Dia de los Muertos: Student Altar Exhibition
October 9 – November 7, 2021
'Dia de los Muertos' (Day of the Dead) is a holiday observed in Mexico, and other Latin American countries, which honors the lives of relatives, friends, and community figures who have passed away. This month-long exhibition in the education gallery features ofrendas (altars) designed by Mid-South students, a Monarch butterfly collaborative art-making activity, and stories behind some of the iconic symbols that represent this celebration of life.
Andy Warhol: Silver Clouds
Created in 1966, Warhol’s Silver Clouds consists of a room full of floating metallic balloons. The balloons are inflated with a proprietary mixture of air and pure helium, enabling them to float mesmerizingly in the space between the floor and the ceiling. Presented by nexAir and sponsored by Debi and Galen Havner