Upcoming Exhibitions

Megan Gecker: A dream that comes in color

May 31 - September 30, 2024 at Dumke Arts Plaza  |  Opening reception Friday, May 31 from 6 - 8 p.m.

Megan Geckler's A dream that comes in color is a vibrant, kaleidoscopic declaration of the beauty of differences coming together in harmony. It is a large-scale, site-specific installation artwork that uses hyper-colorful, recyclable PVC film, integrated seamlessly with the architecture of the site to inspire, uplift, and provide a space for contemplation at Dumke Arts Plaza.

This programming is generously supported by Weber County RAMP, the Mark E. & Lola G. Austad Endowment, Jack and Bonnie Wahlen, WSU's Lindquist College of Arts & Humanities, Ogden City Arts, Weber Student Fees and the Utah Division of Arts & Museums.

it so happened: Guest curated by Kellie Bornhoft

May 31 - September 30, 2024 at Dumke Arts Plaza (video screen)  |  Opening reception Friday, May 31 from 6 - 8 p.m.

Featuring work by: Sabine Gruffat, Lynn Kim, Alicia Little, Hope Tucker, Jacklyn Brickman, Kelsey Paschich & Kevin Abbott

it so happened is a colorful collection of moving-image works that unveil their own making. Each of these works takes on a different approach to image-making that blurs the lines between technological and hand-processed methods. Hope Tucker processes cyanotypes in the desert sand as a narrative antidote to radiation exposure for downwinders in Utah Canyon, Sabine Gruffat laser-cut individual frames of 35mm filmstrips, Alicia Little archives the material becomings of impromptu sculptures, Lynn Kim recreates a dream through hand-drawn animation and Jacklyn Brickman, Kelsey Paschich and Kevin Abbott document a collaborative performance. 

This programming is generously supported by Weber County RAMP, the Mark E. & Lola G. Austad Endowment, Jack and Bonnie Wahlen, WSU's Lindquist College of Arts & Humanities, Ogden City Arts, Weber Student Fees and the Utah Division of Arts & Museums.