Reynolds Gallery Scheduled Exhibitions for 2015-2016
August 24 - September 22
Spare Parts and Unfinished Business
The Reynolds Gallery opens its 2015-2106 calendar with an exhibition featuring recent photographic works and sculpture by Visual Arts faculty member, Daniel Kasser.
September 28 - October 26
CONFLUENCES: Circumnavigating The Territory
Solo exhibition of large-scale color photographs and video works by Dennis DeHart.
November 3 - November 24
A Rub with Death: The Leppelmeier Collection
This exhibition features rubbings taken from 15th Century monumental brasses found in Sussex, England. These images of knights and their ladies mark a time when England was transitioning from a medieval, feudal culture to Renaissance humanism. They give us insight into individuals from that time; their customs, traditions and beliefs.
December 3 - December 11
Unity: Juried Student Exhibition
This student juried exhibition of Pacific student works, focuses on the theme of unity. Unity as the state of being united into one. Consider: What does unity mean to you? What unites us as humans--what is universal? How can we achieve unity?
January 19 - February 12
Invented Forms and Imaginary Objects
Graphic Design Professor Brett DeBoer presents an exhibition of digital images.
February 18 - March 18
During Pacific's Spring 2016 break 3/14-3/18, please call to confirm gallery hours.
March 23 - April 13
Teri Frame: Channeling Raptors
During the March 23rd, Gallery Reception, Teri Frame will perform Channeling Raptors a transmutational performance that examines the relationship between humans and four distinct birds of prey (Peregrine Falcon, Ridgway's Hawk, Cape Griffon Vulture and Harpy Eagle), all which have been included on the endangered species list within recent history. This exhibit is generously supported by the office of Sustainability.
April 25 - May 14
*Gallery schedules subject to change