The Wright Museum's featured exhibitions are made possible with generous support from the George S. Parker II Endowed Fund.
Connecting through Collecting
April 18—May 15, 2022
Virtually everyone collects something at some point in their life, and they each have a story to tell about why they do it. What causes this impulse to collect? What do we do with the items we collect? What is their value? To whom are they valuable? And what does what we collect tell us about ourselves?
December 2, 2021–March 18, 2022
Since moving to New York in 1979, the internationally recognized activist and photographer Donna Ferrato has had a career that has, documented, engaged, and propelled two generations of the feminist movement. This exhibition provides a survey of her work as a lens through which to see how that movement has evolved, from the first domestic violence shelters to #MeToo, from sex clubs to courtrooms deciding the future of reproductive justice.