December 4 – January 24 | We’re ready to head into 2021 with our community leading the way. Help fill our courtyard with reflections on the past year and hopes for the new one. Anyone and everyone is welcome to participate.
August 28 – October 31 |Gregg Deal is an artist and member of the Pyramid Lake Paiute Nation. His outdoor installation in the courtyard of ASLD will consider the identity of contemporary indigenous people in the US. Join Gregg for his Visiting Artist Talk (Sep 10) and Workshop: Power of Presence (Sep 12).
February 8 – April 2 | An outdoor Sculpture Exhibit: Curated by ASLD faculty member Dea Shea. Come find a moment of peace among the artwork in the ASLD courtyard.
August 29 – October 31 | An outdoor Ekphraistik Exhibit: Curated by Holly-Kai Hurd and Suzi Q. Smith. Join us for a conversation of words, visual art, and performance to illustrate the Black experience and current climate in 8 parts.
JUL 28 – AUG 31, 2020 | In its 5th iteration, ASLD exhibits national ceramic artists’ functional works in our national juried biennial exhibition on the fine art of dining.
June 14–August 15, 2021 | Join ASLD for a celebration of the Summer Solstice! Featuring community-created art on the theme of growing things and the power of the sun.
JAN 31–MAR 15, 2020 | In anticipation of the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, join us for an exploration of the material we love to hate: plastic. This exhibit explores the many ways plastic touches and shapes contemporary art and, by extension, life. Forward-looking and hopeful, you’ll come away from The Plasticene with a greater appreciation for all the things plastic does well and with hope that solutions to its environmental toll are within reach. Curated by Kalliopi Monoyios.
DEC 13, 2019–JAN 17, 2020 | Guest juror Louise Martorano, Executive Director of Redline Contemporary Art Center will bring together all mediums that embody the power and complexity of femininity with topics surrounding feminism, body image, motherhood, gender and much more.
OCT 4–NOV 29 2019| This exhibit features a collection of international works from acclaimed Korean artist, LIM Ok-sang, who critically engages folklore, the people and politics in his work.
AUG 16–SEP 29, 2019 | ASLD invites members and faculty to highlight the very best in paper and ink—whether scratched, developed, etched, stenciled, added or collaged.