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Cities and Buildings: Koetter/Kim and Associates, Boston
January 8 - February 3
Founded in Boston in 1978, this firm maintains a diverse urban and architecture design practice.

Many Splendored: African Art From Regional Collections
February 9 - March 4
Over 250 objects loaned from 12 area collectors which reflect the artistic diversity of the continent.

MFA Thesis I
March 7 - March 14
On view are current works by three MFA candidates:
Chris Johnson, David Pierce, Dan DeZarn

MFA Thesis II
March 24 - March 30
On view are current works by five MFA candidates:
Emily Lambertsen, Kelly Barrett, Stacey Fletcher, Michelle Dussault, Stacey Clement

Art Buffet: 56th Annual Student Art Competition
April 6 - April 16
Kevin Concannon, Art History
Steven Hoskins, Graphic Design
Greely Myatt and Terri Jones, Fine Arts

MFA Thesis III
April 11 - April 25
On view are current works by 2 MFA printmaking candidates. Their chosen venue is Yee Haw Industries, a letterpress print shop located on South Gay Street, Knoxville.
Lee Marchalonis, Bryan Baker

The Intimate Collection: Prints From Teaberry Press
August 18-September 15
This San Francisco-based print shop features some of the most widely-recognized artists in contemporary American art including Philip Pearlstein, Pat Steir, William Wiley, Claes Oldenburg, and Jim Nutt.

Divine Humility: Jesus Icons From Contemporary Mexico
September 22-October 13
Featured are 63 color images by the Memphis-based photographer Robert Lewis which are the result of his numerous trips throughout Mexico over the past decade.

Drawn In Stone: A Portfolio Celebrating the Bicentennial of Lithography
September 22-October 13
This exchange portfolio features works by 27 artists who demonstrate the many ways contemporary printmaking continues to add to the heritage of lithography.

September 22-October 13
Five artists. all women with established careers working in different media and finding different methods to express their individual concerns and artistic interests.

September 22-October 13
Contemporary sculpture by UT assistant professor Jennifer Odem which explores the natural and artificial land formation of the earth in relationship to cultural aspects of femininity and masculinity.

Paranirvana (Self-Portrait) by Lewis DeSoto
November 17 - December 18
Lewis DeSoto's Paranirvana represents the humorous and revealing meeting point of technology, religion and biography. These areas are combined in the form of a 26' long fan inflated Buddha whose face is a self-portrait of the artist. Organized by the Samek Gallery, Bucknell University.

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