Upcoming Exhibits at the Reece Museum
Field of Life: Monument Structures
Depth of Fields
Suffrage in Southern Appalachia
FL3TCH3R Exhibit: Social and Politically Engaged Art
The Al Norte al Sur: Latino Life in the South
Spring 2020 BFA Senior Exhibition (April 6-May 1)
An exhibition featuring the work of Bachelor of Fine Art students majoring in Graphic Design and Studio Art in ETSU’s Department of Art & Design.
Field of Life: Monument Structures (April 13-June 12)
An exhibition featuring the artwork of M. Wayne Dyer, Graphic Design Professor in ETSU’s Department of Art & Design. Dyer’s works are derived from studies that consist of depictions of the human condition. Many of the works portray relationships and personal experiences that express social and or political concerns. Expressions may include written words in typographic form that inform the viewer about the artist’s intent.
Depth of Fields (April 20-June 19)
An exhibition featuring the work of former students of Department of Art & Design professor, M. Wayne Dyer. Through the years Professor Dyer has worked with literally thousands of students. Due to the diversity of classes taught after thirty-seven years, this alumni exhibit features work of former students/artists whose professions range from artists, authors, filmmakers, graphic designers, illustrators, painters, photographers, professors, sculptors, teachers, and others.
Appalachian Forest (June 8-Sept. 18)
A June 3-7 Teen Renaissance camp held at the Reece will produce this installation of an Appalachian forest from recycled paper materials. The work of the camp participates will remain on display following the conclusion of the camp. For more information about the camp and how to participate please visit etsu.edu/renaissancechild.
Suffrage in Southern Appalachia (Aug. 10-Sept. 25)
An exhibition exploring the history of suffrage, particularly in Southern Appalachia. The exhibition is a celebration of the centennial anniversary of women gaining the right to vote in the United States, and will feature artifacts from the Reece Permanent Collection.
FL3TCH3R Exhibit: Social and Politically Engaged Art (Oct. 5-Dec. 11)
The Eighth Annual FL3TCH3R EXHIBIT is an international juried exhibit focused on socially and politically engaged art. This exhibition explores the current trends and trajectory in this field and these collective creative works hopefully serve as an avenue or agent for societal transformation and exposure of social and political points of view. The goal is to recognize and advance this endeavor by providing a venue for the exhibition of socially and politically engaged art. Proceeds from this exhibit fund the Fletcher H. Dyer Memorial Scholarship awarded to an art and design student at ETSU every year. For more information and to learn how to enter, please visit fl3tch3rexhibit.com/.
The Al Norte al Sur: Latino Life in the South (Oct. 12-Nov. 27)
The Al Norte al Sur is the result of José Galvez's intense documentation of Latinos living in the southern United States: dozens of images of work, play, protest, and celebration. This exhibit represents a more nuanced contribution to the current debates on immigration and assimilation. The work, which evolves every year as José travels, has recently been shown at dozens of colleges and universities.