Previous Exhibitions


Abdulrahman Naanseh: The Kingdom of Red Lines

Stephanie Benassi: Money, Beauty, Rank

Jennifer Lillis: COMMON MISCONCEPTIONS: idealized notions of a pre-historic world

“We Make Comics!” New Works from Mason’s Dynamic Publishing Class

Generation Lines


Conjuring Presence

Sanctuary: The Zines Edition


Call & Response: Structures

Kate Fitzpatrick: Echo Impressions


D(C)MV Comics: Comics Community, Process, and Publishing in Metro D.C.

Call & Response: Transmogrify

Extended Image: Allure of the Locale

Adriana Monsalve: Diaspora Diction – Mason Libraries Artist-in-Residence

J. Carrier: Elementary Calculus

What Sparks Poetry

It’s Personal: Zines, Artists’ Books, Etc.


[Land]scape: An Exhibition Featuring Visual Arts MFA Candidates

Call & Response: Borders

Mel Parada: Rethinking Lines

Nikki Brugnoli: Convergence

Origins: ELEMENTS Group Exhibition

Germany: Integrating Immigrants (Special exhibition with Mason Dept. of Modern Languages and the German Embassy in Washington, D.C.)

Kate Fitzpatrick: Asemic Manuscript


Erika Hopkins: TEAR/TORN

Call + Response 2017: INVISIBLE

Our Comics, Ourselves: Identity, Expression, and Representation in Comic Art

Process Logs: Prints, Plates, and Sketches from Navigation Press at George Mason University

Oh, Joy Unbounded! Gilbert & Sullivan (with Mason Library’s Special Collections Research Center)

Flying Words: Nahid & Nasrin Navab


End Cycle: Christopher Kardambikis

Call & Response 2016: CURRENTS

Renewable: Jonathan Lee

Sealing Place: Impressions of Rome

Verbal/Visual 2016


Al-Mutanabbi Street Starts Here


Interlude: Student Video Art Competition

Call & Response 2015: Lineage

Picturing Performance: Music, Dance, and Theater Imagery from Mason Libraries’ Special Collections

Gastronomy in the Gallery: Collecting Cookery & Culture

The Sleep Series: Sarah Irvin

Verbal/Visual: The Texts and Influences behind Mason’s MFA Artists


Women’s Voices, Women’s Visions

Selected Works: Creative Pursuits of Mason Libraries Staff

Artists’ Maps