Current Exhibitions

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Through November 2022

Mathemalchemy is a room-sized math and art installation developed by the Duke math professor Ingrid Daubechies in collaboration with fiber artist Dominique Ehrmann and a team of 24 artistic mathematicians and mathematical artists, including Juniata College math professor Kim Roth. Mathemalchemy takes the “common substance” of math and transforms it into a creative endeavor, a vehicle for exploring the world and generating innovative responses to it.
Black and White

Through September 10

Few things in life are black and white. Explore a group of art works from the Museum's collection that utilize both the contrast and nuance of black and white.



The JCMA presents exhibitions that offer unique perspectives and opportunities for both critical and casual conversations across the academic and local communities. Museum staff, faculty, and students regularly select and display objects from the museum’s collection to explore concepts or interpretive approaches. Exhibitions of works lent to the museum on a temporary basis expand access to a wide range of visual material. And students working in fine arts media benefit from opportunities to present work in a professional context. Periodic events for the college and/or local communities encourage shared enjoyment of the arts. We invite you to visit frequently to see what’s new on view!