The 8th Biennial Member Show
April 18 to July 1, 2022
FREE Gallery Opening 
5:30 – 7:30pm on April 22, 2022
Followed by Mufaro's Beautiful Daughters
This multi-media group show invites Fitton Center Members to display kids' art, adult contemporary works, and family heirlooms side-by-side, spotlighting inherited talents and the timeless power of visual expression.

Exhibition Season Sponsor: City of Hamilton
Past Exhibitions
In case you missed it, here are the most recent exhibitions Connolly has participated in. 
Field Exchange Exhibit at Meyer Gallery, University of Cincinnati
October 11 - November 22, 2021
Field Exchange is a collaborative studio and workshop series that utilizes new pedagogical structures for teaching and learning within expanded practice. Organized by Mrinalini Aggarwal, Assistant Professor of Fine Arts, and Adrienne Dixon, MFA Candidate of Fine Arts 2022, this series offers students and faculty across 5 departments at DAAP shared spaces for experimentation and process-based inquiry. Addressing a variety of themes at the intersections of aesthetics, politics, technology, ecology, objects, environments and the body, the studio workshops have resulted in a collaborative exhibition hosted at the DAAP Studio Annex featuring process-installations co-created by UC students and faculty.
Fitton Center for Creative Arts' 50th Anniversary Hamilton Current Regional Art Competition
May 28th - July 9, 2021
Karen Connolly was invited to display Chakaia as Honorable Mention during the 50th Anniversary Regional Art Competition at the Fitton Center for the Creative Arts in the Monument Gallery from May 28th through July 9th, 2021. This will include an ongoing outdoor digital projection of selected artworks from 8:00 pm to 12:00 am each night.
April 12 - May 8, 2021
The sculpture Chakaia was on display at Pyramid Hill for this event from April 12th through May 8th.  Karen Connolly spoke during the Art Walk to discuss the work and the inspiration behind it along with other University of Cincinnati DAAP students.
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