Exhibits Production Gallery

Mar 1, 2016 Thursday, April 14, 2016 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM A panel including guest curator Ruth Rogers, book artist Robin Price, SMFA librarian and artist book curator Darin Murphy, moderated by Deborah Davidson. Each of the three speakers will address this question in their thinking and work and will each have the opportunity to show images of work from their respective exhibits, collections or their own... more
Mar 1, 2016 Art students from the Boston area are invited to create a book (in any way they choose), in response to the exhibit Reading With the Senses. The books will be shown in a Pop-up exhibition on April 14, as part of the evening celebrating the show, which also includes a panel discussion with curators and book artists. Students should respond to one of the 9 ideas below, which are grouped in the 3... more
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Feb 24, 2016 February 22 - April 22, 2016 Opening Reception: March 5, 5 pm Our fourth annual show of autistic artists, which highlights the strength, genius, and creativity of autism. See works by Stefanie Sacks, Vito Bonanno, and Kimberly Gerry Tucker. The show will also feature a special exhibit by Dr. Temple Grandin. Dr. Grandin is a noted autistic who is an author, speaker, cited expert in many... more
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Feb 10, 2016 Land and Water by Phyllis Ewen February 14–May 7, 2016 Spotlight Gallery (facing Roseland St) Lunder Arts Center, Lesley University College of Art and Design 1801 Massachusetts Ave Cambridge, MA "Liminal Break 1" Water flows, seas rise, rivers flood and/or dry. Land is altered as a result of the natural movement of waters, wind, and seismic activity as well as the intervention of humankind. The... more
Feb 2, 2016 Our fundamental job as humans, cultural producers, creative thinkers and makers is to be aware of our own subjectivities and those of others. This exhibit highlights each participating artist’s interpretation of Black History, Black Empowerment, and racial injustices within a wide array of media. Participating Artists: Paul Goodnight, Lawrence Pierce, Destiny Palmer, Cedric Douglas, L'Merchie... more
Feb 2, 2016 CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Artists’ books are a hybrid relative of the traditional book and visual art: we are challenged to see and comprehend their meaning not through one dimension, such as text, but through the merging and blending of all their elements: form, materials, color, texture, words and image. “Reading with the Senses” will be on view in the Roberts Gallery of the new Lesley University... more
Jan 26, 2016 Professional artists and designers comprise an important part of the teaching faculty at the Lesley University College of Art and Design, contributing valuable practical experience and guidance to students in and out of the classroom. “Directions” will feature artwork by adjunct faculty in all departments: Animation and Motion Media, Design, Fine Arts, Illustration and Photography. “Our adjuncts... more

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