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Shelby Meyerhoff

Zoomorphic
Anderson Gallery
October 27 - February 21, 2024

Donald Stoltenberg

Boston is my Home
Anderson Gallery
March 1 - April 23, 2024

Boyden
Boyden Hall

Dorothy Pulsifer

February - June, 2022

Maxwell

Mia Cross

Third Floor, Mezzanine
Second Floor Lounge
January 22 - March 25, 2024

Micaila Britto

Melting Back into Society
Room 101
January - March, 2024

Reception: Tuesday, January 23rd.
5:30 - 7:30pm.
Heritage Room, Maxwell Library

Coral Bourgeois

Third Floor
Second Floor Lounge
Fall 2024

Clara Nartey

Second Floor Lounge
Fall 2024

Pedro Pires Institute for Cape
Verdean Studies Collection

Group Show
Third Floor
January 2023-25

Magaly Ponce

Cape Verdean Imaginaries
Second Floor
January 2022-24

Black Voice - Freedom Summer

Gift of Melinda Greason
Ground Floor

Hall of Black Achievement

First Floor Lounge

Turchon tunnel

Turchon Tunnel Mural

Samantha Cushman, 2023


DMF Science and Mathematics

Mercedes Nunéz

The Elegant Universe
5th. Floor


Moakley Center

Mark Young

August 2023 - August 2024


The Wellness Center at Weygand Hall

Selection from the Street
 

 

Wallace

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

 

     
 
 

Exhibitions

Britto

Micaila Britto

Melting Back into Society
Maxwell Library, Room 101
Jaunuary - March, 2024

Reception: Tuesday, January 23rd.
5:30 - 7:30pm.
Heritage Room, Maxwell Library

Utilizing my professional experience within the veteran community and my skills as a photographer, I worked with women veterans to document a portrait of their lives while in service compared to their current day accomplishments. I met with them, shared fellowship, and established relationships with them. I interviewed and photographed them in their homes or places of work.

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Gendre

Shelby Meyerhoff

Zoomorphics
Anderson Gallery
October 27 - February 21, 2024

In Zoomorphics, I paint my face and body, and photograph myself as creatures inspired by the natural world. The resulting images draw attention to our interconnection with all living things.

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Rivera

Mia Cross

Maxwell Library 3rd. floor
Maxwell Library 2nd. floor
Jaunuary 22 - March 25, 2024

Through a diverse body of work spanning multiple mediums and themes, Mia Cross explores color, the human figure, and narrative. Her oil paintings, and in particular her portraiture, demonstrate a fixed fascination with pattern and skin. When painting, Cross pays special care to creating engaging color relationships, sometimes harmonious and sometimes dissonant.

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Donald Stoltenberg

Donald Stoltenberg

Boston is My Home
Anderson Gallery
March 1 - April 23, 2024

The Boston that Donald Stoltenberg loved was filled with geometry. Rooftops, spires, bridges, and the interior of a demolished opera house all provide subjects for his exploration of light, shadow, and engineering wonders. The work included in this exhibition have been selected from the Permanent Collection.

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Nartey

Clara Nartey

Maxwell Library 2nd. floor
Fall 2024

I am a self-taught artist. Inspired by my African heritage which uses fabrics to tell stories and memorialize events, I weave together stories that link people of African descent across its diasporas.

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Nartey

Coral Bourgeois

Maxwell Library 3rd. floor
Fall 2024

In 1976, I moved to New York and quickly became part of the downtown and early Dumbo art scenes. I had plenty of space to work in my loft, and exhibited drawings and paintings in group and solo shows. Then I took a detour that ultimately led me to the process that underlies my current work.

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Mark Young

Mark Young

Moakley Center
August 2023 - 2024

Mark Young's collection represents the span of a life's work of a local Bridgewater self-taught craftsman and artist who worked outside the art world. Mark was a ceaseless explorer of medium and form and style, whose work encompassed everything from watercolor to copper welding in the pursuit of his artistic expression.

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Hoba

Hall of Black Achievement

For over twenty years the Massachusetts Hall of Black Achievement (HOBA) discovered, detailed and disclosed the significant achievements and contributions of African Americans, Cape Verdeans, and Hispanics of African descent who made significant contributions to the Commonwealth.

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Gendre

Greg Wyatt

Greg and Fay Wyatt Sculpture Garden

The Greg and Fay Wyatt Sculpture Garden, located on the eastern side of Maxwell Library, is nearly complete. A dozen new sculptures by Mr. Wyatt have been added, courtesy of the Newington-Cropsey Foundation. They surround a large sculpture of the ballet legend and actor Mikhail Barysnikkov created Mr. Wyatt and installed in 2017. It was also donated to BSU by the foundation. Plans call for the installation of two more goddesses that will join Mazu,a Chinese goddess of the sea of Fujianese origin and Ganga,Hindu goddess of the Ganges. The addition of Salacia,Roman goddess of the sea and salt water and Anuket, Egyptian goddess of the Nile will complete the garden.

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Collection in Focus

Japanese Prints

Mazu
Greg Wyatt

 

New to the Collection

Shelby Meyerhoff

Zoomorphic #36 (Birch Tree)
Shelby Meyerhoff
Gift of the Artist

Kristen Liu-Wong

Keep It Clean
Kristen Liu-Wong

Arno Kiss

Lethal Gasp
Pastel

 
Arno Kiss

Off the Cuff
Arno Kiss

Said Dokins

Nocturno - Silver on Black
Said Dokins

 
Marina Simela

Misty X Kim Possible
Marina Simela

Katherine Brine

Eye Candy
Katerhine Brine
Donated by the Artist

 
William H. Manahan Jr.

Sawyer Bridge
William H. Manahan Jr.

 
 

Exhibition Catalogs

 
Patten
Patten
 
Stopforth
Stopforth