The museum staff plans and regularly mounts exhibitions in three buildings on the Ohio Wesleyan campus.

Ross Art Museum

January 17 – April 2, 2017 "Accumulated Errors" is an exhibition of sculpture by Carol Boram-Hays. A teacher at Columbus College of Art and Design, Boram-Hays uses metal remains reclaimed from industrial sites and casts them within concrete poured into forms, and then uses mason stains to color their surfaces. Go to www.carolboramhays.com for more information.

January 17 – April 2, 2017 "From One Thing to Another" by Louise Captein. Originally from the Netherlands, Captein teaches at Otterbein University. Her paintings are based on sketches that are paper collages. Each painting is an exact copy of the original collage and involves careful mixing of colors and meticulous application of thin layers of paint to create a smooth surface. www.otterbein.edu/public/About/Faculty/LouiseCaptein.aspx

 February 20 – June 2, 2017

"With Radical Love and Fierce Resistance" is an exhibition by Minneapolis-based artist Sam Gould that rebrands the museum as a site for questioning and collaboration in response to the division surrounding the recent North American election. Individuals and groups are invited to participate by hanging questions on the walls of the museum, reserving museum space to hold a conversation, or sharing audio recordings with the artist to broadcast over a streaming FM radio platform. This is the first installation in the Inside/Outside exhibition series. To schedule a large group meeting in our space--free of charge if it pertains to this project--please contact elfletch@owu.edu, tpwallac@owu.edu, or call 740-368-3606. For more information about the artist visit: www.Red76.com

Mowry Alumni Gallery

People, Places and Things
September 29 - December 17, 2016
An exhibition of ink and crayon, pastels and mixed media drawings by Mardie Dalzell Driftmier, class of 1977.

Gallery 2001 (Beeghly Library)

Please Respond
December 15, 2016 – February 23, 2017

An exhibition about artistic exchange with painter Megan Williamson.

For more information, please visit the artist’s website

  http://www.meganwilliamson.com/please-respond-books/