Tuesday, September 3 – Wednesday, October 9, 2019
Reception: Tuesday, September 3, 2019 from 12:35 – 1:30 pm
Gloria Shows is a Filipino American artist whose work is largely influenced by her formative years in Japan, England, and the United States. Through relief printmaking, textiles, and illustration, Shows blends personal, natural, and cultural histories and narratives from her multicultural upbringing. These narratives address fated conditions of instability, change, and adaptation. She received her BFA from the University of Central Oklahoma and recently received her MFA from the Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio, where she lives and works.
Written in Oya: Entangled Stories
Tuesday, October 15 – Tuesday, December 3, 2019
Reception: Tuesday, October 15, 2019 from 12:35 – 1:30 pm
Hale Ekinci is a Chicago-based interdisciplinary artist with strong ties to her Turkish heritage. She received her MFA in Interdisciplinary Arts & Media at Columbia College Chicago and is currently an Associate Professor of Art & Design at North Central College. Focusing on personal history, cultural identity, gender politics, and craft traditions, her works vary from videos and fiber installation to embroidery paintings embellished with vibrant colors, patterns, and autobiographical relics.
That which brought you here, will take you out.
Curated by Cameron Granger
Tuesday, January 21 – Thursday, March 5, 2020
Closing Reception: on Wednesday, February 26th, 2020 from 12:35 – 1:30 pm
The Pearl Conard Gallery at Ohio State Mansfield is proud to present That which brought you here, will take you out, an exhibition curated by Cameron Granger and featuring the work of artists Eloisa Amezcua, Annie Chrissy Burley, Shabez Jamal, and Sydnie Jimenez. Granger says that the exhibition is “about love, and the tools and language we’ve been given to express that love. The title is taken from the phrase ‘I brought you into this world, and I ain’t afraid to take you out of it’, which my mother would often when we were coming up and found ourselves in any kind of trouble young kids normally do.”
The Ohio State Mansfield 2020 Student Exhibition
Online the month of May 2020
Alone Together is a virtual exhibition showcasing artwork created by students at Ohio State Mansfield during the 2019 – 2020 academic year, which started with in-person instruction and ended with students completing courses online due to the COVID-19 Pandemic. Click here to view the exhibition.
Our Voices was a juried virtual exhibition of five artists who explore race, identity, and contemporary culture. The exhibition premiered on our website and social media pages on September 24, 2020 along with OSU Mansfield Theater’s virtual production of Idris Goodwin’s #Matter.
Braxton Daniels, Black Lives Still Matter
Black Lives Still Matter was a February 2021 virtual artist talk and online exhibition by OSU Mansfield art student Braxton Daniels III, sponsored by Ohio State Mansfield’s Office of Diversity and Inclusion and Pearl Conard Art Gallery. Here is a story from Richland Source about the talk and exhibition.
Until Tomorrow was a virtual exhibition showcasing artwork created by students at Ohio State Mansfield during the 2020– 2021 academic year.
Spring Video Screening: Selections from Microcinema MILOTI program
On view during the month of April 2021 in the Bromfield Library and Information Commons’ Learning Collaborative Classroom, this was a collection of time-based artworks that explore nature, fragility, and change. Works by artists Lynn Kim, Dan Jian, Diana Abells, Claudia Esslinger, and Kellie Bornhoft were featured.
These works were part of the larger April Microcinema MILOTI program, which was screened online by Rhizome DC on Thursday, April 8th, 2021. Details here: https://www.rhizomedc.org/new-events/2021/4/8/microcinema
Kumasi J. Barnett
Power versus Power
Power versus Power was an exhibition by Baltimore-based artist Kumasi J. Barnett, showcasing comic books that Barnett directly painted over, changing their narratives into critiques of social and political issues including police brutality, systemic racism, fake news, and our political system.