Sculptures and sound/video works by Nicolle LaMere, S. Harrison Brooks, Jon Whitfill, Ian F. Thomas, Sharon Massey, Ryder Richards, Eli Gold, Chad Plunket, Sean Hamilton, Leah Mackin, Maise Marie Alford, Victoria Marie Bee, Eli Blasko, Efren Marrufo, and Jesse Morgan Barnett.
This initiative is "an ongoing project by Eli Blasko that brings artists together on a national level to exhibit outdoor works made from both conventional and unconventional materials in an interim setting."
The works run from through the Louise Hopkins Underwood Center for the Arts and Charles Adams Studio Project campuses; from Avenue L to Texas Avenue (east to west) and from 4th Street to Mac Davis Lane (north to south).
The artist on her work: "This projects deals with issues of Buddhist doctrine and the multifaceted aspects of Buddhism conveyed by means of layering conceptual content and symbolism through several techniques…My works are flat and contain with a variety of traditional and contemporary media—from Chinese calligraphic brush strokes to digital design."
An exhibition featuring photographs of objects confiscated by US Border Patrol. "n this series, banal personal effects become representative of precious belongings chosen for a journey that is dangerous and unsuccessful for many."
Very loosely tying into the museum’s focus on wildlife and hunting, this exhibition is set up as a fashion hunter’s dream, including hundreds of accessories, as well as some complete outfits, historic fashion photos, and interactive kiosks–all illustrating the art of accessorizing from the 1850s to the present.
This exhibition will focus "on Utter’s best-known period, the 1950s and 1960s, as well as his lesser-known but exemplary prints. The exhibition will be the first significant retrospective of the artist’s work since 1985."