Shreepad Joglekar and Morgan Ford Willingham

August 22 - September 19, 2020


In the Kirmser Gallery:
Non-Places of Intelligence - the artwork of Shreepad Joglekar

The photographs of Shreepad Joglekar center on the day-to-day environments that over time forge our social identities. His current work engages with the representations of a different world that are embedded in the simulated environments of Fort Riley army installation training sites.
Shreepad Joglekar is originally from India and is currently an Associate Professor of Art at Kansas State University.

The Approximate Color of Religion by Shreepad Joglekar

The Approximate Color Of Religion, Live Fire Village #6, Fort Riley, Kansas by Shreepad Joglekar

In the Edelman Gallery:
Beautify - the artwork of Morgan Ford Willingham

Exploring how natural beauty is masked by the use of cosmetics and how advertising language is absorbed into the subconscious have been the subjects of Ford Willingham's photographic artwork for several years. The newest phase of her series references the symbolism of the female, Renaissance portrait.
Morgan Ford Willingham is currently an Assistant Professor of Photography at Emporia State University in Kansas.

Masked 23 shine by Morgan Ford Willingham

MASKED 23 shine by Morgan Ford Willingham
All MAC gallery exhibits are free and open to the public.

Meet the artists at the opening reception on Fri. August 21, 5-6:30pm.

(No food or drinks will be served. Please wear a mask while at MAC.)

Gallery Season Sponsor: 

Platinum Sponsor:
Strecker Nelson West Gallery