• November 8, 2014
    Transformative Visions Artists’ Dialogue
    The Lowe Art Museum will present a dialogue with four artists: Myrlande Constant, André Eugène, Adler Guerrier, and Pascale Monnin. Moderated by Dr. Jerry Philogene, assoc. professor, Dickinson College, the panel will discuss the current landscape of artistic production in Haiti and the diaspora with reference to formal, thematic, and socio-economic questions. The dialogue will represent a rare opportunity for Haiti- and diaspora-based artists to discuss their work together in a public forum.
  • May 16, 2014 - April 26, 2015
    ArtLab @ The Lowe
    Conquest and Coexistence: The Cultural Synthesis of Spanish Colonial Art
    This exhibition explores the unique cultural synthesis forged in the Americas as the result of coexistence between Spanish colonizers and local populations and the processes of dialogue and negotiation, cooperation and resistance that defined the formation of Spanish colonial visual culture. 
  • Ongoing
    Terrestrial Paradises: Imagery from The Voyages of Captain James Cook
    Engravings featuring imagery from Cook's voyages to the Pacific Islands and South America. A number of artists accompanied Cook on his three voyages for the Royal Society from 1768-1779, producing images of the peoples they encountered that were reproduced in numerous publications for a European audience fascinated with travel accounts. Organized by the Lowe Art Museum.
  • Ongoing
    Myrna and Sheldon Palley Pavilion for Contemporary Glass and Studio Arts
    The Myrna and Sheldon Palley Pavilion for Contemporary Glass and Studio Arts features a stunning $3.5 million glass collection with masterpieces by Dale Chihuly, Richard Jolley, William Carlson and others, as well as 3-D art by some of the most talented artists in contemporary art.