Draw and Play Here: The tet[R]ad Project

JAN 29-MAR 16
INSTITUTE FOR VISUAL STUDIES - ROOP HALL

Draw and Play Here

Draw and Play Here: The tet[R]ad Project

JAN 29-MAR 16
INSTITUTE FOR VISUAL STUDIES - ROOP HALL


This exhibition features an installation of works from the international artmaking exchange founded by JMU alumnus David R. Modler and Samuel H. Peck. This ongoing project fosters collaborations and community-based art practices through visual journals. Note: The exhibition dates have changed from January 30-March 23 to January 29-March 16. The reception has changed from January 30 to January 29. More


Group Sculpture Exhibition

Encore Artists

Sculpture/New Media

FEB 26-APR 4
DUKE HALL GALLERY - DUKE HALL

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Group Sculpture Exhibition

Encore Artists

Sculpture/New Media

FEB 26-APR 4
DUKE HALL GALLERY - DUKE HALL


This exhibition features works by Sam Blanchard, Dan Carlson, Martha Burgess, and PLAKOOKEE. Blanchard is assistant professor of studio art in Virginia Tech’s School of Visual Arts. Carlson is a JMU alum who has a studio in Brooklyn, New York, where he also works as a fabrication freelancer. Martha Burgess is a New York-based artist and Guggenheim Fellow, and PLAKOOKEE is a D.C.-based collaboration between artists and designers, Justin Plakas and Rachel Debuque. More


Linking Meandering Paths

MAR 12-23
LISANBY MUSEUM - FESTIVAL

Linking Meandering Paths

Linking Meandering Paths

MAR 12-23
LISANBY MUSEUM - FESTIVAL


Korean-Americans Sukjin Choi and Anna Westfall explore the influences of two different cultures on identity in the exhibition, Linking Meandering Paths. As sculptors and ceramists, Professor Choi of James Madison University and Professor Westfall of Eastern Mennonite University create a visual manifestation of themes of identity that resonate in our global world. More


Adoration and Art

APR 2-26
LISANBY MUSEUM - FESTIVAL

Adoration and Art

Adoration and Art

APR 2-26
LISANBY MUSEUM - FESTIVAL


Throughout time, religious spaces have been designed to set apart the sacred from the every day. This exhibition explores—through the eyes of Honor student Fiona Wirth—the artistic traditions of the ancient Mediterranean through early modern cultures that infused holy sites with the presence of the divine. More



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