Upcoming Exhibitions & Lectures

York College Galleries (Wolf Hall, Main Campus)

Jeremy Tarr: Et it Arcadia Ego
August 22 – October 5, 2022
York College Galleries (campus)
Opening Reception: August 26, 4:00 PM
Artist Lecture: October 5, 7:00 PM, DeMeester

Jeremy Tarr’s work crosses the disciplines of performance, video, sculpture, painting, and photography; dealing with post-industrial settings, their decay, abandonment and the new narratives that emerge from within and constructed around them.  The Pittsburgh native has had recent solo exhibitions in New York and Germany.

Firoz Mahmud: Early Episodes (True Never Lies)
October 20 – November 22, 2022
York College Galleries (campus)
Lecture/Reception: October 20, 5:30 PM, DeMeester

Bangladesh-born artist Firoz Mahmud is known for his large scale, research-based art projects and installations. Mahmud’s mixed media works engage his cultural and political heritage, touching on themes like war and conflict, legacies of the Bengal region, and dreams of immigrant families in new lands.

Visiting Lecture: Dread Scott
November 16, 2022, 7:00 PM,
DeMeester Recital Hall

Dread Scott makes revolutionary art that propels history forward. A 2021 Guggenheim Fellow, his work is exhibited internationally, including exhibitions at MoMA PS1, the Walker Art Center, and Gallery MOMO in South Africa, and is in the collections of the Whitney Museum and Brooklyn Museum.


Marketview Arts (37 W Philadelphia St, Downtown)

Jeannine Dabb ’20: Fulcrum
(10th Annual Appell Fellowship Exhibition)
June 2 – July 2, 2022
Gallery Hall (3rd Floor, Marketview Arts)
Artist Talk: June 2, 6:00 PM (In person by invitation, Open to the public via Zoom)
First Friday Reception: June 3, 5:00 – 9:00 PM

The Appell Arts Fellowship is an 11-month residency program awarded to a graduate of York College’s art program. The Fellowship supports both the Downtown York Arts District and the continued artistic growth of the Fellow. This exhibition, the Fellowship’s culminating experience, attests to the latter.

Lindsey Lively: Detectable Change
July 15 – September 2, 2022, Marketview Arts
First Friday Closing Reception: September 2, 5:00 PM, Marketview Arts

Memory and perception, roles within the nuclear family, gender roles and stereotypes, the relationship between abstraction and representation, and the psychological impact of paint handling are themes in the work of Lindsey Lively, Colorado-based artist and MFA in painting recipient from Cranbrook Academy of Art.