Arcadia Exhibitions organizes programming for four distinct gallery spaces on campus throughout the calendar year. Its goal is to provide a broad-based community constituency with a stimulating roster of individual and thematic exhibitions of contemporary art ranging in scope and stature from the regional to the international.
Public lectures, panel discussions, gallery tours, and receptions generate vital contexts for each exhibition while also serving as a forum to encourage dialogue among artists, educators, students, and the general public about contemporary art and its socio-cultural relevance.
How A Car Accident Changed the History of the Exhibition Program
Through photographs, artworks, documents, and other artifacts from the University’s archives, the viewer is lead through a story every bit as dramatic, and at times unexpected, as the freak automobile accident that ultimately ended the Fuller Gallery’s use by the Art Department in 1985. Click here to see a video about the accident.