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition in the American Pavilion. This traveling exhibition is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Washington State University and is curated by Ryan Hardesty, Executive Director.

      Support for this exhibition and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the
      Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

      Opening Reception: October 2nd, 2024

      Gallery talk with artist Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnitzer in association with INTERCHANGE faculty performance event: October 17th, 7:30pm

      Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
      Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
      All Day
      at Zuckerman Museum of Art

      The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

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      +2
      Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
      Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
      10:00am
      at Fine Arts Gallery

      The Zuckerman Museum of Art’s 2024 Art Educators Biennial, Playful Encounters, considers how art can be about play and the myriad ways artist-educators engage artmaking for enjoyment and recreation. Play carries the imagination to unexpected destinations and supports unbridled generative work.

      Opening Reception: September 7th, 2024

      Fresh Air Friday
      Fresh Air Friday
      12:30pm
      at Legacy Gazebo

      Enjoy a short program of music performed by Bailey School of Music students and faculty in a relaxed and beautiful setting.

    • 14
      Saturday
      Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
      Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
      All Day
      at Zuckerman Museum of Art

      The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

      Buy Tickets
      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
      All Day
      at Zuckerman Museum of Art

      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation presents a sweeping survey of over 35 objects spanning 15 years. The exhibition includes prints, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and video. Born in Colorado in 1972, Jeffrey Gibson is of Cherokee heritage and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. His vibrant work is a call for Indigenous empowerment as well as queer visibility. Gibson has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Gibson is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale 2024—the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition in the American Pavilion. This traveling exhibition is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Washington State University and is curated by Ryan Hardesty, Executive Director.

      Support for this exhibition and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the
      Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

      Opening Reception: October 2nd, 2024

      Gallery talk with artist Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnitzer in association with INTERCHANGE faculty performance event: October 17th, 7:30pm

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      Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
      Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
      12:00pm
      at Fine Arts Gallery

      The Zuckerman Museum of Art’s 2024 Art Educators Biennial, Playful Encounters, considers how art can be about play and the myriad ways artist-educators engage artmaking for enjoyment and recreation. Play carries the imagination to unexpected destinations and supports unbridled generative work.

      Opening Reception: September 7th, 2024

      North Georgia Honor Orchestra & KSU Symphony Orchestra
      North Georgia Honor Orchestra & KSU Symphony Orchestra
      8:00pm
      at Bailey Performance Center
    • 15
      Sunday
      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
      All Day
      at Zuckerman Museum of Art

      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation presents a sweeping survey of over 35 objects spanning 15 years. The exhibition includes prints, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and video. Born in Colorado in 1972, Jeffrey Gibson is of Cherokee heritage and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. His vibrant work is a call for Indigenous empowerment as well as queer visibility. Gibson has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Gibson is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale 2024—the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition in the American Pavilion. This traveling exhibition is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Washington State University and is curated by Ryan Hardesty, Executive Director.

      Support for this exhibition and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the
      Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

      Opening Reception: October 2nd, 2024

      Gallery talk with artist Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnitzer in association with INTERCHANGE faculty performance event: October 17th, 7:30pm

      Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
      Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
      All Day
      at Zuckerman Museum of Art

      The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

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    • 16
      Monday
      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
      All Day
      at Zuckerman Museum of Art

      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation presents a sweeping survey of over 35 objects spanning 15 years. The exhibition includes prints, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and video. Born in Colorado in 1972, Jeffrey Gibson is of Cherokee heritage and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. His vibrant work is a call for Indigenous empowerment as well as queer visibility. Gibson has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Gibson is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale 2024—the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition in the American Pavilion. This traveling exhibition is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Washington State University and is curated by Ryan Hardesty, Executive Director.

      Support for this exhibition and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the
      Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

      Opening Reception: October 2nd, 2024

      Gallery talk with artist Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnitzer in association with INTERCHANGE faculty performance event: October 17th, 7:30pm

      Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
      Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
      All Day
      at Zuckerman Museum of Art

      The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

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      Faculty Recital: John Warren, Clarinet & Friends
      Faculty Recital: John Warren, Clarinet & Friends
      7:30pm
      at Bailey Performance Center, Morgan Hall

      Faculty Recital Series. Enjoy an evening of music featuring the clarinet performed by Bailey School of Music faculty artist John Warren.

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    • 17
      Tuesday
      Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
      Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
      All Day
      at Zuckerman Museum of Art

      The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

      Buy Tickets
      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
      All Day
      at Zuckerman Museum of Art

      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation presents a sweeping survey of over 35 objects spanning 15 years. The exhibition includes prints, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and video. Born in Colorado in 1972, Jeffrey Gibson is of Cherokee heritage and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. His vibrant work is a call for Indigenous empowerment as well as queer visibility. Gibson has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Gibson is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale 2024—the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition in the American Pavilion. This traveling exhibition is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Washington State University and is curated by Ryan Hardesty, Executive Director.

      Support for this exhibition and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the
      Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

      Opening Reception: October 2nd, 2024

      Gallery talk with artist Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnitzer in association with INTERCHANGE faculty performance event: October 17th, 7:30pm

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      Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
      Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
      10:00am
      at Fine Arts Gallery

      The Zuckerman Museum of Art’s 2024 Art Educators Biennial, Playful Encounters, considers how art can be about play and the myriad ways artist-educators engage artmaking for enjoyment and recreation. Play carries the imagination to unexpected destinations and supports unbridled generative work.

      Opening Reception: September 7th, 2024

      Faculty Recital: Elizabeth Knight, Mezzo-Soprano & Eric Jenkins, Piano
      Faculty Recital: Elizabeth Knight, Mezzo-Soprano & Eric Jenkins, Piano
      7:30pm
      at Bailey Performance Center, Morgan Hall

      Faculty Recital Series. Enjoy and evening of song presented by guest artist Elizabeth Knight, mezzo-soprano, and Bailey School of Music faculty artist Eric Jenkins, piano.

    • 18
      Wednesday
      Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
      Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
      All Day
      at Zuckerman Museum of Art

      The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

      Buy Tickets
      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
      All Day
      at Zuckerman Museum of Art

      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation presents a sweeping survey of over 35 objects spanning 15 years. The exhibition includes prints, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and video. Born in Colorado in 1972, Jeffrey Gibson is of Cherokee heritage and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. His vibrant work is a call for Indigenous empowerment as well as queer visibility. Gibson has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Gibson is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale 2024—the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition in the American Pavilion. This traveling exhibition is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Washington State University and is curated by Ryan Hardesty, Executive Director.

      Support for this exhibition and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the
      Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

      Opening Reception: October 2nd, 2024

      Gallery talk with artist Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnitzer in association with INTERCHANGE faculty performance event: October 17th, 7:30pm

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      Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
      Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
      10:00am
      at Fine Arts Gallery

      The Zuckerman Museum of Art’s 2024 Art Educators Biennial, Playful Encounters, considers how art can be about play and the myriad ways artist-educators engage artmaking for enjoyment and recreation. Play carries the imagination to unexpected destinations and supports unbridled generative work.

      Opening Reception: September 7th, 2024

      Faculty Recital: Trey Wright, Guitar & Sean Thrower, Guitar
      Faculty Recital: Trey Wright, Guitar & Sean Thrower, Guitar
      7:30pm
      at Bailey Performance Center, Morgan Hall

      Faculty Recital Series. Enjoy an evening of music featuring the guitar performed by Bailey School of Music faculty artists Trey Wright and Sean Thrower.

    • 19
      Thursday
      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
      All Day
      at Zuckerman Museum of Art

      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation presents a sweeping survey of over 35 objects spanning 15 years. The exhibition includes prints, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and video. Born in Colorado in 1972, Jeffrey Gibson is of Cherokee heritage and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. His vibrant work is a call for Indigenous empowerment as well as queer visibility. Gibson has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Gibson is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale 2024—the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition in the American Pavilion. This traveling exhibition is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Washington State University and is curated by Ryan Hardesty, Executive Director.

      Support for this exhibition and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the
      Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

      Opening Reception: October 2nd, 2024

      Gallery talk with artist Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnitzer in association with INTERCHANGE faculty performance event: October 17th, 7:30pm

      Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
      Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
      All Day
      at Zuckerman Museum of Art

      The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

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      Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
      Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
      10:00am
      at Fine Arts Gallery

      The Zuckerman Museum of Art’s 2024 Art Educators Biennial, Playful Encounters, considers how art can be about play and the myriad ways artist-educators engage artmaking for enjoyment and recreation. Play carries the imagination to unexpected destinations and supports unbridled generative work.

      Opening Reception: September 7th, 2024

    • 20
      Friday
      Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
      Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
      All Day
      at Zuckerman Museum of Art

      The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

      Buy Tickets
      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
      All Day
      at Zuckerman Museum of Art

      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation presents a sweeping survey of over 35 objects spanning 15 years. The exhibition includes prints, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and video. Born in Colorado in 1972, Jeffrey Gibson is of Cherokee heritage and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. His vibrant work is a call for Indigenous empowerment as well as queer visibility. Gibson has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Gibson is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale 2024—the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition in the American Pavilion. This traveling exhibition is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Washington State University and is curated by Ryan Hardesty, Executive Director.

      Support for this exhibition and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the
      Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

      Opening Reception: October 2nd, 2024

      Gallery talk with artist Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnitzer in association with INTERCHANGE faculty performance event: October 17th, 7:30pm

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      Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
      Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
      10:00am
      at Fine Arts Gallery

      The Zuckerman Museum of Art’s 2024 Art Educators Biennial, Playful Encounters, considers how art can be about play and the myriad ways artist-educators engage artmaking for enjoyment and recreation. Play carries the imagination to unexpected destinations and supports unbridled generative work.

      Opening Reception: September 7th, 2024

      ArtsKSU Presents: Stephanie Blythe, Mezzo-Soprano & Ryan McCullough, Piano "Mister In-between: The Music of Johnny Mercer"
      ArtsKSU Presents: Stephanie Blythe, Mezzo-Soprano & Ryan McCullough, Piano "Mister In-between: The Music of Johnny Mercer"
      8:00pm
      at Bailey Performance Center, Morgan Hall

      ArtsKSU Series.A celebrated opera singer, recitalist, and cabaret artist, mezzo-soprano Stephanie Blythe is one of the most highly respected and critically acclaimed artists of her generation. Together with pianist Ryan McCullough, Ms. Blythe will take the audience on a lyrical journey highlighting one of the most important and celebrated musical artists in American Songbook history—and Georgia native—Johnny Mercer.

    • 21
      Saturday
      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
      All Day
      at Zuckerman Museum of Art

      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation presents a sweeping survey of over 35 objects spanning 15 years. The exhibition includes prints, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and video. Born in Colorado in 1972, Jeffrey Gibson is of Cherokee heritage and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. His vibrant work is a call for Indigenous empowerment as well as queer visibility. Gibson has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Gibson is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale 2024—the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition in the American Pavilion. This traveling exhibition is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Washington State University and is curated by Ryan Hardesty, Executive Director.

      Support for this exhibition and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the
      Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

      Opening Reception: October 2nd, 2024

      Gallery talk with artist Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnitzer in association with INTERCHANGE faculty performance event: October 17th, 7:30pm

      Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
      Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
      All Day
      at Zuckerman Museum of Art

      The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

      Buy Tickets
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      Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
      Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
      12:00pm
      at Fine Arts Gallery

      The Zuckerman Museum of Art’s 2024 Art Educators Biennial, Playful Encounters, considers how art can be about play and the myriad ways artist-educators engage artmaking for enjoyment and recreation. Play carries the imagination to unexpected destinations and supports unbridled generative work.

      Opening Reception: September 7th, 2024

    • 22
      Sunday
      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
      All Day
      at Zuckerman Museum of Art

      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation presents a sweeping survey of over 35 objects spanning 15 years. The exhibition includes prints, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and video. Born in Colorado in 1972, Jeffrey Gibson is of Cherokee heritage and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. His vibrant work is a call for Indigenous empowerment as well as queer visibility. Gibson has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Gibson is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale 2024—the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition in the American Pavilion. This traveling exhibition is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Washington State University and is curated by Ryan Hardesty, Executive Director.

      Support for this exhibition and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the
      Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

      Opening Reception: October 2nd, 2024

      Gallery talk with artist Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnitzer in association with INTERCHANGE faculty performance event: October 17th, 7:30pm

      Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
      Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
      All Day
      at Zuckerman Museum of Art

      The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

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      Choreolab
      Choreolab
      5:00pm
      at Chastain Pointe

      Join us for an immersive journey exploring cutting-edge student choreography in and around the dance studios at Chastain Pointe.

    • 23
      Monday
      Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
      Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
      All Day
      at Zuckerman Museum of Art

      The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

      Buy Tickets
      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
      All Day
      at Zuckerman Museum of Art

      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation presents a sweeping survey of over 35 objects spanning 15 years. The exhibition includes prints, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and video. Born in Colorado in 1972, Jeffrey Gibson is of Cherokee heritage and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. His vibrant work is a call for Indigenous empowerment as well as queer visibility. Gibson has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Gibson is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale 2024—the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition in the American Pavilion. This traveling exhibition is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Washington State University and is curated by Ryan Hardesty, Executive Director.

      Support for this exhibition and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the
      Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

      Opening Reception: October 2nd, 2024

      Gallery talk with artist Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnitzer in association with INTERCHANGE faculty performance event: October 17th, 7:30pm

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      Faculty Recital: Robert Henry, Piano
      Faculty Recital: Robert Henry, Piano
      7:30pm
      at Bailey Performance Center, Morgan Hall

      Faculty Recital Series. Enjoy an evening of music featuring the piano performed by Bailey School of Music faculty artist and piano area coordinator Robert Henry.

    • 24
      Tuesday
      Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
      Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
      All Day
      at Zuckerman Museum of Art

      The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

      Buy Tickets
      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
      All Day
      at Zuckerman Museum of Art

      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation presents a sweeping survey of over 35 objects spanning 15 years. The exhibition includes prints, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and video. Born in Colorado in 1972, Jeffrey Gibson is of Cherokee heritage and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. His vibrant work is a call for Indigenous empowerment as well as queer visibility. Gibson has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Gibson is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale 2024—the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition in the American Pavilion. This traveling exhibition is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Washington State University and is curated by Ryan Hardesty, Executive Director.

      Support for this exhibition and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the
      Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

      Opening Reception: October 2nd, 2024

      Gallery talk with artist Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnitzer in association with INTERCHANGE faculty performance event: October 17th, 7:30pm

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      Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
      Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
      10:00am
      at Fine Arts Gallery

      The Zuckerman Museum of Art’s 2024 Art Educators Biennial, Playful Encounters, considers how art can be about play and the myriad ways artist-educators engage artmaking for enjoyment and recreation. Play carries the imagination to unexpected destinations and supports unbridled generative work.

      Opening Reception: September 7th, 2024

    • 25
      Wednesday
      Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
      Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
      All Day
      at Zuckerman Museum of Art

      The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

      Buy Tickets
      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
      All Day
      at Zuckerman Museum of Art

      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation presents a sweeping survey of over 35 objects spanning 15 years. The exhibition includes prints, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and video. Born in Colorado in 1972, Jeffrey Gibson is of Cherokee heritage and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. His vibrant work is a call for Indigenous empowerment as well as queer visibility. Gibson has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Gibson is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale 2024—the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition in the American Pavilion. This traveling exhibition is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Washington State University and is curated by Ryan Hardesty, Executive Director.

      Support for this exhibition and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the
      Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

      Opening Reception: October 2nd, 2024

      Gallery talk with artist Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnitzer in association with INTERCHANGE faculty performance event: October 17th, 7:30pm

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      Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
      Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
      10:00am
      at Fine Arts Gallery

      The Zuckerman Museum of Art’s 2024 Art Educators Biennial, Playful Encounters, considers how art can be about play and the myriad ways artist-educators engage artmaking for enjoyment and recreation. Play carries the imagination to unexpected destinations and supports unbridled generative work.

      Opening Reception: September 7th, 2024

      KSU Wind Ensemble
      KSU Wind Ensemble
      7:30pm
      at Bailey Performance Center, Morgan Hall

      Bands & Percussion Series. Enjoy a performance by the KSU Wind Ensemble under the direction of Bailey School of Music Director of Bands David T. Kehler.

    • 26
      Thursday
      Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
      Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
      All Day
      at Zuckerman Museum of Art

      The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

      Buy Tickets
      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
      All Day
      at Zuckerman Museum of Art

      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation presents a sweeping survey of over 35 objects spanning 15 years. The exhibition includes prints, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and video. Born in Colorado in 1972, Jeffrey Gibson is of Cherokee heritage and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. His vibrant work is a call for Indigenous empowerment as well as queer visibility. Gibson has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Gibson is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale 2024—the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition in the American Pavilion. This traveling exhibition is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Washington State University and is curated by Ryan Hardesty, Executive Director.

      Support for this exhibition and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the
      Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

      Opening Reception: October 2nd, 2024

      Gallery talk with artist Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnitzer in association with INTERCHANGE faculty performance event: October 17th, 7:30pm

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      Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
      Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
      10:00am
      at Fine Arts Gallery

      The Zuckerman Museum of Art’s 2024 Art Educators Biennial, Playful Encounters, considers how art can be about play and the myriad ways artist-educators engage artmaking for enjoyment and recreation. Play carries the imagination to unexpected destinations and supports unbridled generative work.

      Opening Reception: September 7th, 2024

      Virtual Lecture: Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
      Virtual Lecture: Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
      11:00am

      Book artist and Cherokee syllabary printer Frank Brannon will host a virtual discussion with JoyEllen Williams, Special Collections Curator at the Bentley Rare Book Museum, housed within 麻豆代天府’s Department of Museums, Archives and Rare Books,. Brannon will discuss his work creating a cast lead typeface of the Cherokee syllabary and using it to create hand-bound, hand-printed letterpress printed books in the Cherokee language.

    • 27
      Friday
      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
      All Day
      at Zuckerman Museum of Art

      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation presents a sweeping survey of over 35 objects spanning 15 years. The exhibition includes prints, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and video. Born in Colorado in 1972, Jeffrey Gibson is of Cherokee heritage and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. His vibrant work is a call for Indigenous empowerment as well as queer visibility. Gibson has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Gibson is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale 2024—the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition in the American Pavilion. This traveling exhibition is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Washington State University and is curated by Ryan Hardesty, Executive Director.

      Support for this exhibition and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the
      Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

      Opening Reception: October 2nd, 2024

      Gallery talk with artist Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnitzer in association with INTERCHANGE faculty performance event: October 17th, 7:30pm

      Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
      Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
      All Day
      at Zuckerman Museum of Art

      The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

      Buy Tickets
      +2
      Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
      Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
      10:00am
      at Fine Arts Gallery

      The Zuckerman Museum of Art’s 2024 Art Educators Biennial, Playful Encounters, considers how art can be about play and the myriad ways artist-educators engage artmaking for enjoyment and recreation. Play carries the imagination to unexpected destinations and supports unbridled generative work.

      Opening Reception: September 7th, 2024

      Unabashedly Romantic: David Korevaar, Jes煤s Castro-Balbi, and Guests
      Unabashedly Romantic: David Korevaar, Jes煤s Castro-Balbi, and Guests
      8:00pm
      at Bailey Performance Center, Morgan Hall

      Faculty Recital Series. Enjoy an evening of music featuring the cello performed by Bailey School of Music faculty artist Jesus Castro-Balbi.

    • 28
      Saturday
      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
      All Day
      at Zuckerman Museum of Art

      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation presents a sweeping survey of over 35 objects spanning 15 years. The exhibition includes prints, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and video. Born in Colorado in 1972, Jeffrey Gibson is of Cherokee heritage and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. His vibrant work is a call for Indigenous empowerment as well as queer visibility. Gibson has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Gibson is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale 2024—the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition in the American Pavilion. This traveling exhibition is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Washington State University and is curated by Ryan Hardesty, Executive Director.

      Support for this exhibition and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the
      Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

      Opening Reception: October 2nd, 2024

      Gallery talk with artist Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnitzer in association with INTERCHANGE faculty performance event: October 17th, 7:30pm

      Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
      Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
      All Day
      at Zuckerman Museum of Art

      The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

      Buy Tickets
      +1
      Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
      Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
      12:00pm
      at Fine Arts Gallery

      The Zuckerman Museum of Art’s 2024 Art Educators Biennial, Playful Encounters, considers how art can be about play and the myriad ways artist-educators engage artmaking for enjoyment and recreation. Play carries the imagination to unexpected destinations and supports unbridled generative work.

      Opening Reception: September 7th, 2024

    • 29
      Sunday
      Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
      Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
      All Day
      at Zuckerman Museum of Art

      The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

      Buy Tickets
      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
      All Day
      at Zuckerman Museum of Art

      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation presents a sweeping survey of over 35 objects spanning 15 years. The exhibition includes prints, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and video. Born in Colorado in 1972, Jeffrey Gibson is of Cherokee heritage and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. His vibrant work is a call for Indigenous empowerment as well as queer visibility. Gibson has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Gibson is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale 2024—the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition in the American Pavilion. This traveling exhibition is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Washington State University and is curated by Ryan Hardesty, Executive Director.

      Support for this exhibition and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the
      Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

      Opening Reception: October 2nd, 2024

      Gallery talk with artist Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnitzer in association with INTERCHANGE faculty performance event: October 17th, 7:30pm

    • 30
      Monday
      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
      All Day
      at Zuckerman Museum of Art

      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation presents a sweeping survey of over 35 objects spanning 15 years. The exhibition includes prints, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and video. Born in Colorado in 1972, Jeffrey Gibson is of Cherokee heritage and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. His vibrant work is a call for Indigenous empowerment as well as queer visibility. Gibson has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Gibson is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale 2024—the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition in the American Pavilion. This traveling exhibition is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Washington State University and is curated by Ryan Hardesty, Executive Director.

      Support for this exhibition and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the
      Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

      Opening Reception: October 2nd, 2024

      Gallery talk with artist Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnitzer in association with INTERCHANGE faculty performance event: October 17th, 7:30pm

      Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
      Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
      All Day
      at Zuckerman Museum of Art

      The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

      Buy Tickets
      +2
      KSU University Band & KSU Wind Symphony
      KSU University Band & KSU Wind Symphony
      7:30pm
      at Bailey Performance Center, Morgan Hall
      KSU University Band & KSU Wind Symphony
      KSU University Band & KSU Wind Symphony
      7:30pm
      at Bailey Performance Center, Morgan Hall

      Bands & Percussion Series. Enjoy performances by the KSU University Band and KSU Wind Symphony  under the direction of Bailey School of Music faculty.

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October 2024

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    Sunday
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    Monday
  • 1
    Tuesday
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

    Buy Tickets
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation presents a sweeping survey of over 35 objects spanning 15 years. The exhibition includes prints, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and video. Born in Colorado in 1972, Jeffrey Gibson is of Cherokee heritage and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. His vibrant work is a call for Indigenous empowerment as well as queer visibility. Gibson has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Gibson is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale 2024—the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition in the American Pavilion. This traveling exhibition is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Washington State University and is curated by Ryan Hardesty, Executive Director.

    Support for this exhibition and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the
    Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

    Opening Reception: October 2nd, 2024

    Gallery talk with artist Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnitzer in association with INTERCHANGE faculty performance event: October 17th, 7:30pm

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    Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
    Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
    10:00am
    at Fine Arts Gallery

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art’s 2024 Art Educators Biennial, Playful Encounters, considers how art can be about play and the myriad ways artist-educators engage artmaking for enjoyment and recreation. Play carries the imagination to unexpected destinations and supports unbridled generative work.

    Opening Reception: September 7th, 2024

    KSU Jazz Ensemble I
    KSU Jazz Ensemble I
    7:30pm
    at Bailey Performance Center, Morgan Hall

    Jazz Series. Enjoy a performance by KSU Jazz Ensemble I led by Bailey School of Music Director of Jazz Studies Sam Skelton.

    Barbecue
    Barbecue
    7:30pm
    at Onyx Theater

    Barbecue centers on around the O'Mallerys, a dysfunctional group of siblings who come together for a park barbeque in order to stage an emergency intervention for their sister Barbara, whose drug habit has gotten out of hand. However, there are in fact two O'Mallery families, one White and one Black. Each appear in different, yet similar scenes that juxtapose to create a dialogue about racial and family politics. 

  • 2
    Wednesday
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

    Buy Tickets
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation presents a sweeping survey of over 35 objects spanning 15 years. The exhibition includes prints, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and video. Born in Colorado in 1972, Jeffrey Gibson is of Cherokee heritage and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. His vibrant work is a call for Indigenous empowerment as well as queer visibility. Gibson has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Gibson is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale 2024—the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition in the American Pavilion. This traveling exhibition is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Washington State University and is curated by Ryan Hardesty, Executive Director.

    Support for this exhibition and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the
    Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

    Opening Reception: October 2nd, 2024

    Gallery talk with artist Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnitzer in association with INTERCHANGE faculty performance event: October 17th, 7:30pm

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    Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
    Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
    10:00am
    at Fine Arts Gallery

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art’s 2024 Art Educators Biennial, Playful Encounters, considers how art can be about play and the myriad ways artist-educators engage artmaking for enjoyment and recreation. Play carries the imagination to unexpected destinations and supports unbridled generative work.

    Opening Reception: September 7th, 2024

    Barbecue
    Barbecue
    7:30pm
    at Onyx Theater

    Barbecue centers on around the O'Mallerys, a dysfunctional group of siblings who come together for a park barbeque in order to stage an emergency intervention for their sister Barbara, whose drug habit has gotten out of hand. However, there are in fact two O'Mallery families, one White and one Black. Each appear in different, yet similar scenes that juxtapose to create a dialogue about racial and family politics. 

  • 3
    Thursday
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

    Buy Tickets
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation presents a sweeping survey of over 35 objects spanning 15 years. The exhibition includes prints, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and video. Born in Colorado in 1972, Jeffrey Gibson is of Cherokee heritage and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. His vibrant work is a call for Indigenous empowerment as well as queer visibility. Gibson has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Gibson is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale 2024—the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition in the American Pavilion. This traveling exhibition is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Washington State University and is curated by Ryan Hardesty, Executive Director.

    Support for this exhibition and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the
    Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

    Opening Reception: October 2nd, 2024

    Gallery talk with artist Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnitzer in association with INTERCHANGE faculty performance event: October 17th, 7:30pm

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    Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
    Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
    10:00am
    at Fine Arts Gallery

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art’s 2024 Art Educators Biennial, Playful Encounters, considers how art can be about play and the myriad ways artist-educators engage artmaking for enjoyment and recreation. Play carries the imagination to unexpected destinations and supports unbridled generative work.

    Opening Reception: September 7th, 2024

    Barbecue
    Barbecue
    7:30pm
    at Onyx Theater

    Barbecue centers on around the O'Mallerys, a dysfunctional group of siblings who come together for a park barbeque in order to stage an emergency intervention for their sister Barbara, whose drug habit has gotten out of hand. However, there are in fact two O'Mallery families, one White and one Black. Each appear in different, yet similar scenes that juxtapose to create a dialogue about racial and family politics. 

    KSU Concert Choirs
    KSU Concert Choirs
    7:30pm
    at Bailey Performance Center, Morgan Hall

    Choral & Opera Series. Enjoy an evening of choral music performed by the KSU Treble Choir, Men’s Ensemble, Chorale, and Chamber Singers.

  • 4
    Friday
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

    Buy Tickets
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation presents a sweeping survey of over 35 objects spanning 15 years. The exhibition includes prints, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and video. Born in Colorado in 1972, Jeffrey Gibson is of Cherokee heritage and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. His vibrant work is a call for Indigenous empowerment as well as queer visibility. Gibson has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Gibson is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale 2024—the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition in the American Pavilion. This traveling exhibition is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Washington State University and is curated by Ryan Hardesty, Executive Director.

    Support for this exhibition and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the
    Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

    Opening Reception: October 2nd, 2024

    Gallery talk with artist Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnitzer in association with INTERCHANGE faculty performance event: October 17th, 7:30pm

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    Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
    Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
    10:00am
    at Fine Arts Gallery

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art’s 2024 Art Educators Biennial, Playful Encounters, considers how art can be about play and the myriad ways artist-educators engage artmaking for enjoyment and recreation. Play carries the imagination to unexpected destinations and supports unbridled generative work.

    Opening Reception: September 7th, 2024

    Barbecue
    Barbecue
    8:00pm
    at Onyx Theater

    Barbecue centers on around the O'Mallerys, a dysfunctional group of siblings who come together for a park barbeque in order to stage an emergency intervention for their sister Barbara, whose drug habit has gotten out of hand. However, there are in fact two O'Mallery families, one White and one Black. Each appear in different, yet similar scenes that juxtapose to create a dialogue about racial and family politics. 

  • 5
    Saturday
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

    Buy Tickets
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation presents a sweeping survey of over 35 objects spanning 15 years. The exhibition includes prints, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and video. Born in Colorado in 1972, Jeffrey Gibson is of Cherokee heritage and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. His vibrant work is a call for Indigenous empowerment as well as queer visibility. Gibson has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Gibson is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale 2024—the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition in the American Pavilion. This traveling exhibition is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Washington State University and is curated by Ryan Hardesty, Executive Director.

    Support for this exhibition and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the
    Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

    Opening Reception: October 2nd, 2024

    Gallery talk with artist Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnitzer in association with INTERCHANGE faculty performance event: October 17th, 7:30pm

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    Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
    Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
    12:00pm
    at Fine Arts Gallery

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art’s 2024 Art Educators Biennial, Playful Encounters, considers how art can be about play and the myriad ways artist-educators engage artmaking for enjoyment and recreation. Play carries the imagination to unexpected destinations and supports unbridled generative work.

    Opening Reception: September 7th, 2024

    Barbecue
    Barbecue
    2:00pm
    at Onyx Theater

    Barbecue centers on around the O'Mallerys, a dysfunctional group of siblings who come together for a park barbeque in order to stage an emergency intervention for their sister Barbara, whose drug habit has gotten out of hand. However, there are in fact two O'Mallery families, one White and one Black. Each appear in different, yet similar scenes that juxtapose to create a dialogue about racial and family politics. 

    Barbecue
    Barbecue
    8:00pm
    at Onyx Theater

    Barbecue centers on around the O'Mallerys, a dysfunctional group of siblings who come together for a park barbeque in order to stage an emergency intervention for their sister Barbara, whose drug habit has gotten out of hand. However, there are in fact two O'Mallery families, one White and one Black. Each appear in different, yet similar scenes that juxtapose to create a dialogue about racial and family politics. 

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    Sunday
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

    Buy Tickets
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation presents a sweeping survey of over 35 objects spanning 15 years. The exhibition includes prints, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and video. Born in Colorado in 1972, Jeffrey Gibson is of Cherokee heritage and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. His vibrant work is a call for Indigenous empowerment as well as queer visibility. Gibson has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Gibson is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale 2024—the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition in the American Pavilion. This traveling exhibition is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Washington State University and is curated by Ryan Hardesty, Executive Director.

    Support for this exhibition and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the
    Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

    Opening Reception: October 2nd, 2024

    Gallery talk with artist Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnitzer in association with INTERCHANGE faculty performance event: October 17th, 7:30pm

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    Barbecue
    Barbecue
    3:00pm
    at Onyx Theater

    Barbecue centers on around the O'Mallerys, a dysfunctional group of siblings who come together for a park barbeque in order to stage an emergency intervention for their sister Barbara, whose drug habit has gotten out of hand. However, there are in fact two O'Mallery families, one White and one Black. Each appear in different, yet similar scenes that juxtapose to create a dialogue about racial and family politics. 

  • 7
    Monday
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

    Buy Tickets
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation presents a sweeping survey of over 35 objects spanning 15 years. The exhibition includes prints, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and video. Born in Colorado in 1972, Jeffrey Gibson is of Cherokee heritage and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. His vibrant work is a call for Indigenous empowerment as well as queer visibility. Gibson has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Gibson is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale 2024—the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition in the American Pavilion. This traveling exhibition is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Washington State University and is curated by Ryan Hardesty, Executive Director.

    Support for this exhibition and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the
    Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

    Opening Reception: October 2nd, 2024

    Gallery talk with artist Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnitzer in association with INTERCHANGE faculty performance event: October 17th, 7:30pm

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    KSU Jazz Ensembles II & III
    KSU Jazz Ensembles II & III
    7:30pm
    at Bailey Performance Center, Morgan Hall

    Jazz Series. Enjoy performances by KSU Jazz Ensembles II & III led by Bailey School of Music faculty.

  • 8
    Tuesday
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

    Buy Tickets
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation presents a sweeping survey of over 35 objects spanning 15 years. The exhibition includes prints, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and video. Born in Colorado in 1972, Jeffrey Gibson is of Cherokee heritage and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. His vibrant work is a call for Indigenous empowerment as well as queer visibility. Gibson has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Gibson is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale 2024—the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition in the American Pavilion. This traveling exhibition is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Washington State University and is curated by Ryan Hardesty, Executive Director.

    Support for this exhibition and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the
    Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

    Opening Reception: October 2nd, 2024

    Gallery talk with artist Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnitzer in association with INTERCHANGE faculty performance event: October 17th, 7:30pm

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    Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
    Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
    10:00am
    at Fine Arts Gallery

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art’s 2024 Art Educators Biennial, Playful Encounters, considers how art can be about play and the myriad ways artist-educators engage artmaking for enjoyment and recreation. Play carries the imagination to unexpected destinations and supports unbridled generative work.

    Opening Reception: September 7th, 2024

  • 9
    Wednesday
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

    Buy Tickets
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation presents a sweeping survey of over 35 objects spanning 15 years. The exhibition includes prints, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and video. Born in Colorado in 1972, Jeffrey Gibson is of Cherokee heritage and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. His vibrant work is a call for Indigenous empowerment as well as queer visibility. Gibson has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Gibson is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale 2024—the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition in the American Pavilion. This traveling exhibition is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Washington State University and is curated by Ryan Hardesty, Executive Director.

    Support for this exhibition and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the
    Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

    Opening Reception: October 2nd, 2024

    Gallery talk with artist Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnitzer in association with INTERCHANGE faculty performance event: October 17th, 7:30pm

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    Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
    Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
    10:00am
    at Fine Arts Gallery

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art’s 2024 Art Educators Biennial, Playful Encounters, considers how art can be about play and the myriad ways artist-educators engage artmaking for enjoyment and recreation. Play carries the imagination to unexpected destinations and supports unbridled generative work.

    Opening Reception: September 7th, 2024

    KSU Philharmonic Orchestra
    KSU Philharmonic Orchestra
    7:30pm
    at Bailey Performance Center, Morgan Hall

    Orchestras Series. Enjoy a performance by the KSU Philharmonic Orchestra led by Bailey School of Music faculty Nancy Conley.

  • 10
    Thursday
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

    Buy Tickets
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation presents a sweeping survey of over 35 objects spanning 15 years. The exhibition includes prints, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and video. Born in Colorado in 1972, Jeffrey Gibson is of Cherokee heritage and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. His vibrant work is a call for Indigenous empowerment as well as queer visibility. Gibson has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Gibson is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale 2024—the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition in the American Pavilion. This traveling exhibition is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Washington State University and is curated by Ryan Hardesty, Executive Director.

    Support for this exhibition and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the
    Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

    Opening Reception: October 2nd, 2024

    Gallery talk with artist Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnitzer in association with INTERCHANGE faculty performance event: October 17th, 7:30pm

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    Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
    Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
    10:00am
    at Fine Arts Gallery

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art’s 2024 Art Educators Biennial, Playful Encounters, considers how art can be about play and the myriad ways artist-educators engage artmaking for enjoyment and recreation. Play carries the imagination to unexpected destinations and supports unbridled generative work.

    Opening Reception: September 7th, 2024

  • 11
    Friday
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

    Buy Tickets
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation presents a sweeping survey of over 35 objects spanning 15 years. The exhibition includes prints, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and video. Born in Colorado in 1972, Jeffrey Gibson is of Cherokee heritage and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. His vibrant work is a call for Indigenous empowerment as well as queer visibility. Gibson has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Gibson is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale 2024—the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition in the American Pavilion. This traveling exhibition is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Washington State University and is curated by Ryan Hardesty, Executive Director.

    Support for this exhibition and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the
    Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

    Opening Reception: October 2nd, 2024

    Gallery talk with artist Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnitzer in association with INTERCHANGE faculty performance event: October 17th, 7:30pm

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    麻豆代天府ing Artist Rhiannon Skye Tafoya
    麻豆代天府ing Artist Rhiannon Skye Tafoya
    All Day
    at Chastain Pointe
    Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
    Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
    10:00am
    at Fine Arts Gallery

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art’s 2024 Art Educators Biennial, Playful Encounters, considers how art can be about play and the myriad ways artist-educators engage artmaking for enjoyment and recreation. Play carries the imagination to unexpected destinations and supports unbridled generative work.

    Opening Reception: September 7th, 2024

    Community, Empowerment, and Visibility: National Coming Out Day
    Community, Empowerment, and Visibility: National Coming Out Day
    12:30pm
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    In association with National Coming Out Day

    Please join us at the Zuckerman Museum of Art on National Coming Out day for monologues from students in Theatre Performance Studies and an empowering words poster printing workshop! This event is a collaborative effort with Department of Student Engagement and Belonging and the LGBTQ Center at KSU.

    Community, Empowerment, and Visibility
    Community, Empowerment, and Visibility
    1:00pm
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    Collaboration with Department of Student Engagement and Belonging and LGBTQ Center at KSU. More details TBA.

    Coming Out! A Celebration of LGBTQ Culture and Identity
    Coming Out! A Celebration of LGBTQ Culture and Identity
    8:00pm
    at Onyx Theater

    Celebrating its twelfth year, this inspiring, celebratory, and thought-provoking performance features coming-out stories, musical acts, and more from KSU and metro-area communities, performed by KSU students.

    KSU Symphony Orchestra
    KSU Symphony Orchestra
    8:00pm
    at Bailey Performance Center, Morgan Hall

    Orchestras Series. Enjoy a performance by the KSU Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Bailey School of Music Director of Orchestral Studies Nathaniel F. Parker.

    KSU Symphony Orchestra
    KSU Symphony Orchestra
    8:00pm
    at Bailey Performance Center, Morgan Hall

    Orchestras Series. The KSU Symphony Orchestra performs Dvorak's New World Symphony under the direction of guest artist-in-residence Raphael Jimenez, the Ruth Strickland Gardner Professor of Conducting and Director of Orchestras at the Oberlin Conservatory of Music.

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    Saturday
    麻豆代天府ing Artist Rhiannon Skye Tafoya
    麻豆代天府ing Artist Rhiannon Skye Tafoya
    All Day
    at Chastain Pointe
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation presents a sweeping survey of over 35 objects spanning 15 years. The exhibition includes prints, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and video. Born in Colorado in 1972, Jeffrey Gibson is of Cherokee heritage and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. His vibrant work is a call for Indigenous empowerment as well as queer visibility. Gibson has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Gibson is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale 2024—the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition in the American Pavilion. This traveling exhibition is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Washington State University and is curated by Ryan Hardesty, Executive Director.

    Support for this exhibition and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the
    Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

    Opening Reception: October 2nd, 2024

    Gallery talk with artist Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnitzer in association with INTERCHANGE faculty performance event: October 17th, 7:30pm

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    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

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    Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
    Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
    12:00pm
    at Fine Arts Gallery

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art’s 2024 Art Educators Biennial, Playful Encounters, considers how art can be about play and the myriad ways artist-educators engage artmaking for enjoyment and recreation. Play carries the imagination to unexpected destinations and supports unbridled generative work.

    Opening Reception: September 7th, 2024

    Coming Out! A Celebration of LGBTQ Culture and Identity
    Coming Out! A Celebration of LGBTQ Culture and Identity
    8:00pm
    at Onyx Theater

    Celebrating its twelfth year, this inspiring, celebratory, and thought-provoking performance features coming-out stories, musical acts, and more from KSU and metro-area communities, performed by KSU students.

  • 13
    Sunday
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation presents a sweeping survey of over 35 objects spanning 15 years. The exhibition includes prints, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and video. Born in Colorado in 1972, Jeffrey Gibson is of Cherokee heritage and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. His vibrant work is a call for Indigenous empowerment as well as queer visibility. Gibson has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Gibson is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale 2024—the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition in the American Pavilion. This traveling exhibition is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Washington State University and is curated by Ryan Hardesty, Executive Director.

    Support for this exhibition and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the
    Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

    Opening Reception: October 2nd, 2024

    Gallery talk with artist Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnitzer in association with INTERCHANGE faculty performance event: October 17th, 7:30pm

    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

    Buy Tickets
  • 14
    Monday
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

    Buy Tickets
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation presents a sweeping survey of over 35 objects spanning 15 years. The exhibition includes prints, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and video. Born in Colorado in 1972, Jeffrey Gibson is of Cherokee heritage and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. His vibrant work is a call for Indigenous empowerment as well as queer visibility. Gibson has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Gibson is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale 2024—the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition in the American Pavilion. This traveling exhibition is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Washington State University and is curated by Ryan Hardesty, Executive Director.

    Support for this exhibition and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the
    Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

    Opening Reception: October 2nd, 2024

    Gallery talk with artist Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnitzer in association with INTERCHANGE faculty performance event: October 17th, 7:30pm

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    KSU Jazz Faculty Parliament
    KSU Jazz Faculty Parliament
    7:30pm
    at Bailey Performance Center, Morgan Hall

    Faculty Recital Series. Enjoy an evening of jazz performed by the Bailey School of Music’s Faculty Jazz Parliament.

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    Tuesday
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

    Buy Tickets
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation presents a sweeping survey of over 35 objects spanning 15 years. The exhibition includes prints, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and video. Born in Colorado in 1972, Jeffrey Gibson is of Cherokee heritage and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. His vibrant work is a call for Indigenous empowerment as well as queer visibility. Gibson has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Gibson is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale 2024—the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition in the American Pavilion. This traveling exhibition is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Washington State University and is curated by Ryan Hardesty, Executive Director.

    Support for this exhibition and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the
    Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

    Opening Reception: October 2nd, 2024

    Gallery talk with artist Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnitzer in association with INTERCHANGE faculty performance event: October 17th, 7:30pm

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    Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
    Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
    10:00am
    at Fine Arts Gallery

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art’s 2024 Art Educators Biennial, Playful Encounters, considers how art can be about play and the myriad ways artist-educators engage artmaking for enjoyment and recreation. Play carries the imagination to unexpected destinations and supports unbridled generative work.

    Opening Reception: September 7th, 2024

  • 16
    Wednesday
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

    Buy Tickets
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation presents a sweeping survey of over 35 objects spanning 15 years. The exhibition includes prints, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and video. Born in Colorado in 1972, Jeffrey Gibson is of Cherokee heritage and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. His vibrant work is a call for Indigenous empowerment as well as queer visibility. Gibson has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Gibson is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale 2024—the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition in the American Pavilion. This traveling exhibition is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Washington State University and is curated by Ryan Hardesty, Executive Director.

    Support for this exhibition and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the
    Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

    Opening Reception: October 2nd, 2024

    Gallery talk with artist Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnitzer in association with INTERCHANGE faculty performance event: October 17th, 7:30pm

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    SOAAD Capstone Exhibition I
    SOAAD Capstone Exhibition I
    All Day
    at Fine Arts Gallery

    Capstone exhibitions showcase the artwork of seniors completing their Bachelor of Fine Arts degrees. Using various disciplines and materials, the students exhibit their individual styles and conceptual abilities.

    Opening Reception: October 16, 2024 5pm - 7:30pm

    Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
    Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
    10:00am
    at Fine Arts Gallery

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art’s 2024 Art Educators Biennial, Playful Encounters, considers how art can be about play and the myriad ways artist-educators engage artmaking for enjoyment and recreation. Play carries the imagination to unexpected destinations and supports unbridled generative work.

    Opening Reception: September 7th, 2024

  • 17
    Thursday
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

    Buy Tickets
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation presents a sweeping survey of over 35 objects spanning 15 years. The exhibition includes prints, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and video. Born in Colorado in 1972, Jeffrey Gibson is of Cherokee heritage and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. His vibrant work is a call for Indigenous empowerment as well as queer visibility. Gibson has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Gibson is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale 2024—the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition in the American Pavilion. This traveling exhibition is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Washington State University and is curated by Ryan Hardesty, Executive Director.

    Support for this exhibition and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the
    Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

    Opening Reception: October 2nd, 2024

    Gallery talk with artist Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnitzer in association with INTERCHANGE faculty performance event: October 17th, 7:30pm

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    Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
    Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
    10:00am
    at Fine Arts Gallery

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art’s 2024 Art Educators Biennial, Playful Encounters, considers how art can be about play and the myriad ways artist-educators engage artmaking for enjoyment and recreation. Play carries the imagination to unexpected destinations and supports unbridled generative work.

    Opening Reception: September 7th, 2024

    INTERCHANGE
    INTERCHANGE
    7:00pm
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Bernard A. Zuckerman Museum of Art, a unit of the School of Art and Design, presents INTERCHANGE, an annual collaboration featuring faculty from all four disciplines of the College of the Arts. This unique presentation of live performances celebrates the creativity that all artistic disciplines share with one another.

    Selected ArtsKSU faculty will perform in response to the exhibition Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation. Jeffrey Gibson will be present to speak about his work and in conversation with Jordan Schnitzer who will also be in attendance.  This event is free but space is limited, so please register early.

    Windgate Artist-in-Residence Lecture: Matthew Kirk
    Windgate Artist-in-Residence Lecture: Matthew Kirk
    7:00pm
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Bernard A. Zuckerman Museum of Art, a unit of the School of Art and Design, presents INTERCHANGE an annual collaboration featuring faculty from all disciplines of the College of the Arts. This unique presentation of live performances celebrates the creativity that all artistic disciplines share with one another and celebrates the many talents of our COTA faculty. This year, selected ArtsKSU faculty will perform in response to the exhibition Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation. Jeffrey Gibson will be present to speak about his work and in conversat----

    Artist talk with Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnizter
    Artist talk with Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnizter
    7:30pm
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

     Jeffrey Gibson will be present to speak about his work and in conversation with Jordan Schnitzer who will also be in attendance. 

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    Friday
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

    Buy Tickets
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation presents a sweeping survey of over 35 objects spanning 15 years. The exhibition includes prints, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and video. Born in Colorado in 1972, Jeffrey Gibson is of Cherokee heritage and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. His vibrant work is a call for Indigenous empowerment as well as queer visibility. Gibson has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Gibson is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale 2024—the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition in the American Pavilion. This traveling exhibition is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Washington State University and is curated by Ryan Hardesty, Executive Director.

    Support for this exhibition and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the
    Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

    Opening Reception: October 2nd, 2024

    Gallery talk with artist Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnitzer in association with INTERCHANGE faculty performance event: October 17th, 7:30pm

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    Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
    Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
    10:00am
    at Fine Arts Gallery

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art’s 2024 Art Educators Biennial, Playful Encounters, considers how art can be about play and the myriad ways artist-educators engage artmaking for enjoyment and recreation. Play carries the imagination to unexpected destinations and supports unbridled generative work.

    Opening Reception: September 7th, 2024

  • 19
    Saturday
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

    Buy Tickets
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation presents a sweeping survey of over 35 objects spanning 15 years. The exhibition includes prints, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and video. Born in Colorado in 1972, Jeffrey Gibson is of Cherokee heritage and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. His vibrant work is a call for Indigenous empowerment as well as queer visibility. Gibson has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Gibson is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale 2024—the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition in the American Pavilion. This traveling exhibition is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Washington State University and is curated by Ryan Hardesty, Executive Director.

    Support for this exhibition and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the
    Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

    Opening Reception: October 2nd, 2024

    Gallery talk with artist Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnitzer in association with INTERCHANGE faculty performance event: October 17th, 7:30pm

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    Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
    Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
    12:00pm
    at Fine Arts Gallery

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art’s 2024 Art Educators Biennial, Playful Encounters, considers how art can be about play and the myriad ways artist-educators engage artmaking for enjoyment and recreation. Play carries the imagination to unexpected destinations and supports unbridled generative work.

    Opening Reception: September 7th, 2024

  • 20
    Sunday
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

    Buy Tickets
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation presents a sweeping survey of over 35 objects spanning 15 years. The exhibition includes prints, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and video. Born in Colorado in 1972, Jeffrey Gibson is of Cherokee heritage and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. His vibrant work is a call for Indigenous empowerment as well as queer visibility. Gibson has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Gibson is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale 2024—the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition in the American Pavilion. This traveling exhibition is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Washington State University and is curated by Ryan Hardesty, Executive Director.

    Support for this exhibition and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the
    Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

    Opening Reception: October 2nd, 2024

    Gallery talk with artist Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnitzer in association with INTERCHANGE faculty performance event: October 17th, 7:30pm

  • 21
    Monday
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

    Buy Tickets
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation presents a sweeping survey of over 35 objects spanning 15 years. The exhibition includes prints, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and video. Born in Colorado in 1972, Jeffrey Gibson is of Cherokee heritage and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. His vibrant work is a call for Indigenous empowerment as well as queer visibility. Gibson has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Gibson is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale 2024—the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition in the American Pavilion. This traveling exhibition is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Washington State University and is curated by Ryan Hardesty, Executive Director.

    Support for this exhibition and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the
    Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

    Opening Reception: October 2nd, 2024

    Gallery talk with artist Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnitzer in association with INTERCHANGE faculty performance event: October 17th, 7:30pm

  • 22
    Tuesday
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation presents a sweeping survey of over 35 objects spanning 15 years. The exhibition includes prints, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and video. Born in Colorado in 1972, Jeffrey Gibson is of Cherokee heritage and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. His vibrant work is a call for Indigenous empowerment as well as queer visibility. Gibson has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Gibson is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale 2024—the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition in the American Pavilion. This traveling exhibition is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Washington State University and is curated by Ryan Hardesty, Executive Director.

    Support for this exhibition and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the
    Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

    Opening Reception: October 2nd, 2024

    Gallery talk with artist Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnitzer in association with INTERCHANGE faculty performance event: October 17th, 7:30pm

    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

    Buy Tickets
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    Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
    Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
    10:00am
    at Fine Arts Gallery

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art’s 2024 Art Educators Biennial, Playful Encounters, considers how art can be about play and the myriad ways artist-educators engage artmaking for enjoyment and recreation. Play carries the imagination to unexpected destinations and supports unbridled generative work.

    Opening Reception: September 7th, 2024

  • 23
    Wednesday
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

    Buy Tickets
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation presents a sweeping survey of over 35 objects spanning 15 years. The exhibition includes prints, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and video. Born in Colorado in 1972, Jeffrey Gibson is of Cherokee heritage and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. His vibrant work is a call for Indigenous empowerment as well as queer visibility. Gibson has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Gibson is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale 2024—the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition in the American Pavilion. This traveling exhibition is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Washington State University and is curated by Ryan Hardesty, Executive Director.

    Support for this exhibition and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the
    Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

    Opening Reception: October 2nd, 2024

    Gallery talk with artist Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnitzer in association with INTERCHANGE faculty performance event: October 17th, 7:30pm

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    Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
    Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
    10:00am
    at Fine Arts Gallery

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art’s 2024 Art Educators Biennial, Playful Encounters, considers how art can be about play and the myriad ways artist-educators engage artmaking for enjoyment and recreation. Play carries the imagination to unexpected destinations and supports unbridled generative work.

    Opening Reception: September 7th, 2024

    Fall Undergraduate Research Workshop
    Fall Undergraduate Research Workshop
    2:00pm
    at Onyx Theater

    Through this workshop undergraduate students will share their works in progress through presentations and open Q&A discussion.

  • 24
    Thursday
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

    Buy Tickets
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation presents a sweeping survey of over 35 objects spanning 15 years. The exhibition includes prints, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and video. Born in Colorado in 1972, Jeffrey Gibson is of Cherokee heritage and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. His vibrant work is a call for Indigenous empowerment as well as queer visibility. Gibson has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Gibson is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale 2024—the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition in the American Pavilion. This traveling exhibition is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Washington State University and is curated by Ryan Hardesty, Executive Director.

    Support for this exhibition and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the
    Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

    Opening Reception: October 2nd, 2024

    Gallery talk with artist Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnitzer in association with INTERCHANGE faculty performance event: October 17th, 7:30pm

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    Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
    Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
    10:00am
    at Fine Arts Gallery

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art’s 2024 Art Educators Biennial, Playful Encounters, considers how art can be about play and the myriad ways artist-educators engage artmaking for enjoyment and recreation. Play carries the imagination to unexpected destinations and supports unbridled generative work.

    Opening Reception: September 7th, 2024

  • 25
    Friday
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

    Buy Tickets
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation presents a sweeping survey of over 35 objects spanning 15 years. The exhibition includes prints, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and video. Born in Colorado in 1972, Jeffrey Gibson is of Cherokee heritage and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. His vibrant work is a call for Indigenous empowerment as well as queer visibility. Gibson has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Gibson is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale 2024—the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition in the American Pavilion. This traveling exhibition is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Washington State University and is curated by Ryan Hardesty, Executive Director.

    Support for this exhibition and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the
    Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

    Opening Reception: October 2nd, 2024

    Gallery talk with artist Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnitzer in association with INTERCHANGE faculty performance event: October 17th, 7:30pm

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    Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
    Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
    10:00am
    at Fine Arts Gallery

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art’s 2024 Art Educators Biennial, Playful Encounters, considers how art can be about play and the myriad ways artist-educators engage artmaking for enjoyment and recreation. Play carries the imagination to unexpected destinations and supports unbridled generative work.

    Opening Reception: September 7th, 2024

    KSU Opera Theater
    KSU Opera Theater
    8:00pm
    at Bailey Performance Center, Morgan Hall

    Choral & Opera Series. Enjoy a performance by the KSU Opera Theater.

  • 26
    Saturday
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

    Buy Tickets
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation presents a sweeping survey of over 35 objects spanning 15 years. The exhibition includes prints, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and video. Born in Colorado in 1972, Jeffrey Gibson is of Cherokee heritage and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. His vibrant work is a call for Indigenous empowerment as well as queer visibility. Gibson has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Gibson is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale 2024—the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition in the American Pavilion. This traveling exhibition is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Washington State University and is curated by Ryan Hardesty, Executive Director.

    Support for this exhibition and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the
    Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

    Opening Reception: October 2nd, 2024

    Gallery talk with artist Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnitzer in association with INTERCHANGE faculty performance event: October 17th, 7:30pm

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    SOAAD Capstone Exhibition I
    SOAAD Capstone Exhibition I
    All Day
    at Fine Arts Gallery

    Capstone exhibitions showcase the artwork of seniors completing their Bachelor of Fine Arts degrees. Using various disciplines and materials, the students exhibit their individual styles and conceptual abilities.

    Opening Reception: October 16, 2024 5pm - 7:30pm

    Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
    Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
    12:00pm
    at Fine Arts Gallery

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art’s 2024 Art Educators Biennial, Playful Encounters, considers how art can be about play and the myriad ways artist-educators engage artmaking for enjoyment and recreation. Play carries the imagination to unexpected destinations and supports unbridled generative work.

    Opening Reception: September 7th, 2024

    KSU Opera Theater
    KSU Opera Theater
    8:00pm
    at Bailey Performance Center, Morgan Hall

    Choral & Opera Series. Enjoy a performance by the KSU Opera Theater.

  • 27
    Sunday
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation presents a sweeping survey of over 35 objects spanning 15 years. The exhibition includes prints, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and video. Born in Colorado in 1972, Jeffrey Gibson is of Cherokee heritage and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. His vibrant work is a call for Indigenous empowerment as well as queer visibility. Gibson has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Gibson is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale 2024—the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition in the American Pavilion. This traveling exhibition is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Washington State University and is curated by Ryan Hardesty, Executive Director.

    Support for this exhibition and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the
    Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

    Opening Reception: October 2nd, 2024

    Gallery talk with artist Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnitzer in association with INTERCHANGE faculty performance event: October 17th, 7:30pm

    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

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  • 28
    Monday
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

    Buy Tickets
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation presents a sweeping survey of over 35 objects spanning 15 years. The exhibition includes prints, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and video. Born in Colorado in 1972, Jeffrey Gibson is of Cherokee heritage and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. His vibrant work is a call for Indigenous empowerment as well as queer visibility. Gibson has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Gibson is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale 2024—the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition in the American Pavilion. This traveling exhibition is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Washington State University and is curated by Ryan Hardesty, Executive Director.

    Support for this exhibition and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the
    Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

    Opening Reception: October 2nd, 2024

    Gallery talk with artist Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnitzer in association with INTERCHANGE faculty performance event: October 17th, 7:30pm

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    Faculty Recital: Adelaide Federici, Violin & Robert Henry, Piano
    Faculty Recital: Adelaide Federici, Violin & Robert Henry, Piano
    7:30pm
    at Bailey Performance Center, Morgan Hall

    Faculty Recital Series. Enjoy an evening of music for violin and piano performed by Bailey School of Music faculty artists Adelaide Federici and Robert Henry.

  • 29
    Tuesday
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

    Buy Tickets
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation presents a sweeping survey of over 35 objects spanning 15 years. The exhibition includes prints, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and video. Born in Colorado in 1972, Jeffrey Gibson is of Cherokee heritage and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. His vibrant work is a call for Indigenous empowerment as well as queer visibility. Gibson has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Gibson is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale 2024—the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition in the American Pavilion. This traveling exhibition is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Washington State University and is curated by Ryan Hardesty, Executive Director.

    Support for this exhibition and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the
    Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

    Opening Reception: October 2nd, 2024

    Gallery talk with artist Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnitzer in association with INTERCHANGE faculty performance event: October 17th, 7:30pm

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    Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
    Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
    10:00am
    at Fine Arts Gallery

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art’s 2024 Art Educators Biennial, Playful Encounters, considers how art can be about play and the myriad ways artist-educators engage artmaking for enjoyment and recreation. Play carries the imagination to unexpected destinations and supports unbridled generative work.

    Opening Reception: September 7th, 2024

    KSU Mixed Chamber Ensembles
    KSU Mixed Chamber Ensembles
    5:30pm
    at Bailey Performance Center, Morgan Hall

    Chamber Music Series. Enjoy an evening of performances by Bailey School of Music student instrumental chamber ensembles.

    KSU Mixed Chamber Ensembles
    KSU Mixed Chamber Ensembles
    7:30pm
    at Bailey Performance Center, Morgan Hall

    Chamber Music Series. Enjoy an evening of performances by Bailey School of Music student instrumental chamber ensembles.

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    Wednesday
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

    Buy Tickets
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation presents a sweeping survey of over 35 objects spanning 15 years. The exhibition includes prints, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and video. Born in Colorado in 1972, Jeffrey Gibson is of Cherokee heritage and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. His vibrant work is a call for Indigenous empowerment as well as queer visibility. Gibson has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Gibson is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale 2024—the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition in the American Pavilion. This traveling exhibition is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Washington State University and is curated by Ryan Hardesty, Executive Director.

    Support for this exhibition and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the
    Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

    Opening Reception: October 2nd, 2024

    Gallery talk with artist Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnitzer in association with INTERCHANGE faculty performance event: October 17th, 7:30pm

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    SOAAD Capstone Exhibition II
    SOAAD Capstone Exhibition II
    All Day
    at Fine Arts Gallery

    Capstone exhibitions showcase the artwork of seniors completing their Bachelor of Fine Arts degrees. Using various disciplines and materials, the students exhibit their individual styles and conceptual abilities.

    Opening Reception: October 30, 5pm - 7:30pm 

    Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
    Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
    10:00am
    at Fine Arts Gallery

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art’s 2024 Art Educators Biennial, Playful Encounters, considers how art can be about play and the myriad ways artist-educators engage artmaking for enjoyment and recreation. Play carries the imagination to unexpected destinations and supports unbridled generative work.

    Opening Reception: September 7th, 2024

  • 31
    Thursday
    SOAAD Capstone Exhibition II
    SOAAD Capstone Exhibition II
    All Day
    at Fine Arts Gallery

    Capstone exhibitions showcase the artwork of seniors completing their Bachelor of Fine Arts degrees. Using various disciplines and materials, the students exhibit their individual styles and conceptual abilities.

    Opening Reception: October 30, 5pm - 7:30pm 

    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

    Buy Tickets
    +2
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation presents a sweeping survey of over 35 objects spanning 15 years. The exhibition includes prints, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and video. Born in Colorado in 1972, Jeffrey Gibson is of Cherokee heritage and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. His vibrant work is a call for Indigenous empowerment as well as queer visibility. Gibson has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Gibson is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale 2024—the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition in the American Pavilion. This traveling exhibition is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Washington State University and is curated by Ryan Hardesty, Executive Director.

    Support for this exhibition and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the
    Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

    Opening Reception: October 2nd, 2024

    Gallery talk with artist Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnitzer in association with INTERCHANGE faculty performance event: October 17th, 7:30pm

    Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
    Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
    10:00am
    at Fine Arts Gallery

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art’s 2024 Art Educators Biennial, Playful Encounters, considers how art can be about play and the myriad ways artist-educators engage artmaking for enjoyment and recreation. Play carries the imagination to unexpected destinations and supports unbridled generative work.

    Opening Reception: September 7th, 2024

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    Friday
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation presents a sweeping survey of over 35 objects spanning 15 years. The exhibition includes prints, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and video. Born in Colorado in 1972, Jeffrey Gibson is of Cherokee heritage and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. His vibrant work is a call for Indigenous empowerment as well as queer visibility. Gibson has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Gibson is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale 2024—the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition in the American Pavilion. This traveling exhibition is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Washington State University and is curated by Ryan Hardesty, Executive Director.

    Support for this exhibition and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the
    Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

    Opening Reception: October 2nd, 2024

    Gallery talk with artist Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnitzer in association with INTERCHANGE faculty performance event: October 17th, 7:30pm

    SOAAD Capstone Exhibition II
    SOAAD Capstone Exhibition II
    All Day
    at Fine Arts Gallery

    Capstone exhibitions showcase the artwork of seniors completing their Bachelor of Fine Arts degrees. Using various disciplines and materials, the students exhibit their individual styles and conceptual abilities.

    Opening Reception: October 30, 5pm - 7:30pm 

    +3
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

    Buy Tickets
    Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
    Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
    10:00am
    at Fine Arts Gallery

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art’s 2024 Art Educators Biennial, Playful Encounters, considers how art can be about play and the myriad ways artist-educators engage artmaking for enjoyment and recreation. Play carries the imagination to unexpected destinations and supports unbridled generative work.

    Opening Reception: September 7th, 2024

    Bailey School of Music Concerto Competition: Final Round
    Bailey School of Music Concerto Competition: Final Round
    8:00pm
    at Bailey Performance Center, Morgan Hall

    Chamber Music Series. Enjoy an evening of performances by some of the most talented student instrumentalists in the Bailey School of Music, as they compete in the final round of the annual BSOM Concerto Competition.

  • 2
    Saturday
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

    Buy Tickets
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation presents a sweeping survey of over 35 objects spanning 15 years. The exhibition includes prints, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and video. Born in Colorado in 1972, Jeffrey Gibson is of Cherokee heritage and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. His vibrant work is a call for Indigenous empowerment as well as queer visibility. Gibson has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Gibson is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale 2024—the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition in the American Pavilion. This traveling exhibition is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Washington State University and is curated by Ryan Hardesty, Executive Director.

    Support for this exhibition and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the
    Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

    Opening Reception: October 2nd, 2024

    Gallery talk with artist Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnitzer in association with INTERCHANGE faculty performance event: October 17th, 7:30pm

    +2
    SOAAD Capstone Exhibition II
    SOAAD Capstone Exhibition II
    All Day
    at Fine Arts Gallery

    Capstone exhibitions showcase the artwork of seniors completing their Bachelor of Fine Arts degrees. Using various disciplines and materials, the students exhibit their individual styles and conceptual abilities.

    Opening Reception: October 30, 5pm - 7:30pm 

    Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
    Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
    12:00pm
    at Fine Arts Gallery

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art’s 2024 Art Educators Biennial, Playful Encounters, considers how art can be about play and the myriad ways artist-educators engage artmaking for enjoyment and recreation. Play carries the imagination to unexpected destinations and supports unbridled generative work.

    Opening Reception: September 7th, 2024

  • 3
    Sunday
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

    Buy Tickets
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation presents a sweeping survey of over 35 objects spanning 15 years. The exhibition includes prints, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and video. Born in Colorado in 1972, Jeffrey Gibson is of Cherokee heritage and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. His vibrant work is a call for Indigenous empowerment as well as queer visibility. Gibson has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Gibson is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale 2024—the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition in the American Pavilion. This traveling exhibition is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Washington State University and is curated by Ryan Hardesty, Executive Director.

    Support for this exhibition and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the
    Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

    Opening Reception: October 2nd, 2024

    Gallery talk with artist Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnitzer in association with INTERCHANGE faculty performance event: October 17th, 7:30pm

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    SOAAD Capstone Exhibition II
    SOAAD Capstone Exhibition II
    All Day
    at Fine Arts Gallery

    Capstone exhibitions showcase the artwork of seniors completing their Bachelor of Fine Arts degrees. Using various disciplines and materials, the students exhibit their individual styles and conceptual abilities.

    Opening Reception: October 30, 5pm - 7:30pm 

  • 4
    Monday
    SOAAD Capstone Exhibition II
    SOAAD Capstone Exhibition II
    All Day
    at Fine Arts Gallery

    Capstone exhibitions showcase the artwork of seniors completing their Bachelor of Fine Arts degrees. Using various disciplines and materials, the students exhibit their individual styles and conceptual abilities.

    Opening Reception: October 30, 5pm - 7:30pm 

    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

    Buy Tickets
    +2
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation presents a sweeping survey of over 35 objects spanning 15 years. The exhibition includes prints, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and video. Born in Colorado in 1972, Jeffrey Gibson is of Cherokee heritage and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. His vibrant work is a call for Indigenous empowerment as well as queer visibility. Gibson has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Gibson is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale 2024—the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition in the American Pavilion. This traveling exhibition is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Washington State University and is curated by Ryan Hardesty, Executive Director.

    Support for this exhibition and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the
    Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

    Opening Reception: October 2nd, 2024

    Gallery talk with artist Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnitzer in association with INTERCHANGE faculty performance event: October 17th, 7:30pm

    KSU Jazz Ensemble I
    KSU Jazz Ensemble I
    7:30pm
    at Bailey Performance Center, Morgan Hall

    Jazz Series. Enjoy a performance by KSU Jazz Ensemble I led by Bailey School of Music Director of Jazz Studies Sam Skelton.

  • 5
    Tuesday
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

    Buy Tickets
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation presents a sweeping survey of over 35 objects spanning 15 years. The exhibition includes prints, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and video. Born in Colorado in 1972, Jeffrey Gibson is of Cherokee heritage and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. His vibrant work is a call for Indigenous empowerment as well as queer visibility. Gibson has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Gibson is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale 2024—the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition in the American Pavilion. This traveling exhibition is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Washington State University and is curated by Ryan Hardesty, Executive Director.

    Support for this exhibition and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the
    Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

    Opening Reception: October 2nd, 2024

    Gallery talk with artist Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnitzer in association with INTERCHANGE faculty performance event: October 17th, 7:30pm

    +2
    SOAAD Capstone Exhibition II
    SOAAD Capstone Exhibition II
    All Day
    at Fine Arts Gallery

    Capstone exhibitions showcase the artwork of seniors completing their Bachelor of Fine Arts degrees. Using various disciplines and materials, the students exhibit their individual styles and conceptual abilities.

    Opening Reception: October 30, 5pm - 7:30pm 

    Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
    Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
    10:00am
    at Fine Arts Gallery

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art’s 2024 Art Educators Biennial, Playful Encounters, considers how art can be about play and the myriad ways artist-educators engage artmaking for enjoyment and recreation. Play carries the imagination to unexpected destinations and supports unbridled generative work.

    Opening Reception: September 7th, 2024

  • 6
    Wednesday
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

    Buy Tickets
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation presents a sweeping survey of over 35 objects spanning 15 years. The exhibition includes prints, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and video. Born in Colorado in 1972, Jeffrey Gibson is of Cherokee heritage and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. His vibrant work is a call for Indigenous empowerment as well as queer visibility. Gibson has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Gibson is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale 2024—the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition in the American Pavilion. This traveling exhibition is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Washington State University and is curated by Ryan Hardesty, Executive Director.

    Support for this exhibition and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the
    Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

    Opening Reception: October 2nd, 2024

    Gallery talk with artist Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnitzer in association with INTERCHANGE faculty performance event: October 17th, 7:30pm

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    SOAAD Capstone Exhibition II
    SOAAD Capstone Exhibition II
    All Day
    at Fine Arts Gallery

    Capstone exhibitions showcase the artwork of seniors completing their Bachelor of Fine Arts degrees. Using various disciplines and materials, the students exhibit their individual styles and conceptual abilities.

    Opening Reception: October 30, 5pm - 7:30pm 

    Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
    Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
    10:00am
    at Fine Arts Gallery

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art’s 2024 Art Educators Biennial, Playful Encounters, considers how art can be about play and the myriad ways artist-educators engage artmaking for enjoyment and recreation. Play carries the imagination to unexpected destinations and supports unbridled generative work.

    Opening Reception: September 7th, 2024

    KSU Vocal Jazz Ensemble, Jazz Guitar Ensemble & Jazz Piano
    KSU Vocal Jazz Ensemble, Jazz Guitar Ensemble & Jazz Piano
    7:30pm
    at Bailey Performance Center, Morgan Hall

    Jazz Series. Enjoy an evening of performances by the Bailey School of Music Vocal Jazz Ensemble, Jazz Guitar Ensemble, and Jazz piano students.

  • 7
    Thursday
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

    Buy Tickets
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation presents a sweeping survey of over 35 objects spanning 15 years. The exhibition includes prints, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and video. Born in Colorado in 1972, Jeffrey Gibson is of Cherokee heritage and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. His vibrant work is a call for Indigenous empowerment as well as queer visibility. Gibson has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Gibson is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale 2024—the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition in the American Pavilion. This traveling exhibition is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Washington State University and is curated by Ryan Hardesty, Executive Director.

    Support for this exhibition and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the
    Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

    Opening Reception: October 2nd, 2024

    Gallery talk with artist Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnitzer in association with INTERCHANGE faculty performance event: October 17th, 7:30pm

    +4
    SOAAD Capstone Exhibition II
    SOAAD Capstone Exhibition II
    All Day
    at Fine Arts Gallery

    Capstone exhibitions showcase the artwork of seniors completing their Bachelor of Fine Arts degrees. Using various disciplines and materials, the students exhibit their individual styles and conceptual abilities.

    Opening Reception: October 30, 5pm - 7:30pm 

    Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
    Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
    10:00am
    at Fine Arts Gallery

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art’s 2024 Art Educators Biennial, Playful Encounters, considers how art can be about play and the myriad ways artist-educators engage artmaking for enjoyment and recreation. Play carries the imagination to unexpected destinations and supports unbridled generative work.

    Opening Reception: September 7th, 2024

    6th Annual Faculty Research in the Arts Colloquium
    6th Annual Faculty Research in the Arts Colloquium
    3:00pm
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    Join our faculty in our 6th Annual Faculty Research in the Arts Colloquium.

    Pippin
    Pippin
    7:30pm
    at Stillwell Theater

    Pippin is the story of one young man's journey to be extraordinary. Heir to the Frankish throne, the young prince Pippin is in search of the secret to true happiness and fulfillment. Pippin finds that happiness lies not in extraordinary endeavors, but rather in the unextraordinary moments that happen every day. Featuring an unforgettable score from musical theatre giant Stephen Schwartz. Originally Produced on the Broadway Stage by Stuart Ostrow. Directed on the Broadway Stage by Bob Fosse. 2013 Broadway Revival Directed by Diane Paulus. Orchestrations for 2013 Revival by Larry Hochman 

  • 8
    Friday
    SOAAD Capstone Exhibition II
    SOAAD Capstone Exhibition II
    All Day
    at Fine Arts Gallery

    Capstone exhibitions showcase the artwork of seniors completing their Bachelor of Fine Arts degrees. Using various disciplines and materials, the students exhibit their individual styles and conceptual abilities.

    Opening Reception: October 30, 5pm - 7:30pm 

    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation presents a sweeping survey of over 35 objects spanning 15 years. The exhibition includes prints, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and video. Born in Colorado in 1972, Jeffrey Gibson is of Cherokee heritage and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. His vibrant work is a call for Indigenous empowerment as well as queer visibility. Gibson has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Gibson is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale 2024—the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition in the American Pavilion. This traveling exhibition is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Washington State University and is curated by Ryan Hardesty, Executive Director.

    Support for this exhibition and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the
    Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

    Opening Reception: October 2nd, 2024

    Gallery talk with artist Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnitzer in association with INTERCHANGE faculty performance event: October 17th, 7:30pm

    +4
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

    Buy Tickets
    Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
    Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
    10:00am
    at Fine Arts Gallery

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art’s 2024 Art Educators Biennial, Playful Encounters, considers how art can be about play and the myriad ways artist-educators engage artmaking for enjoyment and recreation. Play carries the imagination to unexpected destinations and supports unbridled generative work.

    Opening Reception: September 7th, 2024

    ArtsKSU Presents: Arianna String Quartet
    ArtsKSU Presents: Arianna String Quartet
    8:00pm
    at Bailey Performance Center, Morgan Hall

    ArtsKSU Series. Hailed for their outstanding musicianship, the Arianna String Quartet has established itself as one of America's finest chamber ensembles. Their performances have been praised for “tonal warmth, fastidious balance and expressive vitality” (Chicago Tribune) and “emotional commitment and fluent virtuosity,” (Pretoria News, South Africa).  Formed in 1992, the ASQ garnered national attention by winning the Grand Prize in the Fischoff Chamber Music Competition, First Prize in both the Coleman and Carmel Chamber Music Competitions, and were Laureates in the Bordeaux International String Quartet Competition.

    Pippin
    Pippin
    8:00pm
    at Stillwell Theater

    Pippin is the story of one young man's journey to be extraordinary. Heir to the Frankish throne, the young prince Pippin is in search of the secret to true happiness and fulfillment. Pippin finds that happiness lies not in extraordinary endeavors, but rather in the unextraordinary moments that happen every day. Featuring an unforgettable score from musical theatre giant Stephen Schwartz. Originally Produced on the Broadway Stage by Stuart Ostrow. Directed on the Broadway Stage by Bob Fosse. 2013 Broadway Revival Directed by Diane Paulus. Orchestrations for 2013 Revival by Larry Hochman 

  • 9
    Saturday
    SOAAD Capstone Exhibition II
    SOAAD Capstone Exhibition II
    All Day
    at Fine Arts Gallery

    Capstone exhibitions showcase the artwork of seniors completing their Bachelor of Fine Arts degrees. Using various disciplines and materials, the students exhibit their individual styles and conceptual abilities.

    Opening Reception: October 30, 5pm - 7:30pm 

    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

    Buy Tickets
    +3
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation presents a sweeping survey of over 35 objects spanning 15 years. The exhibition includes prints, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and video. Born in Colorado in 1972, Jeffrey Gibson is of Cherokee heritage and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. His vibrant work is a call for Indigenous empowerment as well as queer visibility. Gibson has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Gibson is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale 2024—the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition in the American Pavilion. This traveling exhibition is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Washington State University and is curated by Ryan Hardesty, Executive Director.

    Support for this exhibition and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the
    Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

    Opening Reception: October 2nd, 2024

    Gallery talk with artist Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnitzer in association with INTERCHANGE faculty performance event: October 17th, 7:30pm

    Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
    Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
    12:00pm
    at Fine Arts Gallery

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art’s 2024 Art Educators Biennial, Playful Encounters, considers how art can be about play and the myriad ways artist-educators engage artmaking for enjoyment and recreation. Play carries the imagination to unexpected destinations and supports unbridled generative work.

    Opening Reception: September 7th, 2024

    Pippin
    Pippin
    8:00pm
    at Stillwell Theater

    Pippin is the story of one young man's journey to be extraordinary. Heir to the Frankish throne, the young prince Pippin is in search of the secret to true happiness and fulfillment. Pippin finds that happiness lies not in extraordinary endeavors, but rather in the unextraordinary moments that happen every day. Featuring an unforgettable score from musical theatre giant Stephen Schwartz. Originally Produced on the Broadway Stage by Stuart Ostrow. Directed on the Broadway Stage by Bob Fosse. 2013 Broadway Revival Directed by Diane Paulus. Orchestrations for 2013 Revival by Larry Hochman 

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    Sunday
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

    Buy Tickets
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation presents a sweeping survey of over 35 objects spanning 15 years. The exhibition includes prints, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and video. Born in Colorado in 1972, Jeffrey Gibson is of Cherokee heritage and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. His vibrant work is a call for Indigenous empowerment as well as queer visibility. Gibson has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Gibson is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale 2024—the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition in the American Pavilion. This traveling exhibition is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Washington State University and is curated by Ryan Hardesty, Executive Director.

    Support for this exhibition and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the
    Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

    Opening Reception: October 2nd, 2024

    Gallery talk with artist Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnitzer in association with INTERCHANGE faculty performance event: October 17th, 7:30pm

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    Pippin
    Pippin
    3:00pm
    at Stillwell Theater

    Pippin is the story of one young man's journey to be extraordinary. Heir to the Frankish throne, the young prince Pippin is in search of the secret to true happiness and fulfillment. Pippin finds that happiness lies not in extraordinary endeavors, but rather in the unextraordinary moments that happen every day. Featuring an unforgettable score from musical theatre giant Stephen Schwartz. Originally Produced on the Broadway Stage by Stuart Ostrow. Directed on the Broadway Stage by Bob Fosse. 2013 Broadway Revival Directed by Diane Paulus. Orchestrations for 2013 Revival by Larry Hochman 

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    Monday
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

    Buy Tickets
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation presents a sweeping survey of over 35 objects spanning 15 years. The exhibition includes prints, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and video. Born in Colorado in 1972, Jeffrey Gibson is of Cherokee heritage and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. His vibrant work is a call for Indigenous empowerment as well as queer visibility. Gibson has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Gibson is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale 2024—the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition in the American Pavilion. This traveling exhibition is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Washington State University and is curated by Ryan Hardesty, Executive Director.

    Support for this exhibition and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the
    Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

    Opening Reception: October 2nd, 2024

    Gallery talk with artist Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnitzer in association with INTERCHANGE faculty performance event: October 17th, 7:30pm

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    Jazz Combos
    Jazz Combos
    7:30pm
    at Bailey Performance Center, Morgan Hall

    Jazz Series. Enjoy an evening of performances by Bailey School of Music student jazz combos.

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    Tuesday
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

    Buy Tickets
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation presents a sweeping survey of over 35 objects spanning 15 years. The exhibition includes prints, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and video. Born in Colorado in 1972, Jeffrey Gibson is of Cherokee heritage and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. His vibrant work is a call for Indigenous empowerment as well as queer visibility. Gibson has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Gibson is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale 2024—the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition in the American Pavilion. This traveling exhibition is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Washington State University and is curated by Ryan Hardesty, Executive Director.

    Support for this exhibition and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the
    Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

    Opening Reception: October 2nd, 2024

    Gallery talk with artist Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnitzer in association with INTERCHANGE faculty performance event: October 17th, 7:30pm

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    Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
    Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
    10:00am
    at Fine Arts Gallery

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art’s 2024 Art Educators Biennial, Playful Encounters, considers how art can be about play and the myriad ways artist-educators engage artmaking for enjoyment and recreation. Play carries the imagination to unexpected destinations and supports unbridled generative work.

    Opening Reception: September 7th, 2024

    KSU Concert Choirs
    KSU Concert Choirs
    7:30pm
    at Bailey Performance Center, Morgan Hall

    Choral & Opera Series. Enjoy an evening of choral music performed by the KSU Treble Choir, Men’s Ensemble, Chorale, and Chamber Singers.

  • 13
    Wednesday
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation presents a sweeping survey of over 35 objects spanning 15 years. The exhibition includes prints, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and video. Born in Colorado in 1972, Jeffrey Gibson is of Cherokee heritage and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. His vibrant work is a call for Indigenous empowerment as well as queer visibility. Gibson has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Gibson is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale 2024—the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition in the American Pavilion. This traveling exhibition is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Washington State University and is curated by Ryan Hardesty, Executive Director.

    Support for this exhibition and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the
    Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

    Opening Reception: October 2nd, 2024

    Gallery talk with artist Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnitzer in association with INTERCHANGE faculty performance event: October 17th, 7:30pm

    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

    Buy Tickets
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    SOAAD Capstone Exhibition III
    SOAAD Capstone Exhibition III
    All Day
    at Fine Arts Gallery

    Capstone exhibitions showcase the artwork of seniors completing their Bachelor of Fine Arts degrees. Using various disciplines and materials, the students exhibit their individual styles and conceptual abilities.

    Opening Reception: November 13, 2024 5pm - 7:30pm

    Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
    Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
    10:00am
    at Fine Arts Gallery

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art’s 2024 Art Educators Biennial, Playful Encounters, considers how art can be about play and the myriad ways artist-educators engage artmaking for enjoyment and recreation. Play carries the imagination to unexpected destinations and supports unbridled generative work.

    Opening Reception: September 7th, 2024

    KSU Philharmonic Orchestra
    KSU Philharmonic Orchestra
    7:30pm
    at Bailey Performance Center, Morgan Hall

    Orchestras Series. Enjoy a performance by the KSU Philharmonic Orchestra led by Bailey School of Music faculty Nancy Conley.

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    Thursday
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

    Buy Tickets
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation presents a sweeping survey of over 35 objects spanning 15 years. The exhibition includes prints, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and video. Born in Colorado in 1972, Jeffrey Gibson is of Cherokee heritage and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. His vibrant work is a call for Indigenous empowerment as well as queer visibility. Gibson has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Gibson is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale 2024—the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition in the American Pavilion. This traveling exhibition is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Washington State University and is curated by Ryan Hardesty, Executive Director.

    Support for this exhibition and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the
    Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

    Opening Reception: October 2nd, 2024

    Gallery talk with artist Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnitzer in association with INTERCHANGE faculty performance event: October 17th, 7:30pm

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    SOAAD Capstone Exhibition III
    SOAAD Capstone Exhibition III
    All Day
    at Fine Arts Gallery

    Capstone exhibitions showcase the artwork of seniors completing their Bachelor of Fine Arts degrees. Using various disciplines and materials, the students exhibit their individual styles and conceptual abilities.

    Opening Reception: November 13, 2024 5pm - 7:30pm

    Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
    Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
    10:00am
    at Fine Arts Gallery

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art’s 2024 Art Educators Biennial, Playful Encounters, considers how art can be about play and the myriad ways artist-educators engage artmaking for enjoyment and recreation. Play carries the imagination to unexpected destinations and supports unbridled generative work.

    Opening Reception: September 7th, 2024

    Jazz Combos
    Jazz Combos
    7:30pm
    at Bailey Performance Center, Morgan Hall

    Jazz Series. Enjoy an evening of performances by Bailey School of Music student jazz combos.

    Pippin
    Pippin
    7:30pm
    at Stillwell Theater

    Pippin is the story of one young man's journey to be extraordinary. Heir to the Frankish throne, the young prince Pippin is in search of the secret to true happiness and fulfillment. Pippin finds that happiness lies not in extraordinary endeavors, but rather in the unextraordinary moments that happen every day. Featuring an unforgettable score from musical theatre giant Stephen Schwartz. Originally Produced on the Broadway Stage by Stuart Ostrow. Directed on the Broadway Stage by Bob Fosse. 2013 Broadway Revival Directed by Diane Paulus. Orchestrations for 2013 Revival by Larry Hochman 

    Properties of Being
    Properties of Being
    7:30pm
    at KSU Dance Theater on the Marietta campus

    This concert features works created by our esteemed faculty and performed by our celebrated KSU Dance Company. The program will include both classical and contemporary dance, highlighting the universal need to move, connect, and simply be with others. Join us for an evening of unparalleled artistry and innovation that defines KSU Dance.

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    Friday
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

    Buy Tickets
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation presents a sweeping survey of over 35 objects spanning 15 years. The exhibition includes prints, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and video. Born in Colorado in 1972, Jeffrey Gibson is of Cherokee heritage and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. His vibrant work is a call for Indigenous empowerment as well as queer visibility. Gibson has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Gibson is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale 2024—the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition in the American Pavilion. This traveling exhibition is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Washington State University and is curated by Ryan Hardesty, Executive Director.

    Support for this exhibition and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the
    Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

    Opening Reception: October 2nd, 2024

    Gallery talk with artist Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnitzer in association with INTERCHANGE faculty performance event: October 17th, 7:30pm

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    SOAAD Capstone Exhibition III
    SOAAD Capstone Exhibition III
    All Day
    at Fine Arts Gallery

    Capstone exhibitions showcase the artwork of seniors completing their Bachelor of Fine Arts degrees. Using various disciplines and materials, the students exhibit their individual styles and conceptual abilities.

    Opening Reception: November 13, 2024 5pm - 7:30pm

    Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
    Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
    10:00am
    at Fine Arts Gallery

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art’s 2024 Art Educators Biennial, Playful Encounters, considers how art can be about play and the myriad ways artist-educators engage artmaking for enjoyment and recreation. Play carries the imagination to unexpected destinations and supports unbridled generative work.

    Opening Reception: September 7th, 2024

    Opossum and the Season Stone
    Opossum and the Season Stone
    10:30am
    at Swift Cantrell Park

    Live cello melodies enhance this multisensory, immersive adventure through the Children’s Forest at Swift-Cantrell Park. Crafted by KSU students, faculty, and local artists to explore nature’s rhythms, Opossum and the Season Stone is designed for children ages 0-8 and their caregivers. Presented in collaboration with KSU’s Department of Theatre and Performance Studies; Smith Gilbert Gardens, City of Kennesaw Botanical Garden; and the City of Kennesaw Parks and Recreation Department. Costumes created in partnership with KSU School of Art and Design’s Textiles program.

    Catherine Blackburn
    Catherine Blackburn
    1:30pm
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    Blackburn will present an artist talk on Friday, November 15 in which she reflects on her wearable art practice and its intersection between Indigenous dress, collaboration, and community. On Saturday, November 16, join Catherine for an Applied Beading Workshop inspired by Aboriginal Classics, a series of works exploring themes of identity, language, and story.

    Pippin
    Pippin
    8:00pm
    at Stillwell Theater

    Pippin is the story of one young man's journey to be extraordinary. Heir to the Frankish throne, the young prince Pippin is in search of the secret to true happiness and fulfillment. Pippin finds that happiness lies not in extraordinary endeavors, but rather in the unextraordinary moments that happen every day. Featuring an unforgettable score from musical theatre giant Stephen Schwartz. Originally Produced on the Broadway Stage by Stuart Ostrow. Directed on the Broadway Stage by Bob Fosse. 2013 Broadway Revival Directed by Diane Paulus. Orchestrations for 2013 Revival by Larry Hochman 

    Properties of Being
    Properties of Being
    8:00pm
    at KSU Dance Theater on the Marietta campus

    This concert features works created by our esteemed faculty and performed by our celebrated KSU Dance Company. The program will include both classical and contemporary dance, highlighting the universal need to move, connect, and simply be with others. Join us for an evening of unparalleled artistry and innovation that defines KSU Dance.

    KSU Wind Ensemble
    KSU Wind Ensemble
    8:00pm
    at Bailey Performance Center, Morgan Hall

    Bands & Percussion Series. Enjoy a performance by the KSU Wind Ensemble under the direction of Bailey School of Music Director of Bands David T. Kehler.

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    Saturday
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

    Buy Tickets
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation presents a sweeping survey of over 35 objects spanning 15 years. The exhibition includes prints, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and video. Born in Colorado in 1972, Jeffrey Gibson is of Cherokee heritage and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. His vibrant work is a call for Indigenous empowerment as well as queer visibility. Gibson has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Gibson is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale 2024—the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition in the American Pavilion. This traveling exhibition is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Washington State University and is curated by Ryan Hardesty, Executive Director.

    Support for this exhibition and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the
    Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

    Opening Reception: October 2nd, 2024

    Gallery talk with artist Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnitzer in association with INTERCHANGE faculty performance event: October 17th, 7:30pm

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    SOAAD Capstone Exhibition III
    SOAAD Capstone Exhibition III
    All Day
    at Fine Arts Gallery

    Capstone exhibitions showcase the artwork of seniors completing their Bachelor of Fine Arts degrees. Using various disciplines and materials, the students exhibit their individual styles and conceptual abilities.

    Opening Reception: November 13, 2024 5pm - 7:30pm

    Opossum and the Season Stone
    Opossum and the Season Stone
    10:30am
    at Swift Cantrell Park

    Live cello melodies enhance this multisensory, immersive adventure through the Children’s Forest at Swift-Cantrell Park. Crafted by KSU students, faculty, and local artists to explore nature’s rhythms, Opossum and the Season Stone is designed for children ages 0-8 and their caregivers. Presented in collaboration with KSU’s Department of Theatre and Performance Studies; Smith Gilbert Gardens, City of Kennesaw Botanical Garden; and the City of Kennesaw Parks and Recreation Department. Costumes created in partnership with KSU School of Art and Design’s Textiles program.

    Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
    Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
    12:00pm
    at Fine Arts Gallery

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art’s 2024 Art Educators Biennial, Playful Encounters, considers how art can be about play and the myriad ways artist-educators engage artmaking for enjoyment and recreation. Play carries the imagination to unexpected destinations and supports unbridled generative work.

    Opening Reception: September 7th, 2024

    Catherine Blackburn
    Catherine Blackburn
    12:00pm
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    Blackburn will present an artist talk on Friday, November 15 in which she reflects on her wearable art practice and its intersection between Indigenous dress, collaboration, and community. On Saturday, November 16, join Catherine for an Applied Beading Workshop inspired by Aboriginal Classics, a series of works exploring themes of identity, language, and story.

    Tango with Jesus Castro-Balbi and Daniel Binelli
    Tango with Jesus Castro-Balbi and Daniel Binelli
    2:00pm
    at Bailey Performance Center, Morgan Hall

    Faculty Recital Series. Join faculty artist Jesus Castro-Balbi, cello, and guest artist Daniel Binelli, bandoneon, for an even of music inspired by the tango.

    Opossum and the Season Stone
    Opossum and the Season Stone
    3:00pm
    at Swift Cantrell Park

    Live cello melodies enhance this multisensory, immersive adventure through the Children’s Forest at Swift-Cantrell Park. Crafted by KSU students, faculty, and local artists to explore nature’s rhythms, Opossum and the Season Stone is designed for children ages 0-8 and their caregivers. Presented in collaboration with KSU’s Department of Theatre and Performance Studies; Smith Gilbert Gardens, City of Kennesaw Botanical Garden; and the City of Kennesaw Parks and Recreation Department. Costumes created in partnership with KSU School of Art and Design’s Textiles program.

    KSU Gospel Choir
    KSU Gospel Choir
    8:00pm
    at Bailey Performance Center, Morgan Hall

    Choral & Opera Series. Enjoy a performance by the KSU Gospel Choir under the direction of Bailey School of Music faculty artist Oral Moses.

    Pippin
    Pippin
    8:00pm
    at Stillwell Theater

    Pippin is the story of one young man's journey to be extraordinary. Heir to the Frankish throne, the young prince Pippin is in search of the secret to true happiness and fulfillment. Pippin finds that happiness lies not in extraordinary endeavors, but rather in the unextraordinary moments that happen every day. Featuring an unforgettable score from musical theatre giant Stephen Schwartz. Originally Produced on the Broadway Stage by Stuart Ostrow. Directed on the Broadway Stage by Bob Fosse. 2013 Broadway Revival Directed by Diane Paulus. Orchestrations for 2013 Revival by Larry Hochman 

    Properties of Being
    Properties of Being
    8:00pm
    at KSU Dance Theater on the Marietta campus

    This concert features works created by our esteemed faculty and performed by our celebrated KSU Dance Company. The program will include both classical and contemporary dance, highlighting the universal need to move, connect, and simply be with others. Join us for an evening of unparalleled artistry and innovation that defines KSU Dance.

  • 17
    Sunday
    SOAAD Capstone Exhibition III
    SOAAD Capstone Exhibition III
    All Day
    at Fine Arts Gallery

    Capstone exhibitions showcase the artwork of seniors completing their Bachelor of Fine Arts degrees. Using various disciplines and materials, the students exhibit their individual styles and conceptual abilities.

    Opening Reception: November 13, 2024 5pm - 7:30pm

    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation presents a sweeping survey of over 35 objects spanning 15 years. The exhibition includes prints, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and video. Born in Colorado in 1972, Jeffrey Gibson is of Cherokee heritage and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. His vibrant work is a call for Indigenous empowerment as well as queer visibility. Gibson has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Gibson is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale 2024—the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition in the American Pavilion. This traveling exhibition is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Washington State University and is curated by Ryan Hardesty, Executive Director.

    Support for this exhibition and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the
    Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

    Opening Reception: October 2nd, 2024

    Gallery talk with artist Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnitzer in association with INTERCHANGE faculty performance event: October 17th, 7:30pm

    +2
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

    Buy Tickets
    Pippin
    Pippin
    3:00pm
    at Stillwell Theater

    Pippin is the story of one young man's journey to be extraordinary. Heir to the Frankish throne, the young prince Pippin is in search of the secret to true happiness and fulfillment. Pippin finds that happiness lies not in extraordinary endeavors, but rather in the unextraordinary moments that happen every day. Featuring an unforgettable score from musical theatre giant Stephen Schwartz. Originally Produced on the Broadway Stage by Stuart Ostrow. Directed on the Broadway Stage by Bob Fosse. 2013 Broadway Revival Directed by Diane Paulus. Orchestrations for 2013 Revival by Larry Hochman 

  • 18
    Monday
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation presents a sweeping survey of over 35 objects spanning 15 years. The exhibition includes prints, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and video. Born in Colorado in 1972, Jeffrey Gibson is of Cherokee heritage and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. His vibrant work is a call for Indigenous empowerment as well as queer visibility. Gibson has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Gibson is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale 2024—the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition in the American Pavilion. This traveling exhibition is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Washington State University and is curated by Ryan Hardesty, Executive Director.

    Support for this exhibition and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the
    Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

    Opening Reception: October 2nd, 2024

    Gallery talk with artist Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnitzer in association with INTERCHANGE faculty performance event: October 17th, 7:30pm

    SOAAD Capstone Exhibition III
    SOAAD Capstone Exhibition III
    All Day
    at Fine Arts Gallery

    Capstone exhibitions showcase the artwork of seniors completing their Bachelor of Fine Arts degrees. Using various disciplines and materials, the students exhibit their individual styles and conceptual abilities.

    Opening Reception: November 13, 2024 5pm - 7:30pm

    +3
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

    Buy Tickets
    KSU University Band & KSU Wind Symphony
    KSU University Band & KSU Wind Symphony
    7:30pm
    at Bailey Performance Center, Morgan Hall

    Bands & Percussion Series. Enjoy performances by the KSU University Band and KSU Wind Symphony  under the direction of Bailey School of Music faculty.

    KSU University Band & KSU Wind Symphony
    KSU University Band & KSU Wind Symphony
    7:30pm
    at Bailey Performance Center, Morgan Hall

    Bands & Percussion Series. Enjoy performances by the KSU University Band and KSU Wind Symphony  under the direction of Bailey School of Music faculty.

  • 19
    Tuesday
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

    Buy Tickets
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation presents a sweeping survey of over 35 objects spanning 15 years. The exhibition includes prints, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and video. Born in Colorado in 1972, Jeffrey Gibson is of Cherokee heritage and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. His vibrant work is a call for Indigenous empowerment as well as queer visibility. Gibson has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Gibson is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale 2024—the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition in the American Pavilion. This traveling exhibition is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Washington State University and is curated by Ryan Hardesty, Executive Director.

    Support for this exhibition and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the
    Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

    Opening Reception: October 2nd, 2024

    Gallery talk with artist Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnitzer in association with INTERCHANGE faculty performance event: October 17th, 7:30pm

    +3
    SOAAD Capstone Exhibition III
    SOAAD Capstone Exhibition III
    All Day
    at Fine Arts Gallery

    Capstone exhibitions showcase the artwork of seniors completing their Bachelor of Fine Arts degrees. Using various disciplines and materials, the students exhibit their individual styles and conceptual abilities.

    Opening Reception: November 13, 2024 5pm - 7:30pm

    Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
    Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
    10:00am
    at Fine Arts Gallery

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art’s 2024 Art Educators Biennial, Playful Encounters, considers how art can be about play and the myriad ways artist-educators engage artmaking for enjoyment and recreation. Play carries the imagination to unexpected destinations and supports unbridled generative work.

    Opening Reception: September 7th, 2024

    KSU Jazz Ensembles II & III
    KSU Jazz Ensembles II & III
    7:30pm
    at Bailey Performance Center, Morgan Hall

    Jazz Series. Enjoy performances by KSU Jazz Ensembles II & III led by Bailey School of Music faculty.

  • 20
    Wednesday
    SOAAD Capstone Exhibition III
    SOAAD Capstone Exhibition III
    All Day
    at Fine Arts Gallery

    Capstone exhibitions showcase the artwork of seniors completing their Bachelor of Fine Arts degrees. Using various disciplines and materials, the students exhibit their individual styles and conceptual abilities.

    Opening Reception: November 13, 2024 5pm - 7:30pm

    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

    Buy Tickets
    +4
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation presents a sweeping survey of over 35 objects spanning 15 years. The exhibition includes prints, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and video. Born in Colorado in 1972, Jeffrey Gibson is of Cherokee heritage and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. His vibrant work is a call for Indigenous empowerment as well as queer visibility. Gibson has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Gibson is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale 2024—the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition in the American Pavilion. This traveling exhibition is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Washington State University and is curated by Ryan Hardesty, Executive Director.

    Support for this exhibition and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the
    Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

    Opening Reception: October 2nd, 2024

    Gallery talk with artist Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnitzer in association with INTERCHANGE faculty performance event: October 17th, 7:30pm

    KSU Symphony Orchestra
    KSU Symphony Orchestra
    All Day
    at Bailey Performance Center, Morgan Hall

    Orchestras Series. Enjoy a performance by the KSU Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Bailey School of Music Director of Orchestral Studies Nathaniel F. Parker.

    Fall 2024 COTA Council for Undergraduate Research Symposium of Student Scholars
    Fall 2024 COTA Council for Undergraduate Research Symposium of Student Scholars
    9:00am
    at Marietta Campus

    Come join our College of the Arts students presenting at the Fall Symposium of Student Scholars showcases research.

    Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
    Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
    10:00am
    at Fine Arts Gallery

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art’s 2024 Art Educators Biennial, Playful Encounters, considers how art can be about play and the myriad ways artist-educators engage artmaking for enjoyment and recreation. Play carries the imagination to unexpected destinations and supports unbridled generative work.

    Opening Reception: September 7th, 2024

  • 21
    Thursday
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

    Buy Tickets
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation presents a sweeping survey of over 35 objects spanning 15 years. The exhibition includes prints, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and video. Born in Colorado in 1972, Jeffrey Gibson is of Cherokee heritage and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. His vibrant work is a call for Indigenous empowerment as well as queer visibility. Gibson has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Gibson is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale 2024—the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition in the American Pavilion. This traveling exhibition is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Washington State University and is curated by Ryan Hardesty, Executive Director.

    Support for this exhibition and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the
    Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

    Opening Reception: October 2nd, 2024

    Gallery talk with artist Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnitzer in association with INTERCHANGE faculty performance event: October 17th, 7:30pm

    +4
    SOAAD Capstone Exhibition III
    SOAAD Capstone Exhibition III
    All Day
    at Fine Arts Gallery

    Capstone exhibitions showcase the artwork of seniors completing their Bachelor of Fine Arts degrees. Using various disciplines and materials, the students exhibit their individual styles and conceptual abilities.

    Opening Reception: November 13, 2024 5pm - 7:30pm

    Fall 2024 COTA Council for Undergraduate Research Symposium of Student Scholars
    Fall 2024 COTA Council for Undergraduate Research Symposium of Student Scholars
    9:00am
    at Marietta Campus

    Come join our College of the Arts students presenting at the Fall Symposium of Student Scholars showcases research.

    Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
    Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
    10:00am
    at Fine Arts Gallery

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art’s 2024 Art Educators Biennial, Playful Encounters, considers how art can be about play and the myriad ways artist-educators engage artmaking for enjoyment and recreation. Play carries the imagination to unexpected destinations and supports unbridled generative work.

    Opening Reception: September 7th, 2024

    KSU Brass Ensembles
    KSU Brass Ensembles
    7:30pm
    at Bailey Performance Center, Morgan Hall

    Chamber Music Series. Enjoy an evening of performances by Bailey School of Music student brass ensembles.

  • 22
    Friday
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

    Buy Tickets
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation presents a sweeping survey of over 35 objects spanning 15 years. The exhibition includes prints, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and video. Born in Colorado in 1972, Jeffrey Gibson is of Cherokee heritage and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. His vibrant work is a call for Indigenous empowerment as well as queer visibility. Gibson has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Gibson is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale 2024—the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition in the American Pavilion. This traveling exhibition is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Washington State University and is curated by Ryan Hardesty, Executive Director.

    Support for this exhibition and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the
    Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

    Opening Reception: October 2nd, 2024

    Gallery talk with artist Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnitzer in association with INTERCHANGE faculty performance event: October 17th, 7:30pm

    +4
    SOAAD Capstone Exhibition III
    SOAAD Capstone Exhibition III
    All Day
    at Fine Arts Gallery

    Capstone exhibitions showcase the artwork of seniors completing their Bachelor of Fine Arts degrees. Using various disciplines and materials, the students exhibit their individual styles and conceptual abilities.

    Opening Reception: November 13, 2024 5pm - 7:30pm

    Fall 2024 COTA Council for Undergraduate Research Symposium of Student Scholars
    Fall 2024 COTA Council for Undergraduate Research Symposium of Student Scholars
    9:00am
    at Marietta Campus

    Come join our College of the Arts students presenting at the Fall Symposium of Student Scholars showcases research.

    Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
    Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
    10:00am
    at Fine Arts Gallery

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art’s 2024 Art Educators Biennial, Playful Encounters, considers how art can be about play and the myriad ways artist-educators engage artmaking for enjoyment and recreation. Play carries the imagination to unexpected destinations and supports unbridled generative work.

    Opening Reception: September 7th, 2024

    Opossum and the Season Stone
    Opossum and the Season Stone
    10:30am
    at Swift Cantrell Park

    Live cello melodies enhance this multisensory, immersive adventure through the Children’s Forest at Swift-Cantrell Park. Crafted by KSU students, faculty, and local artists to explore nature’s rhythms, Opossum and the Season Stone is designed for children ages 0-8 and their caregivers. Presented in collaboration with KSU’s Department of Theatre and Performance Studies; Smith Gilbert Gardens, City of Kennesaw Botanical Garden; and the City of Kennesaw Parks and Recreation Department. Costumes created in partnership with KSU School of Art and Design’s Textiles program.

  • 23
    Saturday
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

    Buy Tickets
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation presents a sweeping survey of over 35 objects spanning 15 years. The exhibition includes prints, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and video. Born in Colorado in 1972, Jeffrey Gibson is of Cherokee heritage and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. His vibrant work is a call for Indigenous empowerment as well as queer visibility. Gibson has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Gibson is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale 2024—the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition in the American Pavilion. This traveling exhibition is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Washington State University and is curated by Ryan Hardesty, Executive Director.

    Support for this exhibition and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the
    Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

    Opening Reception: October 2nd, 2024

    Gallery talk with artist Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnitzer in association with INTERCHANGE faculty performance event: October 17th, 7:30pm

    +4
    SOAAD Capstone Exhibition III
    SOAAD Capstone Exhibition III
    All Day
    at Fine Arts Gallery

    Capstone exhibitions showcase the artwork of seniors completing their Bachelor of Fine Arts degrees. Using various disciplines and materials, the students exhibit their individual styles and conceptual abilities.

    Opening Reception: November 13, 2024 5pm - 7:30pm

    Opossum and the Season Stone
    Opossum and the Season Stone
    10:30am
    at Swift Cantrell Park

    Live cello melodies enhance this multisensory, immersive adventure through the Children’s Forest at Swift-Cantrell Park. Crafted by KSU students, faculty, and local artists to explore nature’s rhythms, Opossum and the Season Stone is designed for children ages 0-8 and their caregivers. Presented in collaboration with KSU’s Department of Theatre and Performance Studies; Smith Gilbert Gardens, City of Kennesaw Botanical Garden; and the City of Kennesaw Parks and Recreation Department. Costumes created in partnership with KSU School of Art and Design’s Textiles program.

    Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
    Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
    12:00pm
    at Fine Arts Gallery

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art’s 2024 Art Educators Biennial, Playful Encounters, considers how art can be about play and the myriad ways artist-educators engage artmaking for enjoyment and recreation. Play carries the imagination to unexpected destinations and supports unbridled generative work.

    Opening Reception: September 7th, 2024

    Opossum and the Season Stone
    Opossum and the Season Stone
    1:00pm
    at Swift Cantrell Park

    Live cello melodies enhance this multisensory, immersive adventure through the Children’s Forest at Swift-Cantrell Park. Crafted by KSU students, faculty, and local artists to explore nature’s rhythms, Opossum and the Season Stone is designed for children ages 0-8 and their caregivers. Presented in collaboration with KSU’s Department of Theatre and Performance Studies; Smith Gilbert Gardens, City of Kennesaw Botanical Garden; and the City of Kennesaw Parks and Recreation Department. Costumes created in partnership with KSU School of Art and Design’s Textiles program.

  • 24
    Sunday
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation presents a sweeping survey of over 35 objects spanning 15 years. The exhibition includes prints, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and video. Born in Colorado in 1972, Jeffrey Gibson is of Cherokee heritage and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. His vibrant work is a call for Indigenous empowerment as well as queer visibility. Gibson has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Gibson is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale 2024—the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition in the American Pavilion. This traveling exhibition is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Washington State University and is curated by Ryan Hardesty, Executive Director.

    Support for this exhibition and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the
    Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

    Opening Reception: October 2nd, 2024

    Gallery talk with artist Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnitzer in association with INTERCHANGE faculty performance event: October 17th, 7:30pm

    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

    Buy Tickets
    +1
    SOAAD Capstone Exhibition III
    SOAAD Capstone Exhibition III
    All Day
    at Fine Arts Gallery

    Capstone exhibitions showcase the artwork of seniors completing their Bachelor of Fine Arts degrees. Using various disciplines and materials, the students exhibit their individual styles and conceptual abilities.

    Opening Reception: November 13, 2024 5pm - 7:30pm

  • 25
    Monday
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

    Buy Tickets
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation presents a sweeping survey of over 35 objects spanning 15 years. The exhibition includes prints, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and video. Born in Colorado in 1972, Jeffrey Gibson is of Cherokee heritage and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. His vibrant work is a call for Indigenous empowerment as well as queer visibility. Gibson has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Gibson is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale 2024—the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition in the American Pavilion. This traveling exhibition is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Washington State University and is curated by Ryan Hardesty, Executive Director.

    Support for this exhibition and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the
    Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

    Opening Reception: October 2nd, 2024

    Gallery talk with artist Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnitzer in association with INTERCHANGE faculty performance event: October 17th, 7:30pm

    +1
    SOAAD Capstone Exhibition III
    SOAAD Capstone Exhibition III
    All Day
    at Fine Arts Gallery

    Capstone exhibitions showcase the artwork of seniors completing their Bachelor of Fine Arts degrees. Using various disciplines and materials, the students exhibit their individual styles and conceptual abilities.

    Opening Reception: November 13, 2024 5pm - 7:30pm

  • 26
    Tuesday
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

    Buy Tickets
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation presents a sweeping survey of over 35 objects spanning 15 years. The exhibition includes prints, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and video. Born in Colorado in 1972, Jeffrey Gibson is of Cherokee heritage and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. His vibrant work is a call for Indigenous empowerment as well as queer visibility. Gibson has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Gibson is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale 2024—the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition in the American Pavilion. This traveling exhibition is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Washington State University and is curated by Ryan Hardesty, Executive Director.

    Support for this exhibition and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the
    Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

    Opening Reception: October 2nd, 2024

    Gallery talk with artist Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnitzer in association with INTERCHANGE faculty performance event: October 17th, 7:30pm

    +2
    SOAAD Capstone Exhibition III
    SOAAD Capstone Exhibition III
    All Day
    at Fine Arts Gallery

    Capstone exhibitions showcase the artwork of seniors completing their Bachelor of Fine Arts degrees. Using various disciplines and materials, the students exhibit their individual styles and conceptual abilities.

    Opening Reception: November 13, 2024 5pm - 7:30pm

    Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
    Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
    10:00am
    at Fine Arts Gallery

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art’s 2024 Art Educators Biennial, Playful Encounters, considers how art can be about play and the myriad ways artist-educators engage artmaking for enjoyment and recreation. Play carries the imagination to unexpected destinations and supports unbridled generative work.

    Opening Reception: September 7th, 2024

  • 27
    Wednesday
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

    Buy Tickets
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation presents a sweeping survey of over 35 objects spanning 15 years. The exhibition includes prints, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and video. Born in Colorado in 1972, Jeffrey Gibson is of Cherokee heritage and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. His vibrant work is a call for Indigenous empowerment as well as queer visibility. Gibson has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Gibson is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale 2024—the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition in the American Pavilion. This traveling exhibition is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Washington State University and is curated by Ryan Hardesty, Executive Director.

    Support for this exhibition and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the
    Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

    Opening Reception: October 2nd, 2024

    Gallery talk with artist Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnitzer in association with INTERCHANGE faculty performance event: October 17th, 7:30pm

    +2
    SOAAD Capstone Exhibition III
    SOAAD Capstone Exhibition III
    All Day
    at Fine Arts Gallery

    Capstone exhibitions showcase the artwork of seniors completing their Bachelor of Fine Arts degrees. Using various disciplines and materials, the students exhibit their individual styles and conceptual abilities.

    Opening Reception: November 13, 2024 5pm - 7:30pm

    Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
    Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
    10:00am
    at Fine Arts Gallery

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art’s 2024 Art Educators Biennial, Playful Encounters, considers how art can be about play and the myriad ways artist-educators engage artmaking for enjoyment and recreation. Play carries the imagination to unexpected destinations and supports unbridled generative work.

    Opening Reception: September 7th, 2024

  • 28
    Thursday
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

    Buy Tickets
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation presents a sweeping survey of over 35 objects spanning 15 years. The exhibition includes prints, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and video. Born in Colorado in 1972, Jeffrey Gibson is of Cherokee heritage and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. His vibrant work is a call for Indigenous empowerment as well as queer visibility. Gibson has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Gibson is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale 2024—the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition in the American Pavilion. This traveling exhibition is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Washington State University and is curated by Ryan Hardesty, Executive Director.

    Support for this exhibition and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the
    Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

    Opening Reception: October 2nd, 2024

    Gallery talk with artist Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnitzer in association with INTERCHANGE faculty performance event: October 17th, 7:30pm

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    SOAAD Capstone Exhibition III
    SOAAD Capstone Exhibition III
    All Day
    at Fine Arts Gallery

    Capstone exhibitions showcase the artwork of seniors completing their Bachelor of Fine Arts degrees. Using various disciplines and materials, the students exhibit their individual styles and conceptual abilities.

    Opening Reception: November 13, 2024 5pm - 7:30pm

    Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
    Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
    10:00am
    at Fine Arts Gallery

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art’s 2024 Art Educators Biennial, Playful Encounters, considers how art can be about play and the myriad ways artist-educators engage artmaking for enjoyment and recreation. Play carries the imagination to unexpected destinations and supports unbridled generative work.

    Opening Reception: September 7th, 2024

  • 29
    Friday
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

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    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation presents a sweeping survey of over 35 objects spanning 15 years. The exhibition includes prints, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and video. Born in Colorado in 1972, Jeffrey Gibson is of Cherokee heritage and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. His vibrant work is a call for Indigenous empowerment as well as queer visibility. Gibson has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Gibson is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale 2024—the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition in the American Pavilion. This traveling exhibition is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Washington State University and is curated by Ryan Hardesty, Executive Director.

    Support for this exhibition and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the
    Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

    Opening Reception: October 2nd, 2024

    Gallery talk with artist Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnitzer in association with INTERCHANGE faculty performance event: October 17th, 7:30pm

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    SOAAD Capstone Exhibition III
    SOAAD Capstone Exhibition III
    All Day
    at Fine Arts Gallery

    Capstone exhibitions showcase the artwork of seniors completing their Bachelor of Fine Arts degrees. Using various disciplines and materials, the students exhibit their individual styles and conceptual abilities.

    Opening Reception: November 13, 2024 5pm - 7:30pm

    Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
    Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
    10:00am
    at Fine Arts Gallery

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art’s 2024 Art Educators Biennial, Playful Encounters, considers how art can be about play and the myriad ways artist-educators engage artmaking for enjoyment and recreation. Play carries the imagination to unexpected destinations and supports unbridled generative work.

    Opening Reception: September 7th, 2024

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    Saturday
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

    Buy Tickets
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
    All Day
    at Zuckerman Museum of Art

    Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation presents a sweeping survey of over 35 objects spanning 15 years. The exhibition includes prints, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and video. Born in Colorado in 1972, Jeffrey Gibson is of Cherokee heritage and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. His vibrant work is a call for Indigenous empowerment as well as queer visibility. Gibson has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Gibson is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale 2024—the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition in the American Pavilion. This traveling exhibition is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Washington State University and is curated by Ryan Hardesty, Executive Director.

    Support for this exhibition and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the
    Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

    Opening Reception: October 2nd, 2024

    Gallery talk with artist Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnitzer in association with INTERCHANGE faculty performance event: October 17th, 7:30pm

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    SOAAD Capstone Exhibition III
    SOAAD Capstone Exhibition III
    All Day
    at Fine Arts Gallery

    Capstone exhibitions showcase the artwork of seniors completing their Bachelor of Fine Arts degrees. Using various disciplines and materials, the students exhibit their individual styles and conceptual abilities.

    Opening Reception: November 13, 2024 5pm - 7:30pm

    Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
    Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
    12:00pm
    at Fine Arts Gallery

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art’s 2024 Art Educators Biennial, Playful Encounters, considers how art can be about play and the myriad ways artist-educators engage artmaking for enjoyment and recreation. Play carries the imagination to unexpected destinations and supports unbridled generative work.

    Opening Reception: September 7th, 2024

December 2024

  • Sunday
  • Monday
  • Tuesday
  • Wednesday
  • Thursday
  • Friday
  • Saturday
    • 1
      Sunday
      Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
      Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
      All Day
      at Zuckerman Museum of Art

      The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

      Buy Tickets
      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
      All Day
      at Zuckerman Museum of Art

      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation presents a sweeping survey of over 35 objects spanning 15 years. The exhibition includes prints, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and video. Born in Colorado in 1972, Jeffrey Gibson is of Cherokee heritage and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. His vibrant work is a call for Indigenous empowerment as well as queer visibility. Gibson has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Gibson is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale 2024—the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition in the American Pavilion. This traveling exhibition is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Washington State University and is curated by Ryan Hardesty, Executive Director.

      Support for this exhibition and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the
      Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

      Opening Reception: October 2nd, 2024

      Gallery talk with artist Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnitzer in association with INTERCHANGE faculty performance event: October 17th, 7:30pm

    • 2
      Monday
      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
      All Day
      at Zuckerman Museum of Art

      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation presents a sweeping survey of over 35 objects spanning 15 years. The exhibition includes prints, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and video. Born in Colorado in 1972, Jeffrey Gibson is of Cherokee heritage and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. His vibrant work is a call for Indigenous empowerment as well as queer visibility. Gibson has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Gibson is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale 2024—the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition in the American Pavilion. This traveling exhibition is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Washington State University and is curated by Ryan Hardesty, Executive Director.

      Support for this exhibition and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the
      Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

      Opening Reception: October 2nd, 2024

      Gallery talk with artist Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnitzer in association with INTERCHANGE faculty performance event: October 17th, 7:30pm

      Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
      Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
      All Day
      at Zuckerman Museum of Art

      The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

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      KSU Percussion Ensemble
      KSU Percussion Ensemble
      7:30pm
      at Bailey Performance Center, Morgan Hall

      Bands & Percussion Series. Enjoy a performance by the KSU Percussion Ensemble under the direction of Bailey School of Music Director of Percussion Studies John Lawless.

    • 3
      Tuesday
      Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
      Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
      All Day
      at Zuckerman Museum of Art

      The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

      Buy Tickets
      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
      All Day
      at Zuckerman Museum of Art

      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation presents a sweeping survey of over 35 objects spanning 15 years. The exhibition includes prints, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and video. Born in Colorado in 1972, Jeffrey Gibson is of Cherokee heritage and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. His vibrant work is a call for Indigenous empowerment as well as queer visibility. Gibson has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Gibson is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale 2024—the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition in the American Pavilion. This traveling exhibition is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Washington State University and is curated by Ryan Hardesty, Executive Director.

      Support for this exhibition and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the
      Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

      Opening Reception: October 2nd, 2024

      Gallery talk with artist Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnitzer in association with INTERCHANGE faculty performance event: October 17th, 7:30pm

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      Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
      Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
      10:00am
      at Fine Arts Gallery

      The Zuckerman Museum of Art’s 2024 Art Educators Biennial, Playful Encounters, considers how art can be about play and the myriad ways artist-educators engage artmaking for enjoyment and recreation. Play carries the imagination to unexpected destinations and supports unbridled generative work.

      Opening Reception: September 7th, 2024

    • 4
      Wednesday
      Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
      Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
      All Day
      at Zuckerman Museum of Art

      The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

      Buy Tickets
      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
      All Day
      at Zuckerman Museum of Art

      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation presents a sweeping survey of over 35 objects spanning 15 years. The exhibition includes prints, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and video. Born in Colorado in 1972, Jeffrey Gibson is of Cherokee heritage and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. His vibrant work is a call for Indigenous empowerment as well as queer visibility. Gibson has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Gibson is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale 2024—the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition in the American Pavilion. This traveling exhibition is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Washington State University and is curated by Ryan Hardesty, Executive Director.

      Support for this exhibition and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the
      Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

      Opening Reception: October 2nd, 2024

      Gallery talk with artist Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnitzer in association with INTERCHANGE faculty performance event: October 17th, 7:30pm

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      Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
      Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
      10:00am
      at Fine Arts Gallery

      The Zuckerman Museum of Art’s 2024 Art Educators Biennial, Playful Encounters, considers how art can be about play and the myriad ways artist-educators engage artmaking for enjoyment and recreation. Play carries the imagination to unexpected destinations and supports unbridled generative work.

      Opening Reception: September 7th, 2024

    • 5
      Thursday
      Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
      Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
      All Day
      at Zuckerman Museum of Art

      The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

      Buy Tickets
      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
      All Day
      at Zuckerman Museum of Art

      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation presents a sweeping survey of over 35 objects spanning 15 years. The exhibition includes prints, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and video. Born in Colorado in 1972, Jeffrey Gibson is of Cherokee heritage and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. His vibrant work is a call for Indigenous empowerment as well as queer visibility. Gibson has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Gibson is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale 2024—the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition in the American Pavilion. This traveling exhibition is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Washington State University and is curated by Ryan Hardesty, Executive Director.

      Support for this exhibition and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the
      Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

      Opening Reception: October 2nd, 2024

      Gallery talk with artist Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnitzer in association with INTERCHANGE faculty performance event: October 17th, 7:30pm

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      Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
      Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
      10:00am
      at Fine Arts Gallery

      The Zuckerman Museum of Art’s 2024 Art Educators Biennial, Playful Encounters, considers how art can be about play and the myriad ways artist-educators engage artmaking for enjoyment and recreation. Play carries the imagination to unexpected destinations and supports unbridled generative work.

      Opening Reception: September 7th, 2024

      KSU Tellers Fall Showcase
      KSU Tellers Fall Showcase
      7:30pm
      at Onyx Theater

      The KSU Tellers invite you to join them as they present their best solo performances from the Fall semester. This event may not be suitable for audiences under the age of 16.

    • 6
      Friday
      Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
      Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
      All Day
      at Zuckerman Museum of Art

      The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

      Buy Tickets
      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
      All Day
      at Zuckerman Museum of Art

      Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation presents a sweeping survey of over 35 objects spanning 15 years. The exhibition includes prints, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and video. Born in Colorado in 1972, Jeffrey Gibson is of Cherokee heritage and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. His vibrant work is a call for Indigenous empowerment as well as queer visibility. Gibson has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Gibson is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale 2024—the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition in the American Pavilion. This traveling exhibition is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Washington State University and is curated by Ryan Hardesty, Executive Director.

      Support for this exhibition and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the
      Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

      Opening Reception: October 2nd, 2024

      Gallery talk with artist Jeffrey Gibson and collector Jordan Schnitzer in association with INTERCHANGE faculty performance event: October 17th, 7:30pm

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      Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
      Art Educators Biennial: Playful Encounters
      10:00am
      at Fine Arts Gallery

      The Zuckerman Museum of Art’s 2024 Art Educators Biennial, Playful Encounters, considers how art can be about play and the myriad ways artist-educators engage artmaking for enjoyment and recreation. Play carries the imagination to unexpected destinations and supports unbridled generative work.

      Opening Reception: September 7th, 2024

      Holiday Artist Market
      Holiday Artist Market
      3:00pm
      at Visual Arts Building

      Come visit the Visual Arts Building on the Kennesaw campus and explore the beautiful artwork for sale by our talented students.

      KSU Tellers Fall Showcase
      KSU Tellers Fall Showcase
      8:00pm
      at Onyx Theater

      The KSU Tellers invite you to join them as they present their best solo performances from the Fall semester. This event may not be suitable for audiences under the age of 16.

    • 7
      Saturday
      ZMA Project Wall East
      ZMA Project Wall East
      All Day
      at Zuckerman Museum of Art
      Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
      Cherokee Printing: Then and Now
      All Day
      at Zuckerman Museum of Art

      The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to feature a careful selection of archival materials and artist books from the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s Cherokee Collection. Historical works on view include a Cherokee Hymn Book, circa 1940; a New Testament of the Holy Bible translated into the Cherokee language, 1860; and a copy of Cherokee Phoenix and Indians’ Advocate, 1830; among others. Also included is a contemporary artist book by Frank Brannon from 2005 as well as several examples of his prints of the Cherokee syllabary.

      Buy Tickets
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