When: Feb. 6-April 11
“Collective Consciousness” refers to the sense of community at the College and the Department of Art faculty’s ability to come together for each other and their students during the COVID-19 pandemic. The exhibition includes a wide range of mediums and subject matter, yet underscores the artists’ shared common interests in nature, the environment, social issues and experimentation with materials. The exhibition itself is a communal experience, a way for faculty to share what they have been working on during a time marked by isolation and distance. Curated by Karlyn Benson.