Thanks In Advance: Jason Robinson

Thanks In Advance: Jason Robinson duPont Gallery September 19th- December 8th, 2019 Reception and Live Performance, September 19, 5-7 pm A solo exhibition of artwork by Jason Robinson.  Robinson is currently an assistant professor of studio art at the University of Mary Washington.  The exhibition features video, fabric prints, lenticular prints and other media.   […]

… what the mind and senses conceive… Margaret Sutton

  Margaret Sutton Exhibition Convergence Gallery, Simpson Library April 18 – September 13, 2019 Opening Reception: April 18, 5-7pm … what the mind and senses conceive… Margaret Sutton is an exhibition that has been curated by students in Art History Professor Marjorie Och’s ARTH 317: Laboratory in Museum Studies. These studies have been working in collaboration […]

Laura Bigger & Evan Reed

Artists Laura Bigger & Evan Reed Exhibition   April 11th – 26th, 2019, duPont Gallery Opening Reception & Artists’ Talk April 11th, 5-6pm   Laura Bigger Laura Bigger is an artist primarily focused on printmaking and drawing. Her work focuses a lot on environmental issues and the ecological relationships between humans, animals, and ecosystems. She […]

Annual Student Art Exhbition 2019

Opening Reception: March 14th, 5-7pm, duPont Gallery Public lecture by juror, Nate Larson, March 21st, 5pm, Monroe Hall rm 116 About the Juror:    Nate Larson is a contemporary artist working with photographic media, artist books and digital video. His projects have been widely shown across the US and internationally as well as featured in numerous […]

Buddhist Art from the Past and Present: BG Muhn & The Leidecker Collection

Opening Reception: March 14th, 5-7pm, Ridderhof Martin Gallery BG Muhn Artist Talk March 15th, 12pm, Melchers Hall rm 107 BG Muhn, professor of painting at Georgetown University in Washington D.C, is a contemporary artist whose work also explores Buddhist philosophies. Highlighted in this exhibition are four pieces that illustrate these ideas through innovative transformations of […]

Wandering Gallery project, Workspace, opened

Artist Talk: Jeffrey Abt

Friday September 7th, noon Ridderhof Martin Gallery Jeffrey Abt will present an artist’s talk on his work “Museums as Viewing Machines”, on view in the Ridderhof Martin Gallery from September 6 – October 14. Abt’s work reflects his interest in museums, the mechanics of presenting work in a museum, and the visual culture of museums. […]

Lost Stories, Found Images: Rediscovering the Hidden Wartime Portraits of Dutch Photographer Annemie Wolff

Speakers Jacqueline Shelton, Exhibition Director for Lost Stories, Found Images: Portraits of Jews in Wartime Amsterdam by Annemie Wolff, and Marion Deshmukh, Robert T. Hawkes Professor of History, emerita in the Department of History and Art History, George Mason University May 24, 4pm, HCC Digital Auditorium Last Portraits Documentary Screening: May 24, 5pm, HCC Digital Auditorium Exhibition […]