Events & Exhibition Calendar
The Thacher Gallery presents free public programs, including artist talks, craft demonstrations, and docent-led tours for all ages. The facility also serves as a professional training laboratory for students interested in arts management, museum studies, and exhibitions. The gallery often collaborates with faculty and classes for linked programming. For more information: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Celebrating 25 years – where creativity, scholarship and community converge
Soft Power: Recent Projects by Alexander Hernandez
Aug. 22 - Nov. 6
In Soft Power, textile artist Alexander Hernandez brings together quilt and sculpture projects to explore intersectional identities and survival.
Lost Keys: Recent Works by Mercy Hawkins
Aug. 22 - Nov. 6
In large-scale ink drawings and sculptural paintings, mixed-media artist Mercy Hawkins combines traditional craft techniques with colors and patterns found in the landscape to reveal the ways that humans are a part of the natural world.
Stitching Communities and the AIDS Memorial Quilt
Dec. 1 - Feb. 17
Featuring selected panels from "the largest community arts project in history," this exhibition explores the artistic and cultural legacies of the AIDS Memorial Quilt honoring those lost to the HIV/AIDS epidemic since the 1980s. Presented by the MA in Museum Studies Curatorial Practicum class led by Professor Kate Lusheck.
If I’d known then: the art + architecture faculty triennial
March 6 - April 9
If I’d known then features current projects created by Art + Architecture faculty as they share insights with their younger artist selves.
24th Thacher Art + Architecture Annual
May 5 - June 30
From fine art to design, this annual juried exhibition showcases juniors and seniors in the Department of Art + Architecture. Organized by the BA in Art History and Museum Studies program’s Thacher Practicum class.