Past Exhibitions

Past

masur museum exhibitions

Below is a curated list from past exhibitions held at the Masur Museum of Art in Monroe, Louisiana!

Terence C. Williams, II:

Common Questions for an Uncommon Time

Terence C. Williams II’s artistic practice provides satirical insight into a variety of topics including online culture, history, hip hop, current events, and more.
Date
November 11, 2017 –
January 3, 2018

Victoria Smith:

It Seemed Right

Victoria Smith’s It Seemed Right is an attempt by the artist to visually catalog several of her personal relationships. For her project at the
Date
November 11, 2017 –
February 3, 2018

SOCIAL VICES:

ZACH HANNIBAL

FREE TO ATTEND: COME TO THE ART CRAWLThursday, October 5, 2017, 5 – 9pmOutside Gallery, Art Alley (N. 2nd Street) and the railroad tracks,
Date
October 5, 2017 –
November 27, 2017

Escapism:

Places & Spaces

(On view at the Monroe Regional Airport Gallery) Rodrecas Davis is an Associate Professor of Art at Grambling State University. Escapism: Places & Spaces
Date
September 1, 2017 –
February 28, 2018

Caroline Youngblood:

Becoming the Butterfly

Youngblood uses Northeast Louisiana’s landscape and old family photographs as inspiration for her artistic practice. She reclaims her roots by creating stunning oil paintings
Date
August 29, 2017 –
October 27, 2017

Developing Thoughts

on Small Worlds

Stinson’s fine oil paintings explore the many ways in which individuals create their own worlds, and often cut themselves off from others. His anthropomorphic
Date
August 29, 2017 –
October 27, 2017

SELECTIONS FROM

THE PERMANENT COLLECTION

The Butler’s Gallery features a small selection of art from our permanent collection. In April the Masur Museum’s permanent collection sustained major smoke damage
Date
August 29, 2017 –
February 24, 2018

MARCUS JOURNEY:

MISSIONARY

Marcus Journey’s video installation is one part documentary and one part self-portrait. When Journey, a practicing Mormon, moved to Shreveport, Louisiana from the West,
Date
August 29, 2017 –
October 27, 2017

ALT-EX:

ENTRE NOSOTROS (BETWEEN US) VARIATION II

(Upstairs Gallery, Downtown Monroe, LA) An ecotone is a region of transition between two biological communities. Beaches are an excellent example of this and
Date
August 3, 2017 –
September 28, 2017

ALT-EX:

WILL WORK FOR FOOD

(Outside Gallery, Downtown Monroe, LA) The Outside Gallery has a growing reputation for large, bold installations. In an unexpected way, Jenny Ellerbe’s Will Work
Date
August 3, 2017 –
September 30, 2017
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