Exhibits Gallery

Apr 24, 2018 For the past 30 years, CCTV has been a birthplace to many different kinds of significant content. From local politics to international music to 21st century enlightenment to educational videos about slime - people have been coming to this space to exercise their creative freedom and produce content that help share their message to the world. This year, we will spotlight the stories that women... more
Apr 2, 2018 Join CCTV at a screening of the films produced for the 30 Second Film Festival. This production challenge was open to the public, and provided the opportunity to produce a 30 second film over the course of a week, to be screened this Friday, May 11 at 6pm. Filmmakers will win prizes in a series of categories. Join us for what will definitely be a good time! more
Mar 22, 2018 3 artists: Celebrating Autism is the 6th annual art exhibition featuring the artwork of professional autistic artists, including Michael McManmon, Anastasia O'Melveny, and Naieer Shaheed. This year we will also feature the work of artists from previous exhibitions, including John M. Williams, Larry Bissonnette and Kimberly Gerry Tucker, among others, who have generously donated work to the... more
Mar 21, 2018 The College of Art and Design presents #SayHerName: Watch Us Werk in the VanDernoot gallery from March 20 to April 21. An artists' reception will be held on March 29 from 6-8 p.m. in the gallery. Curated by Dell M. Hamilton, the exhibition explores how art can act in creating a more just society. Whether following in the footsteps of playwright Lorraine Hansberry, remixing the aesthetics of black... more
Mar 21, 2018 The College of Art and Design is pleased to present a solo exhibition by Japanese artist Katsumi Hayakawa. This exhibition focuses on Hayakawa's architectural constructions made of paper – which continue his exploration of systems associated with technology and urban development – and his abstraction paintings. With a relationship to concrete poetry, these 3D works make visual connections between... more
Mar 14, 2018 In an effort to continue celebrating the amazing work within our Lesley community, Sherrill Library will be hosting an exhibit in their atrium highlighting two talented undergraduates, Mosheh Tucker and Rocky Cotard. They are both very well known for their work in visual arts and mixed media design, and here we seek to represent narrative and storytelling within the portraits of women from their... more
Mar 5, 2018 We begin with a Rand McNally World Atlas. A copper tube twists over, around and through the book, with numerous severed ends poking up through the cover. Like this sculpture, “Maps of Future Pipelines” by Steven Muller, the pieces in the Chandler Gallery’s upcoming “Small Works Salon 2018” encompass, pierce and skewer maps and map-making. Juror Heidi Whitman, an artist and the teacher of “Mapping... more
Feb 6, 2018 Randy Garber presents HearSay at the Lunder Arts Center Atrium through March 4. Randy will also be giving a talk about her work on March 3 from 1:30–3 p.m. Hearing impaired since infancy, Randy Garber, "resides in the sensorial gap between the deaf and hearing worlds.” Randy's prints and installations visualize what she refers to as the space between silence and sound. Her work uses traditional... more
Feb 5, 2018 One could argue that the way a story is told can be just as important as the story itself. Exploring those nuances is exactly what local artist Bill Porter intends for his new show “Impart.” In this collection, Porter will construct a stunning narrative between contrasting visuals that expresses themes of heritage, identity and the mysteries of life as seen through a child’s eyes. While these... more
Jan 19, 2018 At this printmaking show, books the size of a penny comprise a tiny library, a giant paper rose blooms in in the corner, and rolled paper strands pour down from a swirl of copper tubing. “Prints as Sculpture” at the Chandler Gallery features sculptures that utilize at least one aspect of printmaking. Curated by artists Rhoda Rosenberg and Boriana Kantcheva, the exhibit explores how adding the... more
Jan 3, 2018 The Boston Printmakers 2017 North American Print Biennial received over 1900 entries, from which 96 were accepted for exhibition. Juror Judith Brodie of the National Gallery, Washington D.C. reviewed the works to produce an exceptional selection of prints made within the past two years. Covering traditional and innovative media, the prints range in scale and dimension, one print will even grow... more
Dec 13, 2017 The Parker Gallery @ the Atrium presents Crossing / Borders, an exhibition of work that examines personal perspectives on immigration by artists whose life and work have been shaped by this identity. It features artists from many countries and includes young film makers from RAW Arts, Lesley students and alumni, and professional artists. After its stay in University Hall, the exhibition will... more
Nov 30, 2017 Artwork from Maud Morgan Arts faculty artists and Agassiz Baldwin Community staff members. Come see the range of paintings, photos, sculptures, prints, drawings and more from artists united by their connection to a community agency. more
Nov 20, 2017 Join us for Sustainable Business Network’s Local Food and Specialty Crop Trade Show on Monday, March 5th, 2017, from 8:30 AM - 3:00 PM at Northeastern University’s Curry Center. The 2018 Local Food and Specialty Crop Trade Show is designed to facilitate connections and stimulate business relationships between producers and wholesale buyers of local food, with a focus on specialty crop food... more
Oct 16, 2017 “I think a lot of artists do not like to look back at old work or even be associated with it,” says artist Aja Johnson. “But I believe there is very important artistic genetic code buried deep in those earlier works.” Johnson’s upcoming show at the Chandler Gallery charts her artistic journey from monochromatic pen-and-inks to intensely colorful acrylics. The abstract drawings and paintings... more
Oct 13, 2017 Exhibition Dates: November 8 - December 20, 2017 Cambridge Art Association is pleased to announce the 2017 Blue Biennial Juried by Vera Ingrid Grant, the director of the Ethelbert Cooper Gallery of African & African American Art at the Hutchins Center, Harvard University (2012—present). Presented at both the Kathryn Schultz (25 Lowell St) and University Place Gallery (124 Mt Auburn St).... more
Oct 13, 2017 Exhibition Dates: November 8 - December 20, 2017 Cambridge Art Association is pleased to announce the 2017 Blue Biennial Juried by Vera Ingrid Grant, the director of the Ethelbert Cooper Gallery of African & African American Art at the Hutchins Center, Harvard University (2012—present). Presented at both the Kathryn Schultz (25 Lowell St) and University Place Gallery (124 Mt Auburn St).... more
Oct 1, 2017 Health Screenings: Join us for Blood pressure check, CPR lessons, Dental screenings, Vision Screenings. Children of all ages will enjoy a police car, fire truck, building tours and a chance to meet Shriners. Masonic Open House: Joining with more than 220 Masonic lodges across the Commonwealth, the Freemasons of Cambridge Masonic Hall will open our doors to the public. If you’ve ever wondered... more
Sep 11, 2017 LASER FOCUS is a multifaceted exhibition of both two, and three-dimensional work that includes, drawing, sculpture, and interactive stop motion animation. Through layered narratives and storytelling, Johnson's work speaks to his travels and adventures through everyday life. "I think of myself as an explorer, setting out each day on an unchartered path of mediation manifested in drawing and... more
Sep 8, 2017 The saying goes “one man’s trash is another’s treasure,” but for Woomin Kim, it’s more than that: it’s art yet to be created. Her unique use of found and discarded fibers, such as glass from littered broken bottles or even old hair extensions, will be featured in an upcoming installation at the Chandler Gallery entitled “Urban Nest Project: Greater Boston.” Kim’s work is part of the 2017 Spirit... more
Sep 5, 2017 Selections of work taken from designer Vaughan Oliver’s extensive archive. The work spans design, fashion, music, and moving image. Over the years, his unique approach to design has attracted an impressive list of clients. He is noted for his work with independent record label 4AD, where he created designs for bands including the Cocteau Twins, the Pixies, Lush, the Breeders, and This Mortal Coil... more

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