#FirstFriday: April Exhibitions We Love!

March 30, 2022 by

Highlighting exhibitions that feature the work of WSW artists, we share the shows near and far that make up our monthly must-see list.

New York

Image courtesy of Emily Lambert

Emily Lambert (Studio Intern ’94) has a solo show, All in Alive, at Freight + Volume Gallery. The show opening will be on Friday April 8, 2022 from 6pm-8pm and will be on view until May 7, 2022.

Image courtesy of Tate Klacsman, Sonata in Aqua – Falcon and Turtle, 2021, linocut and polyester lithography with ink, acrylic, colored pencil, pastel on marbled gray paper, 31 x 49.5”

Tate Klacsman (Studio Workspace Residency ’15) has a solo show, Habitat, at the Thompson Giroux Gallery in Chatham. The show will be open from April 9, 2022 until May 8, 2022.


Imin Yeh (Artist Book Residency Grant ’19) has work in the upcoming Cake Stand Biennale hosted by the Crust Bucket Collective. The exhibition has over 50 artists included in an arts-walk style show around Fayetteville. The show opens April 1, 2022 and will have a cake-cutting closing reception April 2, 2022 at The University of Arkansas SculptureX Gallery from 6pm-8pm. Follow along virtually on Instagram at @the_cake_stand_biennale and @crustbucketcollective.

Breanne Trammell (Ora Schneider Regional Residency Grant ’14) has a piece titled “poets on defense” which will be on view in an exhibition titled “clock/work” at the Batesville Area Arts Council in Batesville, Arkansas from now until April 23, 2022.


Image provided by Lukaza Branfman-Verissimo

Lukaza Branfman-Verissimo (incoming Summer Arts Institute Instructor ’22) will have their upcoming MFA thesis exhibition, Rituals Here, at VCU Arts Anderson Gallery. The in-person opening reception will be on April 8, 2022 from 5pm-8pm EST, the show will be on view until April 22, 2022.


Image courtesy of Tyanna Buie, Crown Molding, Screen-Print, Hand Applied Ink, Caran D’ache, Digital Collage on Paper, 6′.6″ x 12′, 2022

Tyanna Buie (Student Residency Grantee ’12) has work in a group exhibition, Homebody, currently on view at the Cranbrook Art Museum. The show was recently featured as a Critic’s Pick in ArtForum. The exhibition is on view from now until June 19, 2022.


Image courtesy of Kat Richards,  Night Crawler, monoprint, 30″x40″, 2022

Kat Richards (Studio Workspace Residency ’22 and incoming SAI Instructor ’22) has work in a two-person show titled A Stones Throw at Stop-Gap Projects in Columbia, Missouri. The show is currently up from now until Sunday, April 10, 2022 and the gallery is open by appointment.


Kelly Taylor Mitchell (Studio Workspace Residency ’21) has a solo show, Preaching to the Choir, on view at the Callanwolde Fine Arts Center. The show is currently up from now until May 15, 2022.

Alberta, Canada

Image courtesy of Elizabeth Rose,

Elizabeth Rose (Art-in-Education Workspace Residency ’22) has a solo show, Zones / Indicators, opening at Alberta Printmakers Studio. The show will be on view from Friday April 1, 2022 until Friday May 13, 2022.

Gothenburg, Sweden

Image courtesy of Sofi Hagman, Pensile I, etching, 50×100 cm, 2022

Sofi Hagman (Malmö Studio Residency ’19) has a self-titled solo exhibition at the Grafik I Vast Gallery in Gothenburg, Sweden. The exhibition will be open from April 2, 2022 – April 27, 2022.


Andrea Chung (Studio Residency Grant ’16) will be a keynote speaker at the Art Hx 2022 Symposium: curative / spaceswhich is being hosted virtually through Princeton University from Thursday, April 28 – Friday, April 29, 2022.

Are you a WSW alumnx with exhibition news to share? Email info about your upcoming show to [email protected],
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