Tag: Art

  1. Trotter Institute Co-presents Weekend of Public Art, Performing Arts & Discussion in Franklin Park
    UMass Boston’s Barbara Lewis has curated a free public exhibition featuring artwork, dance performances, guided art tours, food trucks, and a panel discussion at the Franklin Park Art Grove in Boston this weekend.
  2. Chemistry Chair Uses Science to Create Art for Local Artist, New York City Gallery Exhibition
    You can see the work Chair and Professor of Chemistry Robert Carter did for local artist Todd Pavlisko now through May 30 in New York City.
  3. Watermark Staff Unveil 50th Anniversary Issue of Literary Journal
    The staff of UMass Boston’s student literary journal, The Watermark, handed out free copies of a volume 46 years in the making on Thursday.
  4. New Art Installation Shows Sun Always Rising Somewhere
    “Another Day,” the newest addition to Arts on the Point, looks like three airport monitors, but it actually displays sunrise countdowns for ninety cities around the world.
  5. The Marble Collection Forms Partnership with UMass Boston
    Publisher of the Massachusetts High School Magazine of the Arts to collaborate with UMass Boston students and staff.
  6. Opening Reception: “Broken Walls”
    Join the Harbor Gallery for the opening reception for Daphne Arthur's show "Broken Walls," on exhibit at UMass Boston through May 7.
  7. Harbor Gallery Presents: “Broken Walls”
    Artist Daphne Arthur makes use of smoke, plaster, graphite, and found objects to create auto-mythologies where both real and fictional (but altogether personal) portraits merge. The exhibit is open through May 7.
  8. Reception: “Jell-O Soup”
    The family of UMass Boston alumna Susan Macchi will be on hand for this reception. Macchi's work is on exhibit at the Harbor Gallery through March 31.
  9. Harbor Gallery Presents: “Jell-O Soup: A Memorial Retrospective of Work by Susan Macchi”
    This exhibit, open now through March 31, honors the life of UMass Boston alumna and Dorchester artist Susan Macchi, killed by a drunk driver on the way home from a Boston Red Sox game in 2013.
  10. Opening Reception: “A World of Questions”
    Join the Harbor Gallery for the first show of 2015 and try to answer the questions award-winning Zimbabwean designer Chaz Maviyane-Davies poses in "A World of Questions."
  11. Harbor Gallery Presents: “A World of Questions”
    On exhibit from February 2 through March 12, "A World of Questions" features the work of award-winning Zimbabwean designer Chaz Maviyane-Davies, who asks the viewer to engage with important issues like the environment and the economy.
  12. Harbor Gallery Presents: “The Triumph of Pan”
    On exhibit through December 11, "The Triumph of Pan" features the work of UMass Boston students.
  13. Closing Reception: Michelle Lauriat’s “Temporary Landscape”
    Meet artist Michelle Lauriat.
  14. Closing Reception: Mark Chester’s “twosomes”
    Meet artist Mark Chester as the Harbor Gallery closes out its first show of the year.
  15. Harbor Gallery Presents: Mark Chester’s “twosomes”
    On exhibit from September 2 through September 25, "twosomes" features the work of Mark Chester.
  16. Opening Reception: Mark Chester’s “twosomes”
    Join the Harbor Gallery for the first show of the year. In addition to today's opening reception, there will also be a book signing and artist talk on September 25.
  17. Harbor Gallery Presents: “Passion of Youth”
    On exhibit through May 29, "Passion of Youth" features the work of graduating art majors.
  18. Opening Reception for Harbor Gallery’s “Passion of Youth”
    The work of graduating UMass Boston art majors is featured at this exhibit, on display through May 29. Tonight's opening reception is free and includes refreshments.
  19. Harbor Gallery Presents: “really”
    On exhibit from March 31 to May 1, "really" features the work of three artists. The selections represent multidisciplinary approaches to the construction of identity and the significance of familial, social, and cultural beliefs.
  20. Harbor Gallery Presents: “The Indigo Project”
    The University of Massachusetts Boston's Harbor Gallery is proud to present "The Indigo Project" by Ife Franklin, February 8 through March 16, 2014.
  21. Closing Reception and Performance: “The Indigo Project”
    The University of Massachusetts Boston's Harbor Gallery is proud to present "The Indigo Project" by Ife Franklin through March 16.
  22. Combat Paper Project Uses Uniforms, Art to Open Discussion with Veterans
    On Saturday, October 26 from 1 to 7 p.m., the work created during this week’s papermaking workshops at UMass Boston and Boston Paper Collective will be on display at the Made in Fort Point Gallery.
  23. Bamboo Painting Artist Wang Linxu Comes to UMass Boston
    You are invited to join President Caret, Chancellor Motley, and the UMass Boston community for an interactive demonstration of traditional Chinese painting.
  24. Artist Talk: Ife Franklin
    Ife Franklin's "The Indigo Project" is on display at UMass Boston's Harbor Gallery through March 16.
  25. Opening Reception and Performance: “The Indigo Project”
    The University of Massachusetts Boston's Harbor Gallery is proud to present "The Indigo Project" by Ife Franklin through March 16.
  26. Paper Making Workshop
    Drew Cameron and Nathan Lewis of Combat Paper will be working with students and the campus community to make pulp out of uniforms and turn it into paper.
  27. Harbor Gallery Seeks Submissions for Second Annual Young Boston Artists Exhibition
    Submissions for yBos 2 will be accepted through October 14. The show will be open from November 8 through December 13 at the Harbor Gallery.
  28. Harbor Gallery Presents: “The Rowe Show: A Lifetime Collection of 19th Century American Paintings”
    This private collection of the Rowe family opens on October 8 and runs through October 25.
  29. The Rowe Show Opening
    Come out to the free opening reception for the Harbor Gallery's latest exhibition, "The Rowe Show: A Lifetime Collection of 19th Century American Paintings."
  30. Don West’s “Portraits of Purpose: A Tribute to Leadership”
    On exhibit in the Harbor Gallery through September 27, Don West's "Portraits of Purpose: A Tribute to Leadership" pays tribute to leaders that made their mark locally.
  31. UMass Boston Faculty Win Creative Economy Grants from President Caret
    UMass Boston faculty have received $87,000 from UMass President Robert Caret’s office to bring artistic and entrepreneurship opportunities to UMass Boston students, partners, and the community as a whole.
  32. Rhythm of Structure: Journey of a Political MathArtist
    Join the William Monroe Trotter Institute for the Study of Black Culture, CLA, CSM, CEHD, CPCS, CM, and the Art Department for this talk by interdisciplinary conceptual artist John Sims.
  33. Opening Reception for Harbor Gallery’s “Defiled”
    The opening night reception for this work by two Washington, D.C.-based artists is free and open to the public. "Defiled" will be on exhibit from April 7 through April 25.
  34. “Defiled”: Dana Ellyn, Matt Sesow, and the Recent Vocabulary of Popular Politics
    On exhibit from April 7 to April 25, "Defiled" features the work of two Washington D.C. based artists: Dana Ellyn and Matt Sesow, a couple whose respective works speak the language of the 21st century American political consciousness.
  35. New England Native American Art Show & Sale
    Third annual art show & sale on Dec. 8
  36. Photography Workshop with Award-winning Photographer Peter Pereira
    Join the Harbor Gallery and the Labor Resource Center for a workshop with award-winning photographer Peter Pereira.
  37. Work in Progress: Workers See Themselves Through a New Lens
    The work of UMass Dartmouth Labor Resource Center students will be featured in the University of Massachusetts Boston's Harbor Gallery from October 28 to November 29.
  38. Iwariwë Roundtable and Reception
    Roundtable featuring Yanomami artist Sheroanawë Hakihiiwë - reception follows
  39. Iwariwë: Fire Comes to UMass Boston
    Exhibit recounting the arrival of fire among the Yanomami people of Venezuela.
  40. Trotter Institute, Art Department, Team up to Showcase Art, Business Development in Upham’s Corner
    On Friday, 13 students in the University of Massachusetts Boston’s Art Department will show off their work in three storefronts, two of them vacant, as part of a project to kick off an arts-based initiative aimed at revitalizing Upham’s Corner.
  41. American Indian Art Exhibit: From Wounded Knee to Present
    The NAIS program has organized an exhibit of American Indian art to be shown at UMass Boston
  42. Roundtable & Reception for “From Wounded Knee to Present”
    Roundtable with the artists & catered reception
  43. Fulbright Award Recipient Liz Doles ’07 Captures Sri Lanka through Pinhole Photography
    In Colombo, Sri Lanka, UMass Boston alumna Liz Doles is taking in life and landmarks through an unusual lens: her homemade pinhole camera.
  44. UMass Boston Alumnus’ Documentary to Air on Oprah Winfrey’s OWN Network on March 1
    UMass Boston alumnus and adjunct professor Chico Colvard’s documentary Family Affair will make its national TV premiere on OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network on March 1 at 8 p.m.
  45. Sunflowers for Vincent Reception
    Come celebrate the newest addition to our Arts on the Point Sculpture Park.
  46. UMass Boston Cosponsors Boston Harbor Islands 2011 Native American Summer Festival
    UMass Boston's Institute for New England Native American Studies is cosponsoring the Boston Harbor Islands Native American Festival on August 6.
  47. UMass Boston Professor Honored for his Work Curating Claude Monet Exhibit
    Claude Monet: Late Work, a show curated by UMass Boston Professor of Art Paul Hayes Tucker, has been named Best Show in a Commercial Gallery in NY.
  48. A Walk Through UMass Boston’s “Arts on the Point”
    Arts on the Point makes a statement about UMass Boston, declaring that this urban, public university is home to innovation and intellectual discipline.
  49. A Piece of Boston’s Maritime History Comes to UMass Boston
    Relatives and friends of the late Robert Woodbury gathered for the unveiling of The Great Republic, an oil painting his family bestowed on the university.