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Full Deck | A Short History of Skate Art

American Series 2011 | October 1, 2011 – January 8, 2012
Presenting an anthology of skate art from the 1960’s to the present. Over 300 skateboard decks borrowed from artists, skaters, and companies from across the country displayed, along with dozens of photographs, other original artwork, videos, and related skate culture paraphernalia.

We Are the Ship

We Are the Ship: The Story of Negro League Baseball

American Series 2012 | September 15 – November 11, 2012
Original paintings by award-winning artist Kadir Nelson which tell the story of baseball’s Negro Leagues in the first half of the twentieth century: the story of gifted athletes and determined owners, of hundreds of unsung heroes who overcame segregation, hatred, terrible conditions, and low pay to do the one thing they loved more than anything else in the world: Play Ball!


Recombination | Painting and Sculpture by Art Martin and Lee Brown

December 15, 2012 – February 4, 2013
Painter Art Martin and sculptor Lee Brown combine familiar elements and objects into new forms and relationships. Found items, both depicted and physical, are merged with others in landscape and sculptural forms, adding their own inherent and narrative characteristics, whereby the familiar becomes new or is experienced in an unfamiliar way.

Makers and Champions

Makers and Champions

South Bend’s Rich Artistic Legacy: 1841 – Present
March 23 – June 16, 2013
This exhibition offers reflections on the fine arts history of the area, and showcases important artists, people, and institutions that have contributed to the rich artistic heritage of South Bend and the surrounding area.

Moore: WimblyDrive

Somewhere There | The Role of Place in the Work of Four Local Photographers

September 21, 2013 – February 16, 2014
A sense of place locates us within the world and provides context to our experiences within it. We also identify with places as extensions of ourselves — garnering pride, nostalgia, or sometimes embarrassment in them. Without place, we feel dislocated and disjointed, afloat without an orientation. The work of local photographers Susan Moore, Steve Moriarty, Fred Slaski and Steve Toepp highlights this importance.