The Clough-Hanson Gallery, located in Clough Hall, brings to campus four exhibitions of contemporary art from September through March. Shows run two to six weeks and are open to the Rhodes community and visitors. In April and early May, the gallery hosts two student exhibitions: the Juried Student Exhibit and the Senior Thesis Exhibit. Please contact the gallery director, Joel Parsons, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (901) 843-3442 if you should have any questions.
Tuesday-Saturday, 11 a.m. - 5 p.m. (Closed Sundays and Mondays)
The Jessie L. Clough Art Memorial for Teaching
In 1953, Etta Hanson gave to the college an important collection of Asian woodcut prints, porcelains, fabrics, and other objects that she and her sister had collected. Named in honor of Jessie L. Clough, the collection forms the basis of the college′s art collection. Selected objects from the collection are periodically displayed in the Clough-Hanson Gallery and are used for teaching.
Lillian and Morrie Moss Lecture Series
Often in tandem with Clough-Hanson exhibitions, the Art Department hosts an impressive annual lecture series, made possible by the Lillian and Morrie Moss Endowment for the Visual Arts. The Moss lecture series brings notable artists, art historians and museum professionals to campus for formal lectures and classroom sessions.
From Brian Pera’s show titled “I Thought I Might Find You Here: an exhibition by Brian Pera.” The show ran in Clough-Hanson Gallery from January 23 to February 21, 2015. Photo by Chip Pankey
Jingwen Luo's installation piece, "Drowning," from the 2015 Spring Senior Thesis Show. Photo by Chip Pankey
“CHURCH: by Sebura & Gartelman” ran in Clough-Hanson Gallery from September 4 – October 10, 2015.