William Rolland Gallery of Fine Art


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Cole M. James: Call Them In

July 6, 2022

Call Them In is a collection of images and objects I offer to my ancestors. Works are grounded in expression of power, the personal, and the prison industrial complex. Created over the… Read More

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Common Ground: Artists Reimagining Community

January 23, 2022

The interconnectedness of the art world is revealed through a web of artists inviting other artists to participate in this varied media exhibition… Read More


Transformations: Senior Art Exhibit 2022

November 19, 2021

This year’s graduating art majors seek to explore these diverse manifestations through their work.… Read More

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The Otherworld

October 13, 2021

Following the Visionary Art Movement, works encompass psychedelic explorations of the Californian hippy movement, science fiction and fantasy, and visions born of the contemporary spiritual imagination… Read More

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In-Person: Escapism Senior Art Exhibit 2021

September 24, 2021

Escapism: This exhibit embodies the reality that the graduating class of 2021 explored during the COVID-19 pandemic… Read More


Passionate Perspectives: In Person Senior Art Exhibit 2021

September 10, 2021

A collection of artwork from the Art Department’s senior class of 2020, belatedly on display… Read More


The Janet Dibble Art Competition 2021

May 6, 2021

Campus-wide competition of works in any media by students from various majors.… Read More

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Robin Holder: On Labor and Youth

February 11, 2021

This exhibit begins with labor, becomes steeped in childhood experiences, and ends with a combination of the two.… Read More

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In Memoriam: William Rolland

September 21, 2020

Thank you Bill, for your generosity and guidance… Read More


Thinh Nguyen: REORIENT

September 11, 2020

Divided into three sections, Gendering, De-Centering, and Pandemic, this exhibit responds to our collective cultural moment.… Read More