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Tracy Bettencourt Light within Darkness: Shine On
Through July 12, 2020

Jostens Gallery Tracy is an artist and advocate for persons with disabilities. The Clarksville artist began to lose her eyesight in her early thirties due to a hereditary eye disease. She uses her hands as brushes to create her vibrant paintings. Tracy says of her work, “My paintings reflect hope, adversity, love, strength and determination. I put my heart, soul and insight into every piece of artwork I create.”

Wonders of the West
Through July 12, 2020
KIMBROUGH GALLERY | SPONSORED BY HEIMANSOHN STEEL & SALVAGE

Wonders of the West features artwork and artifacts celebrating the Western region of the United States through scenic landscapes, Native American relics and ACME boot products. Artwork included in the exhibit comes from the Booth Western Art Museum in Cartersville, Georgia, as well as from many Tennessee artists.

The Artwork of HAPI (Healing Arts Project, Inc.)
Through July 4 | Harvill Gallery

This exhibit features art by students of the Healing Arts Project, Inc. (HAPI) out of Nashville. Healing Arts Project, Inc. provides artistic opportunities for persons in mental health and addiction recovery to promote healing, community awareness and inclusion.

Reimagined Lore: The Art of Tara Swalgren
TBD
Orgain Gallery

This animal-themed mixed media exhibition showcases the work of local artist & APSU graduate Tara Swalgren. She is currently an art instructor at Madsion Street Art & Music Academy in Clarksville. Swalgren explains, “I want to create these intricate and beautiful creatures that we only see and hear about in folk lore or our fantasies. I want to bring them into our reality, our view. To allow us to gaze upon something so fantastical that it can only be made through art.

Celebrating the 25th Anniversary of the Dunwody Boehm Porcelain Collection
Through July 12, 2020
Crouch Gallery | Sponsored by Fred & Judy Landiss

Edward Marshall Boehm, with no formal art training, started his porcelain studio in Trenton, New Jersey in 1950. The works he created have been collected by museums and other institutions throughout the world, including the White House, the Vatican and the Smithsonian Institute. Also, among his patrons were Britain’s Royal Family and several American presidents. We’ll celebrate the 25 year anniversary of the collection by displaying it in its entirety with an exhibition sponsored by Judy and Fred Landiss, founders of the Museum’s Dunwody Boehm Porcelain Collection.

Women of the Neighborhood
March 1–June 21, 2020
Museum Lobby

In celebration of Women’s History Month, this exhibit will feature traditional costumes and artifacts from different cultures. The collection of items on display are from women from many countries and cultures who now call Clarksville home. The countries represented include South Korea, India and Jamaica, to name a few. Join us at the Museum to kick-off Women’s History Month on Sunday, March 1, from 1:30–3:30 p.m. for dance and music performances and native treats!

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