March 6 – April 5, 2014
This time of year along the coastline of southern New England is one of stark and rugged beauty. The days are getting longer and the sun is perceptibly higher in the sky than it was only 6 weeks ago.
January 16 – February 22, 2014
If you have had the opportunity to walk by the gallery, you are probably already familiar with Nancy Selvage 's work. In the spring of 2013, she worked with the College and landscape architect Michael Radner to dramatically redesign our Employee Recognition Garden.
BCC Art Faculty Exhibition 2013
Works by Full-time and Adjunct BCC Art
and Design Program Faculty
November 7 – December 12, 2013
Each time the gallery hosts the Art and Design Faculty Exhibition we are reminded of the diverse interests and professional pursuits of our Art and Design program faculty here at BCC.
this bright morning
September 5 – October 17, 2013
In my neighborhood, there is an arboretum and cemetery that I walk through almost every day. Built in 1856, the place, Juniper Hill, is a wonderful example of a movement in the 19th century that wove landscape architecture and cemetery design together.
Works by Walter Chaney, Alexander Johnson,
Matthew Kreher, Sharon Owens, and B. Lucy Stevens
March 30 – June 28, 2013
Established in 2009, our biennial All Media Juried Exhibition has featured some of the best and most interesting work in the South Coast Region of New England. Last summer 175 submissions were entered into the competition, and our juror, Sabrina Locks, chose 54 works for the show.
Art & Design Annual Juried Student Exhibition
Selected Works From All Fine Art and
Graphic Design Studio Courses
Juror: Glenn LaVertu
April 25 – May 10, 2013
Bristol Community College's annual student art exhibition features works by students enrolled in the Art and Design Programs. This year's juror is Glenn LaVertu.
Works by Kat Cope, Henry Daniel Gatlin,
Mary Hurwitz, and Christian Kozaki
March 7 – April 10, 2013
Art making is inherently a material process. One could debate the finer points of this statement, but ultimately, art is a process of physical transformation.
Works by Meghan Brady, Nick Lamia, Steve McCall,
Gabriel Phipps, and Dannielle Tegeder
January 24 – February 22, 2013
Simultaneity is a term defining the phenomenon of relative perspectives or points of view in relation to a singular event or occurrence. You and I might witness the same event at the same time, but our frames of reference determine our perception of the experience.
Aristides Pereira: A Man and His Journey
Cape Verde: A Land and its People
Photographs by Ron Barboza
November 8 – December 14, 2012
We are pleased to present this collection of photographs by Ron Barboza. Barboza began to photograph Cape Verde during a trip he made in 1975. He continues to document the islands and his images reveal a land and a people through a time of transition toward independence.
An Installation by Doug Cluff, Lisa Hansel,
Mike Hansel, and Ted Sturtevant
September 6 – October 19, 2012
Counter Tension asks the question, "What is an art object?" Or in this case, "Where is the art object?" It is a conversation with the space of the gallery itself and one that explores ideas of alchemy - of the transmutation of one thing into another.