Forest Park Gallery of Contemporary Art
Our gallery is dedicated to showing a diverse range of work from contemporary artists throughout the region.
We strive to educate our students and community about the expansive possibilities of work in a variety of media including two-dimensional, three-dimensional, as well as time-based work in video, sound, and performance. We also host an exhibition of student work every year.
By Catherine A. Morgan
"As an artist who works primarily in ceramic sculpture, I use biomorphic forms, color and specific materials such as porcelain or local mixed media elements to discuss detrimental environmental impacts on amphibians."
Monday, Jan. 23-Thursday, Feb. 16
Opening reception Jan. 27, 6-8 p.m.
Home Sweet Nov. 7 - Dec. 15
By Daniel Stumeier
Home Sweet is a solo exhibition by Daniel Stumeier featuring drawings and embroideries.
Witches Song Sept. 26 - Oct. 20
By Olivia Gibb
Witches Song is a solo exhibition by Olivia Gibb featuring ceramics and paintings exploring the worlds that manifest at the crossroads of the prosaic and uncanny.
Closing reception Oct. 21, 6-8:30 p.m.
In Between Aug. 24 - Sept. 16
The new exhibition is "In Between" featuring local St. Louis printmaking instructors. The exhibit features artwork by Candice Corgan, Sage Dawson, Tate Foley, Ryan Hovarth, Brian Lathan, Zackary Petot, Janice Wallace.
Annual Student Exhibition Apr. 25 - May 5
Opening reception Apr. 29, 6-8 p.m.
Awards Ceremony Apr. 29, 6:30 p.m.
Victories and Memory Loss Mar. 21 - Apr. 14
By Amelia Colette Jones and Janice Wallace
Victories and Memory Loss is an individual and collaborative effort to investigate habitat as self and dualities in human experience through the means of collage, printmaking, and ceramic sculpture.
Opening reception Mar. 25, 6-8 p.m.
Communi-Tea Culture Jan. 24 - Feb. 17
This exhibition is a collaboration of ideas and materials between faculty, students, and staff. Communi-Tea Culture is an artistic interpretation and expression of a tea culture: from the perspective of self, family and/or community. Communi-Tea aims to reveal the multifaceted and ingrained impact that tea culture has on our society. From the perspectives of self, family, relationships, and community, each artist in this exhibition shows how tea culture has impacted them. This varies based on the individual artist's life experiences. These themes are explored within each piece of work by faculty, staff, and students, in a wide variety of media such as painting, ceramics, sculpture, music, and printmaking.
The Forest Park Gallery of Contemporary Art is located next to the Library, room L125. The gallery is open Monday through Thursday from 10 a.m.-2p.m.
Forest Park Fine Arts