Past Exhibitions

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Our Subject Is You

June 20, 2009 – September 13, 2009

“Our Subject is You” is the first exhibition organized by the Weatherspoon Art Museum to focus on participatory art. The artists in the exhibition rely on the involvement of the public in order for their work to be realized. They form avenues for meaningful engagement within the context of the gallery... More

Eileen Neff: Photographs

May 24, 2009 – August 16, 2009

“Eileen Neff: Photographs” presents a selection of the artist's work from the last decade. Trained as a painter, Neff initially used the camera to produce pictures that she incorporated into early photo-objects and installations. More

2009 UNCG MFA Thesis Exhibition

May 3, 2009 – May 31, 2009

The “2009 Master of Fine Arts Thesis Exhibition” features work by six candidates in the University of North Carolina at Greensboro's Department of Art graduate program: Anthony DiSarno, Karen Maness, Scott Mayo, Mandy Newham, James Porter, and Jules Rochon. More

Lest We Forget: The Voice of Art

April 12, 2009 – July 19, 2009

In Spring 2005, the Weatherspoon mounted a small but compelling exhibition entitled "Artists and Civil Rights". The exhibition, then organized by Curator of Exhibitions Ron Platt, helped to illustrate the breadth of the Weatherspoon's collection in an area that touches deeply upon our collective past... More

Sharon Louden: Taking Turns

March 8, 2009 – June 7, 2009

Sharon Louden's exhibition brings together three distinct bodies of her new work in two different settings: one of the Weatherspoon's galleries and the sculpture garden. More

Cool, Collected & In Context

February 22, 2009 – May 3, 2009

When acquiring a new work for the museum's permanent collection, the curatorial team and members of the Weatherspoon Association's Acquisitions Committee consider a variety of factors. The process can be complex, taking into account price, provenance and condition of the work as well as our ability... More