The Ulrich invites you to participate in the opening celebration of a 30 year retrospective of Kevin Mullins’ work. We encourage WSU students, faculty and staff to join members of the community in shared discovery, exchange and delight. Receptions feature art, music, refreshments and fun.
Kevin Mullins was known for producing compelling, complex, luminous, lyrical surfaces. He was at the height of his career when he passed away suddenly in March of 2018. A celebration of his work and life seems most fitting as his artistic career included 15 years at the Ulrich Museum as Exhibitions Curator.
The Ulrich Museum of Art is proud to organize a retrospective of Kevin’s work, opening Friday, April 12. The exhibit, co-curated by Ann Resnick and Dan Rouser, will celebrate 30 years of Kevin’s work drawn from private and public collections including the Ulrich’s recent acquisition, God Blind Me, 2017. In addition, the Ulrich is pleased to produce a limited-edition catalogue to accompany the exhibit, featuring essays by David Butler, Elizabeth Dunbar, Bill North, Mike Odom and David Reed.