Description: Come see how some of the brightest minds at GE Appliances are conceptualizing advances in technology and societal changes that will shape our kitchen over the next twelve years, including how we will make dinner, wash clothes, and interact with information to make our lives easier.
Description: Please join us for the First Friday Trolley Hop featuring "GE HOME > 2025" and meet the GE team responsible for the designs. The exhibit is sure to open minds and stimulate imaginations to the possibilities of tomorrow.
Description: As a followup to the 2012 exhibition of Sam Richards’ work at the Cressman Center, the Hite Galleries presents Sam Richards Constructed Sculpture, Part II featuring late constructed wood sculptures that embody themes and ideas that occupied him throughout his career. This climactic work demonstrates how Richards’ lasting influence as a teacher, mentor and faculty member derives from the power of his art. A public panel discussion, "Sam's Impact," will be held in Schneider Hall Galleries regarding Richard’s work September 10 at 5:00pm. Panelists: former students - Scott Massey, moderator, Joe McGee, Joseph Smith, and Melinda Walters. A reception will follow the discussion.
Description: This exhibition features "Hite Scholarship recipients in the first decade that the gift was established, these three artists have set the precedent of continued artistic production for more than six decades. Please join the Hite Art Institute in celebrating the creative accomplishments of these distinguished Hite Scholars."
-Dr. Dario Covi, Curator
Description: Rowland Ricketts utilizes natural dyes and historical processes to create contemporary textiles that span art and design. Trained in indigo farming and dyeing in Japan, Rowland received his MFA from Cranbrook Academy of Art in 2005 and is currently an Assistant Professor in Textiles at Indiana University’s Henry Radford Hope School of Fine Art.