December 2, 2010February 28, 2011
William Morris Hunt Library
300 Massachusetts Avenue
Boston, MA 02115
This eleventh exhibition in collaboration with the William Morris Hunt Library features student work from:
Joo Lee Kang
February 10March 3
Anderson Auditorium + Grossman Gallery
The largest annual exhibition of student work, celebrating artists who are on the threshold of their creative futures. Features works by 201011 award recipients alongside pieces selected by an independent jury from approximately 200 entries. Artist Talk: Feb 14, 12:302 pm
Rescheduled from January 27.
Animation Studio B113, SMFA main building
Brian Knep is a Boston-based new-media artist who uses science and technology to explore change, healing, struggle and acceptance. Often his works are dynamic and respond to changes in their environment. Some are simply aware of the passage of time while others are interactive, sensing and reacting to the people around them. Knep has had solo shows at the New Britain Museum of American Art, the University of Massachusetts, Lowell and Arizona State University and has been part of group shows at the Milwaukee Art Museum, Laval Virtual (France), MobileArt (Sweden) and the Insa Art Center (Korea), among others. His works have won awards from Arts Electronica, Americans for the Arts, AICA/New England and the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. In 2005 Knep became the first artist-in-residence at Harvard Medical School in a program co-sponsored by Harvard's Office for the Arts. Knep lives and works in Boston and is represented by Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, NY and Judi Rotenberg Gallery, Boston.
February 23March 3, 2011
Mission Hill Building, 130 St. Alphonsus St., Boston
SMFA Room A203
In 2010, Master Printer Carolyn Muskat was invited to teach a lithography workshop at the Hanoi Contemporary Arts Center in Vietnam. Sponsored by the Indochina Arts Partnership, which promotes cultural understanding through shared art, this experience provided a unique opportunity to work with some of Vietnam's top artists in Hanoi's new printmaking facility.
Please join Carolyn and the Print + Paper area for a presentation and discussion of her travels.