Faries Gray leading Indigenous Boston Harbor, 2022
Mel Taing Photography
Indigenous Boston Harbor
We are thrilled to be offering this exciting public program again this year with two tour dates. It is the third year that Arts on the Point and the University Hall Gallery have been able to produce this immersive experience, and as always, it is free to the public.
Saturday 10.21.23 | 12:30-5:30pm | Register via the link below:
Tuesday 10.24.23 | 12:30-5:30pm | Register via the link below:
About the Program:
Boston Harbor is Indigenous space. Indigenous Boston Harbor is a free boat tour of Boston Harbor and the Harbor Islands and a walking tour of Deer Island. Indigenous Boston Harbor is led by Elizabeth Solomon and Faries Gray, members of the Massachusett Tribe at Ponkapoag, and organized by artists Nicholas Brown and Sarah Kanouse.
Utilizing one of the vessels from the Division of Marine Operations at UMass Boston, the boat tour focuses on Indigenous relationships—past, present, and future—with the harbor and Harbor Islands, particularly Deer, Thompson, Peddocks, Long, and MoonIslands. Evoking a not-so-distant past when the islands were hills and the harbor was land, the boat tour navigates a dynamic land and waterscape, highlighting Indigenous climate action, and envisioning an abundant Indigenous future.
Li Wang (UMB ‘18)
Crossing the Centuries, 2018
University Hall Gallery
Call for Art | UMass Boston Alumni Exhibition
On view: 11.8.23–3.30.24
About the exhibition:
Our upcoming alumni exhibition will take place at the University Hall Gallery at UMass Boston. The presentation will be curated by our Gallery Assistants as a juried group exhibition, and over seen by the Gallery Director.
This is your opportunity to have your artwork shown in a group exhibition in a professional gallery! This program is open to alumni of any major/concentration at UMass Boston. We hope you will apply.
Apply via this link: APPLY HERE
The deadline for submissions is October 10th at 11:59pm.
We will announce our final decisions by email on October 16th.
If selected, artworks should be delivered to the gallery by October 30th, 2023.
The University Hall Gallery is open Monday through Saturday 12pm–5pm and by appointment.
About the gallery:
The University Hall Gallery at UMass Boston was founded in the Fall of 2016. It produces exhibitions and events for the Art Department with a mission to make artwork accessible for the public and students across disciplines with an emphasis on pluralism and fostering visual literacy.
For more information, email us at: UHGallery@umb.edu