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The Art Gallery Calendar of Events Listings: April — May 2008

April 2, 2008

All events at the Art Gallery, Paul Creative Arts Center

Through April 9 - “On Gilded Pond: The Life and Times of the Dublin Art Colony” explores the art historical significance of New Hampshire’s Dublin Art Colony and the Gilded Age that made it possible. Included in the exhibition are works by more than 20 artists, including George de Forest Brush, Barry Faulkner, Alexander R. James, Rockwell Kent, Richard S. Meryman, Joseph Lindon Smith, Annetta J. St. Gaudens, Edmund Charles Tarbell, and Abbott H. Thayer.

“What's New? Recent Additions to the Collection” presents recent additions to The Art Gallery's permanent art collection including works by James Aponovich, David Aronson, Samuel Bak, Arthur Danto, Philip Evergood, Alberto Giacometti, John Hatch, Rembrandt van Rijn, Winifred Clark Shaw, May Stevens, and Sumner Winebaum.

April 19 – May 24 (closed May 5-7) – Preview reception: Friday, April 18, 6-8 p.m..“2008 Senior B.A. and B.F.A. Exhibition” features the work of Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Fine Arts degree candidates, including: Lindsay Bezich, Shawn Burke, Kimberly DeCicco, Alissa Feller, Lily Finnigan-Allen, Sean Hurley, Lauri E. Lannan, Cailin Mateleska, K.Lee Mock, Colleen Murphy, and Lindsay Forrest Wraga.

April 19 – May 4– Preview reception: Friday, April 18, 6-8 p.m.“2008 M.F.A. Thesis Exhibition (I)” Works by Master of Fine Arts degree candidates Denise Jansson and Rebecca M. Kallem are featured.

May 8 – May 24– Preview reception: Friday, May 9, 5-6:30 p.m.“2008 M.F.A. Thesis Exhibition (II)” Works by Master of Fine Arts degree candidates Erik Geoffrey Johnson and Kathi Smith are featured.

Public Programs:

April 7 – Focus on Artists film series: The Photographers. A new perspective of the world as seen through the eyes of National Geographic photographers is presented. (Warner Brothers, 2000, 56 min.) Noon, free, Room A219.

April 9 - ArtBreak: slide lecture: Joseph Lindon Smith Kristina Durocher, curator of collections, Fitchburg Museum of Art, discusses the life and work of American artist Joseph Lindon Smith. Noon, free, Room A219.

April 14 – Focus on Artists Film Series: Isamu Noguchi The life and work of the prominent Japanese American artist and landscape architect Isamu Noguchi is explored. (Home Vision Arts, 1980, 55 min.) Noon, free, Room A219.

April 21 - Focus on Artists Film Series: Robert Rauschenberg The life and work of American artist Robert Rauschenberg is explored. (WinStar, 1999, 60 min.) Noon, free, Room A219.

April 22 - ArtBreak: Gallery Talk Bachelor of Fine Arts degree candidates Lindsay Bezich, Shawn Burke, Kimberly DeCicco, Lily Finnigan-Allen, Lauri E. Lannan, and K. Lee Mock, discuss their work on view in the current 2008 Senior B.A. and B.F.A. Exhibition. 12:30 p.m. –2 p.m., free.

April 23 - ArtBreak: Gallery Talk Bachelor of Fine Arts degree candidates participating in the Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program, including: Alissa Lynn Feller, Sean Hurley, Cailin Mateleska, Coleen Murphy, and Lindsay Forrest Wraga, discuss their work on view in the current 2008 Senior B.A. and B.F.A. Exhibition. Noon – 2 p.m., free.

April 25 – Family Day Program: Fiber Collage Workshop This morning workshop for children grades 1 through 8 is designed to explore artistic possibilities with fibers and yarn. Pre-registration required. $10 materials fee.

April 28 - Focus on Artists Film Series: Georgia O’Keeffe American artist Georgia O’Keeffe’s life and work are explored. (Home Vision Arts, 1977, 60 min.) Noon, free, Room A219.

April 29 - Friends of The Art Gallery Museum Trip This day-long cultural excursion leaves from Durham, NH and travels to the Institute of Contemporary Art and Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA. Advance reservations required by April 8. Call The Art Gallery, at 2-3712 for more information.

April 30 - ArtBreak: Gallery Talk Master of Fine Arts degree candidates Denise Jansson and Rebecca M. Kallem discuss their work currently on view in the 2008 M.F.A. Thesis Exhibition (I). Noon, free.

May 5 - Focus on Artists Film Series: Vermeer: Master of Light The secrets of Dutch Baroque painter Johannes Vermeer’s technique are explored through x-ray analysis, infrared reflectography, and computer technology. (Department of Education Resources, National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC, 57 min.) Noon, free, Room A219.

May 12 - Focus on Artists Film Series: Jack Levine: Feast of Pure Reason America’s foremost Social Realist painter Jack Levine is featured. Noon, free, Room A219.

May 14 - ArtBreak: Gallery Talk Master of Fine Arts degree candidates Erik Geoffrey Johnson and Kathi Smith discuss their work currently on view in the 2008 M.F.A. Thesis Exhibition (II). Noon, free.

The Art Gallery is open Monday – Wednesday, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.; Thursday, 10 a.m. -8 p.m.; and Saturday and Sunday, 1p.m.- 5 p.m.; closed Fridays. Admission is free. Visitor parking is available in C Lot (across from the Mill Road Shopping Center) at $1 per hour.

 



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