Exhibitions

Macy Art Gallery Exhibitions

 

The Macy Art Gallery is one of the last spaces at Teachers College still in its original use. The Gallery presents a wide range of exhibitions by national and international artists, graduate students, faculty members and alumni, as well as the finest examples of artworks by children of all ages. The year-round exhibition schedule reflects the commitment of Teachers College to cultural diversity in education and the visual arts.

Macy Art Gallery Fall and Spring Semester Hours: Monday - Friday | 10:00am - 5:00pm

NOW ON VIEW

Artistic Ways of Knowing: Works by Teachers College Faculty

Dates: Nov 11-Dec 5

Reception: Nov 14, 5 – 7pm

Featuring work by Teachers College faculty from various departments, this exhibition illustrates how scholars across a range of disciplines incorporate visual and artistic processes in their research and everyday lives. Organized by the Teachers College Program in Art & Art Education, MASCLab, and Visual Research Center.

 

UPCOMING EXHIBITIONS

Studio Works

Dates: Dec 9-Jan 16

Selected student work from Teachers College studio courses in drawing, painting, sculpture, and mixed media.

Unsilencing: Myers Art Prizes

Dates: Jan 20-Feb 6

A juried Art & Art Education Program student exhibition that explores how art can contribute to unsilencing identities that have been historically suppressed.

The Macy Gallery Conversations

 Dates: Feb 10 - 27

An exhibition of student work from the classrooms of Art & Art Education Program Alumni teachers.

Shaping Priorities: The Arts and Community Engagement

Dates: Mar 2-Mar 26

Reception: Mar 6, 6-8pm

An exhibition of projects responding to the unprecedented challenges that society faces while exploring the role the arts can play in empowering communities and nurturing socially responsible and creative lives.

Artistic Ways of Knowing: Work by Teachers College Faculty

Dates: Mar 30-Apr 23

Selected student work from Teachers College studio courses in ceramics, printmaking, photography, video, and new media.

PAST EXHIBITIONS

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