Holly Wilson:
Talk Story

Jan 9 - Mar 16

Holly Wilson (Delaware Nation/Cherokee) is a contemporary multi-media artist. She uses the figure as a vehicle to lure the viewer into her stories. As a storyteller, her work weaves together the threads of various narratives to create a tapestry that tells stories that are sacred and precious, personal and universal, powerful and at times volatile.

(Holly Wilson, Mother, 2011. Bronze, poplar, and steel)

Carl Nelson Gorman:
Artist, Academic and Code-Talker
Hart Hall lobby

Featuring artworks, media and photographs by and about museum founder, Carl Nelson Gorman. This exhibition is part of the FLASH! exhibit series, located in the lobby of Hart Hall and organized by museum students and interns.


Contemporary Prints: A Selection from the Museum Collection
Apr 5 - Jun 15

At the heart of the C.N. Gorman Museum's permanent collections are the works on paper. Through the generosity of artists, we have been honored to serve as a repository for several large portfolios of prints, as well as gifts by individual artists and collectors. The Spring exhibition will feature a selection of contemporary prints from the museum's collections.

(Marwin Begaye, Atseetuts'ii (Red Tail Hawk), 2016. Gift of the artist.)

Recent Acquisitions from the Southwest:
Oct 4 - Dec 7

Over the past two years, the C.N. Gorman Museum has been honored with gifts of artwork from throughout the Southwest. The Fall exhibition includes a selection of ceramics, sculpture, jewelry and weavings gifted from the private collections of John W. Brinley, Carol and Don Tallman, Masuoka Family, and Patrick V. and Mary Beth Musick.

(Doug Hyde, Market Day, 2002. Gift of Carol and Don Tallman.)