Upcoming Exhibitions

Fall 2020
Chromaphone
August 24 - September 19
Through instrumentalizing color, Brianna Bass’s paintings invite a deeper reading of color harmony and enrich the viewers experience of abstract painting.

BFA Celebratory Exhibition
October 2 - November 6
To properly celebrate our students who had their BFA Senior Exhibition abruptly cancelled, we created a celebratory exhibition to invite our spring 2020 cohort back to exhibit at the Brick City Gallery coinciding with their homecoming graduation ceremony.
 
Fall 2020 BFA Senior Exhibition
November 18 - December 5
Every semester, the Brick City Gallery is pleased to host an exhibition of work by graduating students from the Department of Art and Design. The fall exhibition showcases the talent and skill of students who have spent years developing an artistic practice that will carry them into their professional careers.
 
Spring 2021
Human +: Living and Making during the HIV/AIDS Epidemic
January 11 - February 7
Featuring Ben Cuevas, Kairon Liu, Darryl D Terrell, and Jessica Whitbread Human + examines artists living and making with HIV and breaking down stigmas. This exhibition will also include a curated resource guide exploring the history of HIV/AIDS in Missouri and North America, the criminalization of HIV, and educational resources.
 
Back in my Body
February 16 - March 5
Back in my Body is a celebration of being at home in our bodies.
 
Chernobyl / Fukushima Poster Collection
March 15 - April 9
This collection of posters commemorates the 35th anniversary of Chernobyl and the 10th anniversary of Fukushima nuclear disasters.
 
Spring 2021 BFA Senior Exhibition
April 26 - May 8
Every semester, the Brick City Gallery is pleased to host an exhibition of work by graduating students from the Department of Art and Design. The spring exhibition showcases the talent and skill of students who have spent years developing an artistic practice that will carry them into their professional careers.
 
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Opening receptions at Brick City Gallery are scheduled in conjunction with the Downtown Gallery Association's First Friday Art Walk.

Admission is free and open to all.