The Howard University Department of Art is proud to present its 3rd virtual faculty exhibition.
The 52th Faculty Exhibition marks a significant milestone in the history of the Department of Art. Since our founding in 1921, exemplary faculty have progressively advanced the visual art discourse. The Department of Art faculty have served as a fount of artistic knowledge for cultural trends and cutting-edge creative technologies in facilitating the highest quality of artistic skills, scholarly research, and critical visual commentary. We build on the stellar traditions of legacy artist-scholars, James V. Herring and James A. Porter, as well as those whose artworks inaugurated the first faculty exhibitions such as: Loïs Mailou Jones, Albert V. Carter, Jeff Donaldson, Alexander “Skunder” Boghossian, Ed Love, and Tritobia Hayes Benjamin.
We invite you—near and far—to take a virtual walk through our faculty’s creative research and artistic expressions in the 50th Faculty Exhibition.