The exhibit opened Jan. 30 and closes April 1.
Open until Oct. 8, the Stamp Gallery highlights the potential that art forms have to create new art of their own.
"Alternative Universe: Visualizing Queer Futurisms" ran for two months at the gallery.
The art exhibit will be on display until May 15 at the Stamp Student Union.
Three Black artists submitted work to the exhibit, including one university alumna.
The studio continues to offer free workshops, along with paid classes.
Central American artists from across the U.S. come together to display their unique experiences.
Five artists answer important questions.