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Art and Art History

Lapsus Undone

Lapsus Undone explores the perennial condition of transformation as reflected in our surroundings, our bodies, our histories and technologies. Curated by students in Professor Lia Alexopoulos’ Museum/Gallery Practicum course, this exhibit invites the visitor to reflect on circumstances that have shaped the present, put aside constructs of reality and leave behind the place left.

Photo Galleries

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    The Sonnenschein and Albright Galleries feature the work of 10 graduating seniors.
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    Senior Imani Jackson presents her a creative project entitled “Beastial Expressions” in the Albright Gallery from April 18-23, 2018. 
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    The 2018 Student Showcase
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    Status: Labor, Leisure, and Symbols 
    The permanent collection through a sociological lens.

    Curated by Todd Beer, Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology and Anthropology

    Sonnenschein Gallery


    Wisdom from the Wildflowers
    Glenn Adelson Photographs / Sabbatical Exhibition

    Glenn Adelson, Associate Professor and Chair, Department of Environmental Studies

    Albright Gallery


    Gallery Hours:
    M/W/F - 2:00-5:00 PM
    SAT/SUN - 1:00-5:00 PM
    By Appointment: 847-735-5194
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    Tracy Taylor Sabbatical Exhibition reconciles the various emotions of new motherhood. Topographical sound sculptures map her newborn’s cries and silent blue paintings trace a catharsis of loss. Showing through February 21.