The Spring 2021 semester featured a full schedule of programming covering a range of diverse themes for our audience to explore.
Human +: Living and Making during the HIV/AIDS Epidemic
January 11 – February 7
Featuring Ben Cuevas, Kairon Liu, Darryl D Terrell, and Jessica Whitbread Human + explored artists living and making with HIV. This exhibition also included a curated timeline exploring the history of HIV/AIDS in Missouri and North America.
Jessica Whitbread, Love Positive Women Project
Ben Cuevas, Knit Veins
Back in my Body: Rae Senarighi
February 16 – March 5
Back in my Body celebrated and appreciated the human form by encouraging the notion of being at home in our own bodies. Through the use of vivid color mixed with continuous self-acceptance and self-love, Rae Senarighi creates portraits and typography showcasing beautiful individuals celebrating their stunning uniqueness with pride.
From Chernobyl to COVID Poster Collection
March 22 – April 9
In collaboration with PosterTerritory and The 4th Block, From Chernobyl to COVID Poster Collection curated by Olga Severina and Oleg Veklenko explored two of the world’s most catastrophic and poignant events in recent history.
Spring 2021 BFA in Art Senior Exhibition
April 26 – May 8
Every semester, the Brick City Gallery is pleased to host an exhibition of work by graduating students from the Department of Art and Design. The spring exhibition showcases the talent and skill of students who have spent years developing an artistic practice that will carry them into their professional careers.
Students with work in the exhibition: Ana Medley, Megan Kemp, Danielle Signaigo, Trevor Heitz, Emileigh Bond, Sam Schacht, Leah Stiefermann, Brianna Miller, Daniel Johnson, Joyce Mudge, Sabrina Merrill, Derek Fitzpatrick, Cierra Carter, Malaina Elliott, Hannah Dipoto, Molly Martin, Victoria Frizell, Brianna Miller, and Grace Cooper.
Leah Stiefermann and Malaina Elliott
Sabrina Merrill, Daniel Johnson, and Derek Fitzpatrick