Middlebury College Museum of Art

Exhibitions

Upcoming Exhibitions

Below is a list of some of the exhibitions the Museum will present in the near future. Please click on the title of each exhibition to view its full description.

A Story of Art: Gifts from the Collection of Lucinda Herrick and Charles S. Moffett ’67

September 5–December 10, 2017
This exhibition, organized by Assistant Professor of History of Art Carrie Anderson and students in her January 2017 course, tells a story of artistic production from its conception to its afterlife. The eclectic selection of drawings, photographs, paintings, and sculpture come from the generous bequest of Impressionist scholar and alumnus Charles S. Moffett ’67 and his widow.

Land and Lens: Photographers Envision the Environment

September 15–December 10, 2017
Photographs drawn primarily from the Museum’s rich holdings make up this comprehensive survey of photography and the environment. The exhibit, which is organized in categories spanning cosmological time to the present day, presents seventy images through the lens of environmental appreciation, concern, or activism.

10 Years: The Cameron Print Project

January 9–April 29, 2018
Since 2008 the Studio Art Program has hosted an annual week-long visit of a Cameron Visiting Artist who creates a print or series of prints with students enrolled in Professor Hedya Klein’s silkscreen class. This exhibition includes all of the works produced under this extraordinary collaborative program. Prints by students working with Mark Dion, Derrick Adams, Tomas Vu, Katy Hecht and Rona Yefman, among other artists, will be on view.

Power and Piety: Spanish Colonial Art

January 26–April 22, 2018
The paintings, sculptures, works of silver, furniture, and other decorative objects of this exhibition demonstrate the wide range of artistic production and devotional practice of colonial Latin America. Drawn from the Collection of the Fondacion Cisneros, founded to enhance the appreciation of art from Latin America, the exhibition reveals the great wealth of the region from the late 17th century until the 1820s.