1933—Year of the Monster:
Painted dispatches of wonder, chicanery, and optics on the shores of Loch Ness
On View: March 24–April 29, 2017
Reception: Wednesday, April 26, 6–8 p.m.
Findings: Alumni / Student Collaboration
On View: February 4–March 8, 2017
Reception: Saturday, February 4, 4–6 p.m.
Featuring work by alumni / mentors: Marika Bennett, Peter Morse, and Claire Bennett Roll
Vining’s Shakespeare: Highlights from the Edward Payson Vining Collection
On View: December 9, 2016–January 1, 2017
Reception: December 9, 2016, 7–9 p.m.
On Friday, Dec. 9, selections of 16th- and 17th-century sources relating to Shakespeare will be featured in a special event marking the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s works. Vining’s Shakespeare: Highlights from the Edward Payson Vining Collection will be on display in the Barrington Center for the Arts on the campus of Gordon College through January 1, 2017. The opening reception on December 9th, which begins at 7 p.m., will feature theater artist Karin Coonrod, one of the most acclaimed interpreters of Shakespeare in the country.
This exhibition, curated jointly by curator Mary-Ellen Smiley and French Prof. Damon DiMauro, is an exciting collaboration of Shakespeare’s works, Vining’s insights and the performing arts. One of the important works that will be display is an original 1632 Shakespeare second folio featuring all of Shakespeare’s plays.
For more information, contact email@example.com.
On View: October 22–December 2, 2016
Reception: Saturday, October 22, 4–6 p.m.
FIELD VISIONS: MASAKO KAMIYA, NATHAN MINER, AND LYNDA SCHLOSBERG
FACULTY ALUMNI RECENT WORK
KENNETH STEINBACH: The Machine in the Ghost
21st CENTURY MONOCHROME
WAYNE ADAMS IS SPEAKING IN TONGUES
TIM HARNEY: My Mother's Hands, My Father's Heart: Paintings and Collages, 2000–2012
FIORE/DRAWING: The Drawings and Watercolors of Joseph A. Fiore
FROM MY BOOK: Installations by Jay Walker
MONOTYPE GUILD OF NEW ENGLAND: 3rd National Juried Exhibition
QU4RTETS: Paintings by Bruce Herman and Makoto Fujimura
ALLISON LUCE: Ancient Expanse
SEEING CHRIST IN THE DARKNESS: Georges Rouault as Graphic Artist
WORK: Curse or Calling?
TROPE & TRAPEZE: New Work by Edward Knippers
ROSE OLSON: Color, Soft as Memory
DIANE AYOTT: Beyond Measure
MATTHEW BALLOU: Redeeming Tensions
Thaddeus Beal: Rhythm and (Re)Emergence
Drawing As Encounter
Tangible Dreams of a Dying Explorer
Host & Hunger: Recent Work by Jim Zingarelli
Current Work: By Adjunct Art Faculty of Gordon College
Magnificat: Recent Work by Bruce Herman and Tanja Butler on the Life of the Virgin Mary
Russian Photography: From the Soviet Era to the 1990s
Looking Comes First
Susan Heideman: Approaching the Liminal
Field Report: Works by Members of The Boston Printmakers
The Next Generation: Contemporary Images of Faith
Highly Favored: Contemporary Images of the Virgin Mary
Standing on One Foot (Work by Barbara Grad, Heejung Kim, Lauren O'Neal, and Jedediah Morfit)
House as a Fortress (Prints by Dan Steeves)
Icon and Logos (Sandra Bowden Retrospective)
Sacra Conversazione (Work by Tanja Butler and Tyrus Clutter)
Archetype & Whimsy (Work by Erica Daborn, Donna Dodson, Renata Fryshara, Shaun McNiff, and Rob Roy)
Recent Work of Gordon Alumni (Michelle Arnold, Anthony Falcetta, Jon MacAdam, and Truitt Seitz)