Events by Region
July 3 - August 1, 2015
A group exhibition focusing on constructions of identity amid an imagined post-apocalyptic cultural landscape, including works by artist Dwayne Carter, Mona Kasra, Randall Garrett, Michael A. Morris, Colette Copeland, Thor Johnson, Patrick Murphy, Mitch Gellar, Ren Rowland, Patrick Patterson-Carroll, and Jeff Parrott, included are French artists Quintin Rivera-Toro, Clorinde Durand, Le Gentil Garcon, Eric Dizambourg, Philippe Astorg.
June 6 - July 18, 2015
A group exhibition in which six artists explore the structures of a diversity of animal architects including birds, spiders, corals, ants and mollusks. Features work by Calder Kamin, Monica Kortsha, Annell Livingston, Marjorie Moore, Courtney Mattison, and Walter Tschinkel.
May 28 - August 30, 2015
"During his 1999 Artpace residency Marclay created Guitar Drag, a 14-minute video depicting a pickup truck dragging an amplified, electric guitar tied by a rope across a Texas roadway to its aggressive destruction. This performance piece was created partly in response to the 1998 murder of 49-year-old James Byrd, Jr. of Jasper, TX by three white supremacists. Sixteen years after its initial making, Artpace will proudly present the completed version of Marclay’s film."
June 20 - August 22, 2015
An exhibition featuring thirty-one works by artist and filmmaker James Benning, each dedicated to a particular friend. The works will be given to the friends at the show's closing reception, which will also feature the launch for a new related publication by Benning. Special screenings of Benning’s two newest films will be held at the Crowley Theater.
March 28 - July 25, 2015
An exhibition of John James Audubon’s influential depictions of North American birds and animals in their typical gestures and natural environments–including pastels, engravings, lithographs, printed books, and manuscripts from the Stark Museum’s collection.
June 11 - August 7, 2015
An exhibition and 3-day conference including work, demonstrations, and talks by ceramic artists, Tom Belden (Central Arizona College) and Gary Greenberg (Clarion University of Pennsylvania.)