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Art Exhibitions

Stevenson University’s Exhibitions Program is dedicated to advancing knowledge and fostering understanding in the visual arts through a wide and varied series of exhibitions and educational programs. Stevenson's three museum-quality gallery spaces, including the Art Gallery and St. Paul Companies Pavilion on the Greenspring Campus, and the School of Design Gallery on the Owings Mills North Campus, provide significant venues for artists and art patrons in the region and offers opportunities for students, artists, and the community to see established and emerging talents, learn through gallery talks and lectures, and celebrate the arts at music-filled receptions. Admission to the galleries is free and open to all.

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On View: January 22-June 22, 2018
Where: Greenspring Art Gallery, Greenspring Campus

All qualities are made up of vibrations. Those vibrations then dictate how we label ourselves and all we encounter–how we interact with the world. The intellect sorts our experience of those vibrations into dichotomies. But our dichotomies are not rigid: each quality inhabits a semantic field with three other components, not just one alternative. Rohini Ralby’s paintings, which consist of four panels each, depict the vibrations of each component in a given fourchotomy; for this reason, the paintings are called foursquares.

Exhibition presented in collaboration with the School of Design Our Many Ways of Being Collective.

The Pain and Power of Intersecting Identities

On View: January 20 - December 9, 2018
Where: Manning Academic Center Creative Lounge, Owings Mills North Campus

Kimberlé Crenshaw in her 2015 Washington Post opinion piece described intersectionality as "…Vulnerabilities that reflect the intersections of racism, sexism, class oppression, transphobia, able-ism, and more."

This exhibition showcases the results of students’ explorations and examinations of their identities, and how the intersections of these identities impact their lives. Many of the photos represent identities that are seldom reflected in the media. Through the lens of reflective photography, and critical writing practice, students reveal and process both the power and the pain that lie at their identity intersections.

Visual Communication Design Senior Capstone

On View: May 4–August 1, 2018
Where: Manning Academic Center Gallery, Owings Mills North Campus  

The annual exhibition of work from the Senior Capstone class showcases the talents of graduating visual communication design majors who conceive, design, produce, and install individual projects for the show as a culmination of their Stevenson academic experience. A joint reception will be held celebrating the achievements of the graduating Visual Communication Design and Film and Moving Image students.

Film and Moving Image Coming Attractions

On View Until June 17, 2018
Where: School of Design Gallery

Original movie posters designed by graduating film and moving Image students will be on display in anticipation of the annual Film and Moving Image Senior Showcase. A joint reception will be held celebrating the achievements of the graduating Visual Communication Design and Film and Moving Image students.

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