With the opening of Material Pulses, the Cannon Art Gallery is providing a queue management service called QLess. Gallery guests may now quickly reserve their place in line through the portal, eliminating wait times and allowing for social distancing. Guests are encouraged to book an online reservation. Onsite staff will register walk-in guests based on availability.
Material Pulses: Seven Viewpoints
April 6 – May 23, 2021 Tuesdays and Thursdays, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Material Pulses: Seven Viewpoints, an exhibition focused on the art of quilt-making, presents 17 works by 7 fiber artists: Mary Lou Alexander, Claire Benn, Elizabeth Brandt, Christine Mauersberger, Denise L Roberts, Jayne Willoughby, and Barb Wills. Curated by internationally renowned artist and teacher Nancy Crow, Material Pulses contributes to the dialogue of contemporary textile arts featuring quilts, mixed media, and installation work, all exploring color, pattern, and size through traditional and experimental quilt-making applications. The exhibition is organized by Mid-America Arts Alliance and ExhibitsUSA.
Image Credit: Things Fall Apart, Mary Lou Alexander
The William D. Cannon Art Gallery presents five exhibitions annually that range in subject matter and scope, from historical prints and photography to contemporary painting and drawing to American and International folk art in an effort to actively promote a cross-cultural education in the arts. View a selection of images from past shows at the gallery.