Future Exhibits


Status: Fluid/Dynamic, works by Jason Myers

May 10 – September 1, 2019

East Gallery 

Jason Myers is a prolific multi-disciplinary American artist with studios in Indiana and the Netherlands. Myers received his bachelor’s degree from the Kansas City Art Institute and his MFA from American University.

Myers has built upon his rich experience in different media, many of which he has taught at University level, and combined this experience with consistent evolution of both his style and technique. This resulted in a unique combination of traditional artistic and industrial raw materials in his current work – work in which technology is married to economics and the feeling of utter alienation haunts the figures populating the works. His artwork invites the use of such materials as steel, resin and computer generated prints. Complex, layered and exquisitely executed, Myers’ work often questions our current political and socioeconomic environment.

Forgoing the “typical trajectory” perhaps expected from modern-day artists -- a Brooklyn studio, numerous assistants – Myers instead opts for solitary path. The majority of the work he creates takes a year to complete from its conception. Myers’ determination and dedication to his art is captivating, leaving lasting impressions on its viewers.  

With works exhibited across the United States and abroad, Myers’ acclaim has only grown in the past several years. The artist's first solo museum exhibit, "STATUS: fluid/dynamic", took place at The Polk Museum of Florida in 2017. This solo exhibit will travel to the Art Museum of Greater Lafayette in 2019. During the summer of 2018, Myers was selected to create a monumental (60-foot tall, 38-ton) sculpture for the Lowlands Music Festival (Netherlands). His works are in the permanent collection of several museums, including the IMA (Indianapolis Museum of Art).  In addition, individual works have been included in museum exhibitions including: The Mint Museum (North Carolina, 2018-19), Museum de Fundatie / Kasteel het Nijenhuis (Netherlands, 2018), and the Cornell Museum (Florida, 2016).

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Discovery Through Brush & Lens: NICHES Land Trust

May 10 – September 1, 2019

McDonald Gallery

The Discovery Through Brush and Lens (DTBL) project is a collaboration of four professional artists to paint and photograph most of the 40+ NICHES (Northern Indiana Citizens Helping Ecosystems Survive) Land Trust properties located in North Central Indiana. NICHES Land Trust protects, restores and sustains Northern Indiana’s ecosystems by providing habitat for native species and offering natural places for the education, appreciation and enjoyment of current and future generations.

The artists – Dan Annarino, Rena Brouwer, Terry Lacy and Alan McConnell – have been painting and photographing the Indiana landscape for many years, as well as hiking and enjoying the various NICHES properties. During the project they will collaborate at the NICHES property sites, as well as doing studio work, to create a body of artwork based on their interpretations and personal experiences. The four artists’ styles and techniques are quite different and mediums will include watercolor, oil, paper-pulp paintings, digital work and large-format photography.

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Black American Voices: Featuring the Zamora Collection

 September 20 – December 1, 2019

East Gallery

The exhibition, Black American Voices, is based on the book of the same name that features The Antonio & Betty Zamora Collection of African Art in juxtaposition to photographs of Black Americans and a narrative that is the result of conversations and interviews that Joe Barry Carroll had with family, friends, and others.Selected works from the Zamora Collection with be displayed in combination with excerpts from the book to explore the wonderful history within the artwork and the amazing cultural narratives of those who shared their life story.


My View From Seven Feet: Paintings by Joe Barry Carroll

September 20 – December 1, 2019

McDonald Gallery

Joe Barry Carroll began painting in his home studio several years ago.  In that time he has quickly amassed a series of work that explore his roots and perspective.  Carroll uses paintings to tell stories.  These stories have explored the people who have guided him, the places he has encountered, his experience growing up in the American south, and his travels in during his professional career in the NBA.