Carrie Mae Weems

Carrie Mae Weems, "I Looked and Looked to See What So Terrified You," 2006, one of the works in Deborah Willis's exhibition "Posing Beauty in African American Culture," at the CWAM in January 2013.

 

2013 - 2017

2017

  • After the Thrill is Gone: Fashion, Politics, and Culture in South African Contemporary Art
  • Leadership Arts in Africa
  • 2017 Studio Art Senior Independent Group Exhibition
  • Alison Saar: Breach
  • Amber Kempthorn: A River Isn't too Much To Love

2016

  • Dusk to Dusk: Unsettled, Unraveled, Unreal
  • 2016 Studio Art Senior Independent Study Group Exhibition
  • PICTURE YOURSELF: Selfies, Cellphones, and the Digital Age

2015

  • Archetypes, Power, & Puppets
  • Walter Zurko: Looking up to look down
  • 2015 Studio Art Senior Independent Study Group Exhibition
  • FREE PLAY

2014

  • 2014 Studio Art Senior Independent Study Group Exhibition
  • Lasting Impressions: Print Technique and Process
  • Complex Conversations: Willie Cole Sculptures and Wall Works
  • Kuchi-e Woodblock Prints: Tradition and Modernity
  • The Jay Gates Collection: The Art of China and Japan
  • Selections from PROJECT 35 VOLUMES 1 & 2
  • SHAPESHIFTING: Contemporary Masculinities

2013

  • The Performative in African Art
  • RACE: Are We So Different?
  • 2013 Studio Art Senior Independent Study Group Exhibition
  • OBJECT LESSONS
  • Posing Beauty in African American Culture