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Race and Revolution: Still Separate, Still Unequal is curated by Larry Ossei-Mensah and Katie Fuller. The exhibition explores ongoing racial and economic disparity in the U.S. public school system. First presented in New York City in June 2017, the show is traveling to the Woskob Family Gallery and HUB-Robeson Center.Find out more »
Artist Zoë Charlton creates large-scale collages, drawings, and a sculptural installation that explore the complexities of contemporary social and cultural stereotypes. "The Domestic" examines notions of care-taking across racial and class lines, the fragility and failings of a home, and the complications of gender and sexuality in relation to this intensely bodily work. This exhibition travels to Penn State from Gettysburg College's Schmucer Gallery.Find out more »
Known as a writer, journalist, an avid folklorist, Henry W. Shoemaker wrote several myths and legends of central Pennsylvania aiming to inspire civic action and preservation of land and native cultures. Although many of his stories have been debunked, in this exhibition artist Hannah Epstein returns to the folkloris’s sense of narrative as a rally force and tool envisioning the school’s sports mascot as an environmental crusader. Epstein’s textiles, digital video, and experimental games advocate for a deeper understanding of…Find out more »