Past Exhibitions



Black Womxn Lead

February 26-March 8, 2018

Black Womxn Lead culminates Mills Colleges’ 2018 celebration of Black History Month, organized by Mills College student Sela Kerr (BA ‘19).


Society of Marks

March 12-23, 2018

Collaborative exhibition of the works of Mills MFA student Amy Nathan (MFA ‘18) and Stanford MFA student Sally Scopa.



March 26-April 13, 2018

Potluck is a durational installation of work by the Mills College Studio Art MFA class of 2019 in their first year. Work by Wyatt Hall, Lacey Johnson, Danny Lulu, Michael Pedersen, Harlee Hollenkopf, Sarah Morrison, Claire Rabkin, LIndsay Rothwell, Zack Sumner Schomp, Katie Swan, Tashi Wangdhu, and Bekah Wilson.


Frog Pond Long Gone

April 18-20, 2018

"Frog Pond Long Gone” is a site-specific realization created by Music MFA student Matthew Robidoux (MFA ‘19) of a text score of the same name, written in homage to the late Pauline Oliveros.


Unconscious Motifs

May 1-9, 2018

Unconscious Motifs: When Our Eyes are Closed is a student-run exhibition, featuring the work of Julianna Lopez (BA ‘19) and Cassidy Schmitt (BA ‘19), curated by Savanna Ames (BA ‘18).



June 8-29 , 2018

The second chapter in the RELAY exhibition series. Works by Amy Nathan (MFA ‘18), Aysia Stieb, Leila Weefur (MFA ‘16), Lisa Rybovich Crallè, Dionne Lee, Chinwe Okona, Marcela Pardo Ariza, Angela Martin Berry, and Alex Martinez.


This isn't entirely about trees

August 5-12, 2018

A selection of photographs of trees (but not exactly) by Zack Sumner Schomp (MFA ‘19).


Additive Measures

September 8-October 12, 2018

A group exhibition featuring work by Mills College MFA Studio Art alumni: Rosana Castrillo Díaz, Nicole Phungrasamee Fein, Kija Lucas, James Sterling Pitt, and Simon Pyle. Curated by Mills College alumna Nora Roth.


Sad Thrills

November 9-23, 2018

2018 Mills College Book Art & Creative Writing MFA Exhibition. Installation and prints by Sofia Mena-Bell (MFA ‘19).


2018 Senior Preview Show

December 8, 2018

Students who will be exhibiting in the 2019 Senior Thesis Exhibition preview their work in conjunction with MFA Open Studios.