Past Exhibitions

A New Twist: German Ceramics from the 1950s

June 08, 2008 - September 07, 2008

During the immediate post-war period, the German ceramics industry experienced an explosion of form, decoration, and color on a scale unlike anything else in the 20th century. While classic forms were decorated with bold new glaze combinations, new and exaggerated

Contemporary Korean Prints: Kim Sangku

June 08, 2008 - September 07, 2008

The print tradition in Korea is an ancient one. Woodblock printing of Buddhist texts and images began in the 8th century, and moveable metal type for printing was invented in Korea in the 13th century. A rising star in the

Charlie Lucas: The World Through My Eyes

April 01, 2008 - October 01, 2009

This exhibition brings together twelve of Charlie Lucas’s (Pink Lily, AL) large-scale sculptures in the Museum’s outdoor Sculpture Pit. Assembled from machine parts and other cast off materials, Lucas’s sculptures are remarkable for how ingeniously he fits an assortment of

Vanishing Worlds: Art and Ritual in Amazonia

March 30, 2008 - July 27, 2008

For thousands of years, the indigenous people of the Amazon Basin of South America have depended on the vast rainforests surrounding them. Today, some 300 tribes continue to rely on the land’s natural resources for their survival, and to maintain