Wellesley College Davis Museum readies Calculated Risks exhibit

Mekuria art, Wellesley College Davis Museum

From the Davis Museum and Cultural Center at Wellesley College:

Calculated Risks, an exhibition celebrating the inventive diversity among the faculty studio artists at Wellesley College, will fill the special exhibition galleries of the Davis Museum from Sept. 15 – Dec. 12.  Featuring 12 artists who range from emerging to internationally acclaimed, the exhibition displays a broad array of approaches to different media, including painting, sculpture, drawing, animation, collage, photography, video, film and interactive digital media.
The opening reception will be held Wednesday, Sept. 15, from 5:30 – 7:30 pm. This will be followed by an outdoor performance at 7:30 pm by Zili Misik and the Cercie Miller Quartet, sponsored by the Music Department.   Artists include Judith Black, Carlos Dorrien, Bunny Harvey, Clara Lieu, Phyllis McGibbon, Salem Mekuria (see image), C. Meng (Qing-Min Meng), Andrew Mowbray, David Teng Olsen, Daniela Rivera, Christine Rogers and Jeffrey Skoller.

A series of related activities will take place in the months to come.