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Jack Wolfe

The Promise of Lincoln
August 19 - October 8, 2019

Boyden
Boyden Hall

Rediscovering Lost Heritage

March - September, 2019

Maxwell

Images from the Anti-Apartheid Movement

June 6- October 1, 2019

Voices of Indigenous Womxn: Decolonizing and Decriminalizing Native Womxn

Fall 2019


DMF Science and Mathematics

Visions of the Future

Travel the Solar System


Moakley Center

Cardroom - Reinvention Issue #1

Katie Bullied, Editor
Curated by Charlotte Heardon
Artchive - Student Art Collective
May - January 2020


The Wellness Center at Weygand Hall

Travis Bedel

October 2018 - December 2019

 

 


Wallace

(l-r) Dr. Wallace L. Anderson, Prof. Robert Barnett, Pres. Adrian Rondileau

 

     
 

Exhibitions

 
Apartheid

Images from the Anti-Apartheid Movement


From the collection of Stephen Lewis
June 6 - October 1, 2019

Loosely translated, Apartheid means being apart. The system of Apartheid was developed by the Afrikaners, white Dutch settlers in South Africa. It became official policy in 1948 and divided South African people into 4 groups; native, white, Asian, and colored.

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Wolfe

The Promise of Lincoln


Jack Wolfe
August 19 - October 8, 2019

Wolfe painted “Roxbury Portrait” in 1967. It portrays a group of neighbors near his studio in Boston’s Roxbury neighborhood. A separate panel refers to the Vietnam War-era practice of giving young men who were arrested for petty crimes in the predominantly black neighborhood a choice of “Vietnam or jail.” A second panel depicts a casualty of local violence.

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Wolfe

Cardroom - Reinvention Issue #1


Katie Bullied, Editor
Curated by Charlotte Heardon
May - January, 2020

Cardroom Magazine is a digital collective with a focus on photography, writing, poetry, and art. Each issue, we extend a one-word theme: reinvention, consumption, lust, you name it.

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Meso

Rediscovering Lost Heritage


Jacob Coffey and Scott Delaney
Boyden Cases
March 18 - September 30, 2019

Since fall 2018, we have been researching, documenting, and arranging an inventory of Pre-Columbian archaeological artifacts from the Joan Pearson Watkins Revocable Trust, donated to the anthropology department by the Fuller Craft Museum in Brockton.

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FFF

Greg Wyatt

Baryshnikov

Dr. Anthony Janson, editor of W.H. Janson’s History of Art, has stated that Greg Wyatt’s work is based on the philosophy of “spiritual realism.”

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Recent Gifts

 

Down the Rabbit Hole
Abelardo Morrell
Donated by Laurence and Katherine Doherty

The Lovliest Garden You Ever Saw
Abelardo Morrell
Donated by Laurence and Katherine Doherty

Curiouser and Curiouser
Abelardo Morrell
Donated by Laurence and Katherine Doherty

 

Trinity
Paul Stopforth
Donated by the artist

 

My Girl & I (Anxiety)
Gerald Schifone
Donated by Michael Somers

Antidepressant
Samantha Cushman
Donated by the artist

 

Red-Orange over Black
Ellsworth Kelly
Donated by Laurence and Katherine Doherty

The Last Days of Earth
Karen Jerzyk
Donated by the artist

 

Anderson Gallery Publications

 
Profiles
 
Profiles
 
Girls
Drawn Drawing