Exhibits Production Gallery

Feb 21, 2017 How can personal narratives help most accurately contextualize the complex cultural histories, identity, and collective memory of the brutality of the British India Partition? It has been 70 years since the British India Partition, an event that marked the end of the colonial rule of British India and the creation of India and Pakistan. The event was marked by brutal violence between Hindus and... more
Feb 16, 2017 An opening reception for the exhibition of paintings by local artist Joanna Bunker Rohrbaugh in the Karen Aqua Gallery will be held on Friday, February 24 at 5:30. The paintings will be on view until April 7, 2017. This event is free and open to the public. Karen Aqua Gallery Cambridge Community Television 438 Massachusetts Ave more
Jan 31, 2017 The Career Place is once again hosting a Multi-Industry Job Fair Wednesday, February 15th (with a snow date of February 16th) from 1:00 -3:00 pm at The Career Place in Woburn. There will be 14 exhibitors with a wide range of PT & FT openings. For event information, follow this link to our website: http://www.thecareerplace.org/jobfair/index.html more
Jan 23, 2017 Artist Gerry Bergstein uses his studio floor as “an archaeological site in which to explore my own mind.” For over a decade, he has added paint and collage to an ever-evolving studio installation that serves as a figurative and literal starting point for his artwork. The pieces in Bergstein’s upcoming show at the Chandler Gallery combine photographs of his studio collage with additional visual... more
Jan 13, 2017 VanDernoot Gallery, University Hall, Lesley University 1815 Massachusetts Avenue Cambridge, Massachusetts 02140 We are delighted to partner with the Boston LGBTQIA Artist Alliance (BLAA) for their upcoming exhibition, which will be held at the University’s VanDernoot Gallery in Porter Square, Cambridge from January 31 – March 4, 2017. LGBTQIA-identifying artists residing in the state of... more
Jan 13, 2017 Environmental Arts @ Lesley is a juried show of artwork by Lesley students, faculty, staff, and alumni. It was put together by Environmental Arts and Education faculty Young Song and juried by environmental artist Lynn Hull. The show encourages appreciation of elements of nature and their innate aesthetic, and to create vehicles for raising awareness about broader environmental issues and... more
Jan 10, 2017 Students standing for something…what do you stand for? January 26 – February 21, 2017 Lunder Arts Center Raizes Gallery 1801 Massachusetts Ave Cambridge, MA Gallery Hours Monday: closed Tuesday and Wednesday: 9:00 am – 6:00 pm Thursday: 9:00 am – 8:00 pm Friday: 9:00 am – 6:00 pm Saturday and Sunday: 12:00 – 5:00 pm 1st Annual College of Art and Design BFA Juried Exhibition If there were ever a... more
Jan 10, 2017 Can a portrait provide a sense of universal truth to a viewer in order to promote health or well-being or to the degree of saving a life? Can a painting promote a sense of community, a presence of fraternity and sisterhood or general camaraderie while challenging systematic or cultural injustices? Can art serve as a bastion of safety while acting as a civil “call to arms” or by simply alarming... more
Dec 27, 2016 “Any successful photograph is a gift,” says photographer Robin Z. Boger. “A gift of place, of people and of spirit.” In an upcoming show at the Chandler Gallery, Boger’s photographs of city and rural life in Cuba appear alongside Sean Kernan’s photographs taken at a boxing club in Kampala, Uganda. “We both went into other universes than our own,” says Kernan. “But our responses were quite... more
Dec 21, 2016 Join us on Thursday January 19 for a public screening of the most recent work produced by the participants of the School Year Production Program. Students have been working since October on a diverse mix of projects that tell the stories of what they think is important from their own perspectives. The screening is free and open to the public. more
Dec 21, 2016 Join us on Thursday January 19 for a public screening of the most recent work produced by the participants of the School Year Production Program. Students have been working since October on a diverse mix of projects that tell the stories of what they think is important from their own perspectives. The screening is free and open to the public. more
Nov 18, 2016 An exhibition of artwork by students from New England Preparatory schools. Students are challenged to activate a 12x12(x12) work of art around the concept or theme of identity. This project is intended to provide high school students with the opportunity to exhibit work in a university setting, alongside the work of their peers from other AANEPS schools. As an institution with a long history of... more
Nov 18, 2016 The BFA Graduate exhibition highlights the work and accomplishments of graduates of Lesley University College of Art and Design’s Bachelor of Fine Arts program. The work will be on display from December 2 – 18, 2016. The exhibition features painting, photography, sculpture, digital media, installation and more, charting the many ways contemporary artists engage with contemporary practice. BFA... more
Oct 14, 2016 Allston Arts District celebrates 30th annual Open Studios. Saturday and Sunday, November 12-13, noon to 6pm. 1 Braintree Street, 119 Braintree Street and the Harvard Ed Portal on 224 Western Avenue, Allston See original works from 40 artists: painting, sculpture, drawing, photography, original design clothing and accessories, hand crafted soy candles and soaps, jewelry, photo art coasters and... more
Oct 6, 2016 “Birches have nearly taken over my studio,” says artist Marja Lianko, whose upcoming show at the Chandler Gallery features paintings and sculpture depicting—and, in some cases, made of—trees, bark and branches. Lianko is a fixture in the Boston art scene. She taught at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts for 23 years, and has shown her work at the MFA, the Fogg Museum, the DeCordova, the Rose... more
Sep 16, 2016 An exhibit by professional photographer and artist Mark Teiwes (MFA '16), who used a camera-less process to shoot photosensitive material and literally document the effects of a gunshot. What does a gunshot look like? Not a gunshot's obvious human toll, as seen in so many high-profile cases, but the actual shot itself? Artist's Statement: Using a camera-less process, I shoot photosensitive... more
Aug 23, 2016 “I wanted to challenge myself to represent water in unexpected ways,” says artist Wendy Prellwitz. The paintings and monotypes in her upcoming show at the Chandler Gallery juxtapose night with day, solidity with fluidity, and the concrete with the unknowable while depicting water in abstracted textures and shades of magenta, orange and black. The exhibition is part of the annual Spirit Awards... more
Aug 19, 2016 Please join us for the gala opening of the exhibition Irving Penn: Beyond Beauty. 100% of the proceeds from this event will benefit scholarships for talented art students who have significant financial need in order to achieve their dreams of a college education and a career in the arts. Join arts, fashion, and business leaders for an evening of fine food and wine, music, a silent auction of... more
Aug 2, 2016 Please join CCTV's Summer Media Institute for a screening of their work on Thursday, August 11 at 6 pm. more
Aug 2, 2016 Maud Morgan Arts faculty members Jasmine Baetz, Nina Berinstein, Rachel Eng, Jessica Gaddis, Zachary Mickelson, and Tiffany Playford showcase the versatility of ceramics in this group show. Their diverse styles encompass pottery (both functional and decorative), sculpture, mixed media, and clay “paintings.” Gallery hours 10am-5pm. Opening reception August 18, 6-8pm. more
Jun 24, 2016 We are bearing witness to the highest level of mass migration in human history. The office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) estimates that conflict, generalized violence, and human rights violations couple with drought, disease, and a lack of work, shelter, food, and clean water has forcibly displaced over 58 million people. This number is much higher when... more