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  • Fall 2014

  • Annual GCC Art Faculty Exhibit

    South Gallery

    An exhibition of recent work by GCC Art Department faculty.

    View some images from the exhibit

    Sept. 1-30

  • Art Club (Experimental Watercolor Group) First Meeting

    Mondays, S104, 12 - 1 pm

    Mon. Sept. 8

  • Jen Simms Gallery Talk

    South Gallery, 12 - 1 pm

    All welcome.

    Wed. Sept. 10

  • Paul Lindale Gallery Talk

    South Gallery, 12 - 1 pm

    Paul will discuss his recent video work currently on display in the South Gallery.

    Wed. Sept. 17

  • Susan Valentine Exhibit

    10am-4pm, Downtown Center

    An exhibit of oil paintings by local artist and GCC alumni Susan Valentine

    Artist's reception: Thursday, November 20, 6-8pm

    Sat. Sept. 20, 2014 - Sat. Jan. 3, 2015

  • Art Student Meeting

    12-1pm, South Gallery

    An important meeting for ALL art majors. Find out what’s happening this semester in the Art Department; meet the art faculty; hear important news.

    Mon. Oct. 6

  • Selections from The Stilled Passage: A Photographic Journey Through Ellis Island's Unrestored Buildings

    South Gallery

    This exhibition of 40 color photographs by photographer Philip Calabria conveys the beauty, mystery and evocative scenes that reside within the unrestored buildings of Ellis Island. These buildings were once home to the island's hospital, contagious disease and isolation wards, nurses' quarters, doctors' residences, and laundry facilities and other support functions.

    Using both artificial and natural light, the photographs capture the varying surfaces inside the buildings that mark time, weather and the presence of the many lives that passed through them.

    Philip Calabria is Chair of the Visual Arts Program at Northfield Mount Hermon School.

    Oct. 6 - 30

  • Philip Calabria Gallery Talk

    South Gallery, 12 - 1 pm

    All welcome.

    Wed. Oct. 15

  • Portfolio Day

    9am - 1pm, South Gallery

    Portfolios will be reviewed in the South gallery by representatives from major art schools and universities across the country. Schools represented this year are:

    School of the Art Institute of Chicago
    Hartford Art School
    Lyme Academy College of Fine Art
    Lesley University (Art Institute of Boston)
    Maine College of Art
    Marlboro College
    Massachusetts College of Art & Design
    Montserrat College of Art
    New Hampshire Institute of Art
    School of the Museum of Fine Arts
    Pratt Institute
    Pratt MW Proctor Arts Institute
    Rhode Island School of Design
    Art and Design at the College of Saint Rose
    San Francisco Art Institute
    UMass Amherst Art Department

    Thurs. Oct. 16

  • Sarah Sutro Talk

    S104, 12 - 1pm

    Sarah Sutro, a painter who works with natural pigments, will dicuss her work. All welcome.

    Mon. Oct. 20

  • New York City Trip

    Bus departs GCC at 7 AM and arrives in NYC around 11 AM

    Cost: $28 per person. Sign-up Deadline: Thurs. Oct. 2. Payment is due at the time of registration - all paperwork (available on the wall outside the Art Department faculty offices) must be completed beforehand. See Jen Simms to make your payments. Bus will depart NYC at 7 PM and arrive back at GCC around 11:30 PM

    Fri. Oct. 24

  • Art Institute of Boston at Lesely University Presentation

    South Gallery, 12 - 1 pm

    Lauren O’Neill, Assistant Director Undergraduate Admissions will be presenting information regarding the art programs at Lesley University (AIB) and the transfer process. Lauren will also be available to conduct portfolio reviews after her presentation.

    Wed. Oct. 29

  • Carol Keller Exhibit

    South Gallery

    Nov. 3 - Dec. 11

  • Carol Keller Gallery Talk

    South Gallery, 12 - 1pm

    All welcome.

    Wed. Nov. 12

  • Face Nook

    Nina's Nook

    Small self-portraits on canvas created by current and former students in the Art Department at Greenfield Community College will be for sale at this unique fundraiser. All proceeds from these sales will be donated to the Art Department. Most canvases are 6x6 inches. Info: 413.834.8800 or Nina's Nook. The gallery will be open 1-7pm on November 14. Regular hours are W-Th 4-6pm, Fri-Sat 1-6pm and by appointment. Nina's Nook is in Turners Falls next to the Black Cow Burger Bar at 125A Avenue A.

    Nov. 14 - Dec. 6

  • Massachusetts College of Art & Design Presentation

    South Gallery, 12 - 1 pm

    Gina Cura, admissions counselor from Massachusetts College of Art & Design will be making a formal presentation to students that gives insights into MassArt, its location, and curriculum.

    Wed. Nov. 19

  • School of the Museum of Fine of Arts Presentation

    South Gallery, 12 - 1 pm

    Virginia Casey, Admissions Representative from School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, will be making a presentation on the admissions and portfolio review process, faculty, curriculum, community and transfer.

    Wed. Dec. 3

  • bête comme un peintre (Stupid Like a Painter): are there conflicts between thinkers and makers?

    Sloan Theater, 4 - 6 pm

    Marlboro College invites alumni, prospective students, parents, educators, and the interested public to the Marlboro College on the Road (a little ways) event.

    Lecture and audience engagement by Marlboro College professors Cathy Osman (painting and visual arts) and Tim Segar (environmental studies, sculpture and visual arts).

    Cathy, an artist well-versed in diverse media, from painting and drawing to printmaking and experimental works, has taught at Smith, Mount Holyoke, and Hampshire Colleges before coming to Marlboro. "Blue Scape", her work in oil on clay is featured here.

    Tim spends roughly equal time working in two and three dimensions, and has exhibited his work throughout the northeast, in California, and in France. At Marlboro, he teaches courses across the arts, collaborating with music and theater faculty, as well as with teachers of history, anthropology, and poetry.

    Reception: complimentary wine, beer, and light hors d’oeuvres in the South Gallery

    Questions: contact Kathy Waters at 802-451-7145 or kwaters@marlboro.edu for more information. Please share this event with others who may be interested in attending.

    Register to attend

    Sun. Dec. 7

  • Montserrat College of Art Presentation

    South Gallery, 12 - 1 pm

    Leslie Condon, Admissions Counselor from Montserrat College of Art will be making a presentation on portfolio development for art colleges as well as some attributes that make Montserrat College of Art an exciting and vital learning environment. Her presentation will cover the admissions and portfolio review process, faculty, curriculum, community and lots of student artwork.

    Montserrat College of Art is a unique place to be immersed in a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree program. It is small by design, with 400 students, so they can foster the growth of each student as an individual. Their curriculum allows for crossover within each of the 12 concentrations and minors. Located in Beverly, Massachusetts, the campus is an easy 30 minute commuter to Boston. Montserrat students also enjoy living in apartment style housing that enhances the educational experience through the sense of independence and real-world living.

    Mon. Dec. 8

  • Spring 2015

  • Annual Art Student Exhibit

    South Gallery

    Opening: Thursday April 16, 7 - 9 PM

    Apr. 16 - May 7