Fall 2016 exhibitions on view now at the Denison Museum

Three new exhibitions for the Fall of 2016 are open at the Denison Museum.

Check out Fall 2016 exhibitions on view now at the Denison Museum, in Burke Hall, 240 West Broadway.

The Liberal Arts Today
On view September 5-December 16th, 2016
A year long exhibition featuring work from the Denison Museum permanent collection that explores what the liberal arts mean today.

Cuttingly Clever
On view September 5-December 16th, 2016
This timely exhibition shows political cartoons spanning the early 20th-century from the Richard Ross Art Museum and the Denison Museum. Brought to you by Exhibition intern team members Bianca Lee ’18 and Lashonda Love ’18.

Rowland Scherman
On view September 5-October 14, 2016
The radically changing times of the 1960s come alive in Rowland Scherman’s Timeless images. Faces of Civil Rights activists, progressive politicians, music icons, sports legends, performing artists, political poets, and everyday sojourners coalesce to give dramatic articulation to one of the most transformative eras in the life of our Nation. Brought to the museum through Professor John Jackson and the Black Studies Department.

Save the date: Panel talk with Rowland Scherman, Michael Jones ’72, and other faculty. Tuesday, October 4th, 2016. 7:00pm at the Denison Museum. Free and Open to the public.

Coming soon:
Lumen
On view October 24- December 16th, 2016
Lumen is part of a photographic project by Environmental Studies professor, Abram Kaplan that interrogates in visual form the idea of transition and explores the many challenges we confront, such as climate change, economic injustice, racial divides, and gender inequality.

The Museum is FREE and open to the general public from September to May while exhibitions are on view and is open year­-round to faculty, students and researchers by appointment.
Museum hours are Monday through Friday, noon to 5 p.m.

September 14, 2016