• Art professor and students
  • Hartwick art students on photography class
  • Hartwick Foreman Gallery Exhibit
  • Hartwick Foreman Gallery Exhibit

Department of Art & Art History Calendar of Events

Spring 2015 - Events sponsored by the Foreman Gallery:

Juried Student Exhibition -January 8 - February 13, 2015

Call for entries of works created by Hartwick College students. All mediums, genres. All Hartwick College students may enter current art work. Prizes are awarded in 10 categories, including Best in Show. Selection of student artwork for inclusion in this exhibition will  take place on Monday, December 15 by guest juror, Kevin Gray '00.

Opening reception: Thursday, January 8, 3:30 p.mClosing Reception with awards presentation: Thursday, February 12, 4:30 - 6:00 p.m

Art To Heal The Earth, Opening reception Thursday February 19, 4:30-6:00 p.m. Gallery talk with Lynn Estomin February 19 at 5:00 p.m.

An exhibition of works in photography and mixed media that represent the relationship between a healthy environment and human health. Six female artists provide a dialogue on "Health and the Environment: Personal Courage and Community Activism" through the visual arts. Exhibiting artists:, Lynn Estomin, Patricia Johanson, Susan Lirakis, America Meredith, Betty Press, Suzanne Sucs. Support for this exhibition provided by the 2014-2015 Campus Theme Committee, Women's and Gender Studies Program, and the Foreman Gallery

For more information contact Professor of Art Katharine Kreisher, 431-4828 or kreisherk@hartwick.edu or Nancy Golden, Foreman Gallery Curator, 431-4575 or goldenN@hartwick.edu.

JUNIOR REVIEW CRITIQUE AND EXHIBITION Opening reception: Thursday April 9, 4:30 - 6:00 p.m. (open to the public) Review: Thursday, April 16, 6 - 10 p.m. (closed to public).

For further information contact Professor of Art Stephanie Rozene, 431-4833, rozenes@hartwick.edu.

SENIOR PROJECTS IN ART-May 4 - May 24 Opening reception: Thursday, May 7, 4:30 - 6 p.m. Foreman Gallery
Studio Art Seniors exhibit the culmination of their learning practices in art through the creation of a final art work. Exhibiting seniors include: Emile Boisvert, Colleen Davis, Teresa Denz, Olivia Ek, Max Holden, Alexandra Marx, Angela Munyon, Kyle Pratt, and Dayna Roth.

A closing reception for all Art and Art History seniors with remarks by Hartwick College President Margaret L. Drugovich on Friday, May 22, 1 p.m. in the gallery. For information contact Nancy Golden, goldenn@hartwick.edu

For additional information on Foreman Gallery events, please contact Nancy Golden, Gallery Exhibition Coordinator at x4575 or goldenn@hartwick.edu.

Events Sponsored by The Department of Art and Art History:

ROXANNE JACKSON: CRAFTY IRREVERENCE -Tuesday February 17, 5 p.m., Anderson 138 
Roxanne Jackson is a ceramic artist and sculptor living in Brooklyn, NY. Her works are blackly humored and macabre-they depict images related to human transformation, myth and kitsch. She will be discussing her work and its progression, and her current mixed media ceramics and papier-mâché sculpture. Visit her website at www.roxannejackson.com.

For information contact Professor of Art Richard Barlow, barlowr@hartwick.edu, 431-4829.

HANDS-ON PAPERMAKING WORKSHOP WITH TABATHA HARTSHORN AND KATHARINE KREISHER
February 28 / March 1 (Sat. and Sun.) Noon - 4 p.m., Papermaking Studio, Anderson 111

Demonstrations include traditional sheet forming as well as some experimental methods using handmade paper as an art medium. All are welcome. Limit 14 per day. Depending on interest it may be possible to attend both days.

Sign up at Art Office, Gina Colone, 431-4825 or coloneg@hartwick.edu.

Junior Tabatha Hartshorn became a papermaking expert as Professor of Art Phil Young's assistant, and she has continued to support professor Katharine Kreisher to maintain the papermaking component in the printmaking and photography classes. Tabatha is a Psychology major/Biology minor who plans to complete a graduate program in Occupational Therapy for which art skills are essential.

For information contact Katharine Kreisher, 431-4828 or kreisherk@hartwick.edu. Event co-sponsored by Undercover Photography Club.

Vaudevillian Gallery, Pine Lake Campus-Saturday April 18, Opening and Awards: 9 p.m. (on Contra Dance night)
2014 PINE LAKE PRIZE FOR OUTSTANDING NATURE PHOTOGRAPHY AND EXHIBITION
Friday April 10, Noon, submission deadline
The contest is open to all current Hartwick College students. Photos must be submitted to Meg Luce, academic intern in the Department of Art and Art History, room M8 in Anderson Center for the Arts. Late submissions will not be eligible for prizes.

For submission guidelines contact, Erin Toal, toale@hartwick.edu, 431-4547, Meg Luce, lucem@hartwick.edu, 431-4821 or Katharine Kreisher, kreisherk@hartwick.edu, 431-4828

PEEP SHOW-Friday, April 10, 10 a.m. - 6 p.m., Anderson Center lobby
The Peep Show is a sugary extravaganza of artworks made from marshmallow peeps!
Entries should be dropped off between 9 a.m. and Noon. All members of the community are encouraged to participate!. Judging will begin at 2 p.m. and prizes will be awarded at 4 p.m., Refreshments will begin at 3 p.m.

For further information contact Elizabeth Ayer, 431-4826 or ayere@hartwick.edu.

New York City Bus Trip - April 11th.

ELIZABETH KENDALL: CERAMIC SCULPTOR, DEMONSTRATION AND LECTURE-Monday and Tuesday, April 20 and 21
Monday April 20, 6 p.m. lecture in Anderson 138
Demonstrations Monday April 20 & Tuesday April 21 9 a.m.- 4 p.m. Ceramics Studio
As a child, Elizabeth Kendall played happily in her grandmother's sewing room, surrounded by fabric scraps and threads. She watched as her grandmother sewed Barbie Doll dresses, beautifully finished with French seams. Kendall didn't end up pursuing a textile career, but those early impressions are deeply embedded in her ceramic art. The sculptor's spare, sensuous abstractions are shorthand memories coded in clay.

For more information contact Professor Stephanie Rozene, rozenes@hartwick.edu 431-4833 

 

All events are free and open to the public.
Contact the Art and Art History Art Office at 431-4825  for additional information.