CROSSING COMMUNITIES: BEER CULTURE ACROSS AFRICA

CROSSING COMMUNITIES: BEER CULTURE ACROSS AFRICA

May 16 – Sept 23, 2017 | The Griffin Foundation Gallery

Cultures across the African continent have incorporated beer into their respective rituals, ceremonies, and social gatherings for centuries. A celebration of brewing in Africa and Fort Collins with Maxline Brewing.
FREE Reception June 29, 2017 – 5 P.M. - 7 P.M. | Sculpture Garden | Gregory Allicar Museum of Art | University Center for the Arts

Here is a list of our current and upcoming exhibitions:

May 30 - Sept 9, 2017 | Works on Paper Gallery

JAPANESE PRINTS From the Permanent Collection. Featuring examples from the museum’s permanent Japanese print collection, this exhibition will highlight works from the Drake and Leonard collections, two major donations that form the core of this group of wood-cut images.

NATIVE AMERICAN PERMANENT COLLECTION - SURVIVANCE, based on a term coined by Anishnaabe cultural theorist Gerald Vizenor to represent the work of Native cultures to survive and resist, opening January 17, 2017. This exhibit is curated by Dr. Emily Moore and her undergraduate students in Art 317: Native North American Art.

HARTFORD-TANDSTAD COLLECTION. A selection of works is housed in three permanent galleries focused on themes of Global Encounters, Approaching Nature, and Dialogues with Power.

AFRICAN COLLECTION. With a creative diversity spanning over 50 countries and thousands of cultures, the arts of the African continent offer a window into unique local contexts and stylistic conventions.