• Monday, March 2, 2015, 4:00 p.m.
    Islam, Art, Gender and Sexuality
    The rise of extreme forms of Islam globally has directed much attention towards issues of gender and sexuality. Though we are frequently exposed to political interventions from all sides, the medium of art is often overlooked. In this colloquium, we aim to explore the ways in which Muslim men and women deal with issues of patriarchy, freedom of views, pluralism, race/ethnicity, censorship, and exile through gendered and sexual expressions in the visual arts.
  • February 7 – April 19, 2015
    Vik Muniz: Poetics of Perception
    Internationally recognized for his startling use of materials, the Brazilian-born artist Vik Muniz creates stunning images while interrogating the history of art and visual reproduction. By employing diverse objects such as toys, diamonds, garbage, and magazine clippings, the artist creates tableaux, which are preserved through photographic reproduction.
  • January 31 – March 29, 2015
    Weavers' Stories from Island Southeast Asia
    In the Southeast Asian archipelago, making cloth is regarded as the archetypal form of women's work and creativity. Traditionally, women learned the textile arts — typically weaving or making batik — before they were eligible for marriage. Later in life, excelling in making cloth and especially in mastering complex natural-dye processes was regarded as the highest measure of a woman's achievement.
  • December 1, 2014 – May 24, 2015
    1+2: Colección Jumex in Dialogue with the Lowe Art Museum
    This December, the Lowe Art Museum will present the pop-up exhibition 1 + 2, in collaboration with Fundación Jumex Arte Contemporáneo.
  • May 16, 2014 - April 12, 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
    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.