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Cultivating Collections is a multi-year series of exhibitions that highlights specific areas of the WCU Fine Art Museum’s Collection, which includes over 1,800 works of art in a wide range of media by artists of the Americas.
Everyone’s brain is wired differently. This exhibition invites artists to share their lived experiences with neurodiversity and how these experiences have impacted their work as an artist.
In this selection of prints from the 1950s and 1960s, which are drawn from the Museum’s permanent collection, Corita Kent combines vivid color with quotations, everyday slogans, and biblical scripture to create inspirational messages of hope and harmony for humankind.
A series of photographs and sculptures bring voice to the international Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women (MMIW) movement through the lens of Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, Comanche Nation, Lumbee, and other Native American artists.