The Evelyn Peeler Peacock Gallery has been host to a number of member and juried regional exhibitions throughout the years. Here are a few:
2016 Inspired by Black Voices of Corning Exhibition
Artists were invited to reflect on the theme and topics on display in the Black Voices of Corning project. Artists considered themes such as the relationships between identity and place, between voices and histories, and between freedom and expression. These themes may be considered broadly and can include issues of race, sexual orientation, class, gender expression, and ethnicity.
Artwork by Yolanda Daliz
2016 Seeing Light Exibition
A regional juried glass art exhibition inspired by the theme of the 2016 Glass Art Society Conference, Creating Context: Glass in a New Light. This exhibition was on display throughout 2016 Glassfest and the 2016 GAS Conference.
Artwork by Dan Mirer
2015 Fall Member Exhibtion
Artwork by Martha Manikas-Foster
2015 Traverse Exhibition
Featuring Two Galleries, One Show, this was a collaborative juried exhibition between The ARTS Council and 171 Cedar Arts Center. Traversing both space and size, this exhibition envisioned an examination of the small and large, the 2D and 3D, and the spaces in which we encounter them.
Artwork featuring a variety of member artists