Carl Solway Gallery will be hosting concurrent exhibitions featuring emerging ceramicists throughout our building:
#CRIPCLAY – 1st Floor
This exhibition showcases the variety of talents and skills of many disabled artists working with clay. Organized by Amanda Barr, #Cripclay features work by Victoria Walton, Carly Riegger, Amanda Barr, Heidi McKenzie, Eva Polzer, Darcy Delgado, Ze Treasure Troll, Annie B Campbell, Allee Etheridge, Megan Whetstine, and others.
BEYOND THE WAVES OF TRADITION – 3rd Floor
This exhibition explores tradition through dialogue, interactions, interventions, and expressions beyond the material culture of ceramics from the Ghanaian context. Organized by Ernest Aryee, Beyond the Waves of Tradition Fred Okai, Michael Dika, Eugene Ofori Agyei, Japheth Asiedu-Kwarteng, and Ernest Aryee.
CURRENTS & CHARGES: CERAMIC WORK FROM IU BLOOMINGTON – 3rd Floor
Featuring the work of current students and faculty at Indiana University Bloomington, this exhibition builds on IU’s legacy of ceramic education and influence in the Midwest region. Organized by Malcolm Mobutu Smith and Chase Gamblin, Currents and Charges includes Malcolm Mobutu Smith, Tim Mather, Chase Gamblin, Mary Roberts, Thomas Connery, Joel Pisowicz, Ze Treasure Troll, Michelle Solorzano, Brady Fanning, and others.
OBSCENE – 3rd Floor
This exhibition investigates the many forms of human intimacy and questions the boundaries of propriety. Organized by Allee Etheridge and Amy Henson, Obscene includes Cate Be, Jason Briggs, Joey Chiarello, Marcel Deolazo, Allee Etheridge, Isabella Rose Hackerman, Wesley Harvey, Amy Henson, Mac McCusker, Isabela Muñoz, Virgil Ortiz, Jamie Bates Slone, and Maya Vivas.