Current Exhibitions

Installation view of "Shadows: Sedalia Visual Art Association Members' Exhibition."

Sedalia Visual Art Association Members’ Exhibition: Shadows

May 26 - August 19, 2018

Members of the Sedalia Visual Arts Association will present “Shadows,” an artwork exhibit, from May 26 to Aug. 19 in the Daum Museum of Contemporary Art’s Goddard Gallery at State Fair Community College on the Sedalia campus. Museum hours are 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Friday and 1-5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Admission …

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Lester Goldman, "Acephalian Construct," 1989, acrylic and spray paint on paper.

Summertime Blues: Selections from the Collection

June 19 - August 23, 2018

Blue . . . the color of harmony, spirituality, infinity, and sadness. Artists have used blue since the time of the Egyptians, when it was derived from minerals at great expense and difficulty. It is the favorite color of the half the people questioned in an international survey. In this permanent collection review, the color …

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Matt Rahner, "Fair Man, #1, with Chicken," 2017, photograph.

Matt Rahner: Fair Pictures

June 29 - September 2, 2018

As artist-in-residence at the 2017 Missouri State Fair, photographer Matt Rahner turned his lens not on the prize-winning livestock, baked good, or homegrown produce, but on a bumper-crop of fair attendees. Rahner states, “I am constantly seeking out found situations that possess an inherent psychological complexity.” Here he has compiled a series of candid portraits …

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Carol Fleming, United Forest, 2001

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