Past exhibitions are listed in order for each academic year, beginning with the summer exhibition(s) prior to the fall semester of each year and continuing through the spring semester. Purchase an exhibition catalog
2012-2013: PORTFOLIO: Artists Work in Series; Civil War Era Drawings from the Becker Collection; Constructing Nature; Breach; we're all in this together; Robert Polidori: Selected Works; Bachelor of Arts Exhibition (BAX) 2013;
2011-2012: Liz Steketee: Family Album; Walter Burley Griffin and Marion Mahony Griffin in Iowa; From the Book Forest: Commercial Publishing in Late Imperial China; Chinese Propaganda Posters, 1949-1979; Bare Bones: Art as Social Satire; Sandow Birk's American Qur'an; Student Art Salon 2012; There's Something Happening Here; Jenny Holzer's Inflammatory Essays; 1966 Yearbook Project; Student Art Salon 2012
2010-2011: Bryan Drury: Feast; Harry Shearer: Silent Echo Chamber; Michael Van den Besselaar: Unconscious Optics; Mark Wagner: Face Value; Sandow Birk: American Qur'an; Laughing Matters: Soviet Propaganda in Khrushchev's Thaw, 1956-1964; Culturing Community: Projects About Place; Kind Favor, Kind Letter: Kate Carr, Tatiana Ginsberg, Lee Emma Running; Of Fables and Folly: Diane Victor, Recent Work; Ar(t)chive: American Art in Historical Context, 1930-1990; Women in Conflict; Student Art Salon 2011
2009-2010: Below the Surface; Small Expressions; Portrait of an Agrarian Place; Photographs by John Phillips; Molecules That Matter; Illumination; Repeat, Reveal, React: Identities in Flux; Influence; Matthew Kluber and John Simon Jr.: Hybrid Media; Young Pioneers: Lithographs from the Johnson-Horrigan Collection; Student Art Salon 2010
2008-2009:Works in Progress: Prints from Wildwood Press; The Return of the Yellow Peril: A Survey of the Work of Roger Shimomura, 1969-2004; Ukucwebezela: To Shine; Body/Image; A Constructed Balance: Photographs by Emily Grimes; Egazini Outreach Project; Letters to the North Pole; Animated Painting; Student Art Salon 2009
2007-2008: Felted/Woven/Embellished: Turkish Textiles from a Private Collection; Installations: Seven International Artists with Roots in Morrocco; Little Allende, America; Subject Space: Interiors from the Collection; "Where are you From?": Contemporary Art from Portugal.
2006-2007: Frank Breuer: Poles; Indigo Gives America the Blues; Angela Strassheim: Left Behind; Marco van Duyvendijk: Portraits from Asia; Piranesi and the City of Rome; Margaret Stratton: Neapolitan Cult of the Skull; Stories and Histories: Works from the Grinnell College Collection; Jill Davis Schrift: New Work.
2005-2006: Scandinavian Photography: Denmark; An Impressionist Eye: Painting and Sculpture from the Philip and Janice Levin Foundation; Hin: The Quiet Beauty of Japanese Bamboo Art; The Art of Structural Design: a Swiss Legacy; Alumni Artist Invitational.
2004-2005: Mark Lombardi: Global Networks; Danica Phelps: Writers Trade; Austin Thomas: Perches and Drawings; I Saw It: The Imagined Reality of Francisco Goya’s Disasters of War; William Kentridge Prints; Scandinavian Photography: Sweden; Bobbie McKibbin: Drawn West.
2003-2004: Master Quilts Past and Present: Preserving the Voice of America’s Quiltmakers; Phoebe Washburn: Heavy Has Debt; Balancing Act: Photographs by Meighan Gale; Roots of Renewal; John Wilson: A Retrospective; Alexei Titarenko: City of Shadows; Keith Achepohl: Gardens of Earth and Water.
2002-2003: California Painting 1910-1940: Selections from Mills College Art Museum; Aging Icons: Recent Work by Shimon Okshteyn; Italian Drawings and Prints from the Castelvecchio Museum, Verona; Positional Play: Joe Mancuso and James von Minor; Layers of Brazilian Art; Syncrisis and Resonance: New Work by Tony Crowley.
2001-2002: Energy Inside; Sandy Skoglund: Raining Popcorn; Estonian Art Since 1990; Iraqi Art and Literature Around the World; Walking a Tightrope: German Expressionist Printmaking 1904-1928; Works by Linda Schwarz.
2000-2001: Corot to Picasso: European Masterworks from the Smith College Museum of Art; Power of the Word; Patient Process; Will Pergl: Recent Sculpture.
1999-2000: Richard Cervene Memorial Exhibition; Re-Structure; American Spectrum: Masterworks of Painting and Sculpture from the Smith College Museum of Art; Ghost Dance: Photogravures by Edward Curtis. To receive occasional email announcements send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org