The museum staff plans and regularly mounts exhibitions in three buildings on the Ohio Wesleyan campus. Scroll down for more information about all of our current exhibitions.
Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow
January 22 - March 31, 2019
This exhibition showcases the works of 30 regional African American artists, highlighting the talents of those who are emerging, established, or no longer with us.
Curated by Bettye J. Stull, former longtime curator for The Martin Luther King Jr. Performing and Cultural Arts Complex in Columbus.
The Harlem Influence
Stephen Donaldson ’83: Blue Light
March 10 - November 15, 2018
Stephen Donaldson ’83 captures landmarks, landscapes, and locations in photographs that reflect his travels throughout the world.
Snow Blanket Detail
Moon over Maggiore
Into the Void: 9/11 Memorial
Tariq Taray: Stateless
October 1 - December 15, 2018
A stateless person is someone who, under national laws, does not enjoy citizenship – the legal bond between a government and an individual – in any country. While some people are de jure or legally stateless persons (meaning they are not recognized as citizens under the laws of any state), many people are de facto or effectively stateless persons (meaning they are not recognized as citizens by any state even if they have a claim to citizenship under the laws of one of more states.) By letting his subjects dress and stand in a manner that suits their sense of themselves, Tariq captures the self-defined truth that was worth the sacrifice of leaving their home countries.