Migrantes is an exhibition dually created by photographer Adam Ferguson and the subjects in the images. Ferguson traveled to migrant camps along the Mexican border to photograph and interview migrants on their journey from their homeland to their aspirational destination.

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Southbound: Photographs of and about the New South

Southbound: Photographs of and about the New South comprises fifty-five photographers’ visions of the South over the first decades of the twenty-first century. Accordingly, the 220 photographs in the exhibition offer a composite image of the region. The photographs echo stories told about the South as a bastion of tradition, as a region remade through Americanization and globalization, and as a land full of surprising realities.

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(Virtually) Unstoppable

(Virtually) Unstoppable showcases the work of four senior Studio Art majors: Dylan Hicks, Greta Kresse, Myca Treat, and Arthur Trickett-Wile. Graduating in May 2021, the work presented in this exhibition reflects their year-long capstone experience at Hendrix College. Exploring their individual interests in the media of their choice, these pieces represent the culmination of their studio experience as undergraduates. Additional information about the Studio Art program at Hendrix College is available at

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Kensuke Yamada: Ramune Candy Roll

Kensuke Yamada: Ramune Candy Roll features nine life-sized youthful figures created for the opening of the Windgate Museum of Art. Yamada’s sculptures are an expression of his innate playfulness and tempered by his respect for the universality of the human experience. The exhibition is viewable through the Window Gallery of the Windgate Museum of Art.

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art@hendrix! celebrates the artistic life of Hendrix College prior to the WMA’s opening. The exhibition includes 94 pieces of artwork created or collected by alumni and former and current faculty and staff, as well as significant works from the Hendrix permanent collection and artworks courtesy of the Historic Arkansas Museum.

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Let Us March On

Let Us March On reveals how the efforts of the Black Lives Matter movement has motivated activism in Arkansas. Protests became prominent in Arkansas with demonstrations in Little Rock, Conway, Brinkley, Helena-West Helena, and more.

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