Convergence: Works by AAC’s Resident Artists

On View: January 12 - March 30, 2019

Wyatt Resident Artists Gallery

Featuring a diverse selection of works by AAC’s twelve resident artists, Convergence: Works by AAC’s Resident Artists examines the current trajectories of these artists, while surveying the collective output of AAC’s creative community. Reflecting the creative dialogue that characterizes AAC’s residency program, this exhibition presents work in a broad array of media, from sculptural assemblage to photographs to paintings. Despite the multiplicity of approaches, the works are connected by a shared interest in time and memory, personal and cultural history, and material transformation. From sculptural works based on memories of the urban landscape, to photographs exploring absence and presence, to paintings addressing cultural appropriation, this exhibit offers an overview of the processes and themes embraced by AAC’s talented artistic community.

Featured artists include AAC’s ten long-term and two short-term resident artists: Negar Ahkami, Michèle Colburn, Roxana Alger Geffen, Sarah Hardesty, Stephanie Lane, Marissa Long, Ryan McCoy, Olivia Tripp Morrow, Jen Noone, Jung Min Park, Austin Shull, and Dawn Whitmore.


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Opening Reception: February 9 / 6–9pm

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