Cadman Art Gallery Main Exhibits

Fall 2015

Tranquility and Tension

Kailtyn Wall

Monday, August 10 - Friday, August 21

This body of work is made up experiments wishing to further depict place within a mental and physical reality. These pieces are made up of deconstructed maps, which are then reconfigured into organic compositions. Layering, in this body of work, demonstrates how locations are not singular, but complex spaces.

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Wake Up

Kelsy Gossett

Monday, August 24 - Friday, September 4

Reception: August 26 at 5 p.m.

This exibit explores vulnerability and intimacy through a series of photographs taken moments after her subjects awake in the morning. The photographs speak to the beauty and honesty of an individual before they become fully aware of their own insecurities.

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No Thing is Everything

Alexander Moore

Tuesday, September 8 -Friday, September 18

The process of fulfillment is a chaotic composition of countless random elements. The process encourages us, as humans, to look inwards, to one's core, and outward's to one's environment in search of emotional clarity.

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KaCey Green

Monday, September 21 -Friday, October 2

The artworks in this exhibit explore the idea of intricate detail, and pushes it to its limits. Here, I wanted to take identifiable figures and experiment with line, form, and color to express the dynamic beauty of detail in a creative way.

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Wichita State in Turkey-
3000 Years of History

Monday, October 5 - Friday, October 16

In March of 2014, a group of WSU photography students from the School of Art Design and Creative Industries traveled to Turkey.  They visited several geographical areas and photographed sites ranging from 3000 year-old Roman cities to Contemporary Art Museums.
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Social Justice, Portraits of Change

Michael Campbell

Monday, October 19 - Friday, October 30

Human history is plagued with oppression.  Some special people have taken it upon themselves to stand up against subjugation.  Inspired by Gordon Parks, famed artist and civil rights photographer, I hope to showcase personalities and events pertinent to social change.
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23rd Annual Elements Multi-Media Art Exhibit

Wichita State student arists displaying various mediums will be featured in this annual juried exhibit.

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Ethan Welch

Monday, November 16 - Tuesday, November 24

As World AIDS Day approaches on December 1st, “Together” reflects how HIV and AIDS is currently affecting Wichita and the surrounding Sedgwick county community. Combatting the stigma that surrounds the HIV virus can only happen as we educate ourselves.


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Rhonda Davis

Monday, November 30 - Friday, December 18

Visual Response to the environment of Joshua Tree, California.

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