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

Department of Art & Art History Calendar of Events

Department of Art and Art History Schedule of Events - Fall 2015

September 10 - October 22- Juried Alumni Exhibition 

In collaboration with the Alumni Relations Office, the Foreman Gallery will exhibit a selection of current artworks created by Hartwick College alumni. Jurors, James Ridlon, Emeritus Professor of Art, Syracuse University, Nancy Callahan, Professor of Art, SUNY Oneonta, and Richard Barlow, Assistant Professor of Art, Hartwick College selected the art work submitted for inclusion in this exhibit.

Opening and reception: Thursday, September 10, 4:30 - 6:00 pm

Foreman Gallery, Anderson Center for the Arts

Contact Nancy Golden, Foreman Gallery Curator, goldenN@hartwick.edu for more information

October 3 - New York City Bus Trip

A day in New York. Bus leaves Anderson parking lot at 6:30 am with drop off at the Metropolitan Museum of Art (5th Avenue & 82nd Street). The bus will depart from this location at 8 pm. Cost per person is $35. Payment must be made in Bresee 218, the Cashier Office between 10 am and 3:30 pm on weekdays.

Contact Dr. Betsey Ayer, ayere@hartwick.edu for more information. 

October 14 - Lesley Wolff, Consumed by the State: Food Imagery in Post-Revolutionary Mexico

Anderson Center for the Arts Theatre - 7 pm

Food and culture are inextricably linked, especially in early 20th Century Mexico, where cookery and consumption became a battleground over the definition of a new national identity. Wolff, a doctoral student and Adelaide Wilson Fellow at Florida State University will present her research on the representations of food and foodways in post revolutionary Mexico.

Contact Dr. Douglas Zullo, zullod@hartwick.edu for more information.

October 28- Bryan Czibesz, Lecture and 3D Printer Workshop

Anderson 122 - 9:30am - 4:30 pm - Anderson Center for the Arts

Anderson 138 - Lecture - 6pm - Anderson Center for the Arts

Czibesz's work invokes the notion of the prosthesis in an examination of the curious intersection between technology and human physicality. He explores a range of material and fabrication technologies including hand building with clay, printing digital 3D prototypes and tinkering with microcontrollers. Czibesz is currently Assistant Professor of Art in Ceramics at SUNY New Paltz.

Contact Professor Stephanie Rozene, rozenes@hartwick for more information. 

October 29 - December 5 - Annual Juried Student Exhibition

The annual "call for submissions" of current student artwork will begin October 12. Entries submimtted for consideration will be accepted in the gallery between noon and 8pm on Wednesday, October 21, Thursday, October 22 and Friday, October 23. All Hartwick College students may enter. Final selection of artwork for exhibition will be made by a guest juror. Departmental awards presented. Additional awards provided by Artware and Golden Artist Colors.

Opening reception and award presentations: Thursday, October 29 -4:30 - 6pm

On the mezzanine: A campus theme based exhibition curated by students in the course Museum Studies 205, Planning and Design. These students include Stephanie Bailey, Sierra Blumenthal, Anna Doren, Arantza Orengo Green and Nikki Zuaro.

Contact Nancy Golden, Foreman Gallery Curator,  goldenN@hartwick.edu for more information. 

November 20 - Art History Senior Thesis Presentations

Anderson 138 - 9 am - 1 pm - Presentations on the half-hour, reception to follow

Research presented by Stephanie Bailey, Sierra Blumenthal, Ann Cannon, Richard Colby, Jennifer Foss, Honour Harlowe and Lauren Hess. 

Contact Dr. Douglas Zullo, zullod@hartwick.edu for more information.

November 22 - 6 pm - Fall 2015 Pine Lake Photography Competition - Vaudevilian, Pine Lake Campus - Exhibition Opening and Holiday Dinner

Based on the Hartwick College campus theme: Food and Community - submission deadline: Friday, November 6 at noon.

This contest is open to all current Hartwick College students. Photos to be submitted to the photo mezzanine, Anderson 229.

Contact Professor Katharine Kreisher, kreisherk@hartwick.edu or Erin Toal, toale@hartwick.edu for more information 

December 2, 6 pm - Harvest Dinner at The Red Caboose Restaurant and Bar, 214 Main Street, Oneonta, NY

Tickets available from The Red Caboose, 607-267-4966

Farm to Table dinner created by Chef de Cuisine Sam Ohman and owner Tim Masterjohn featuring hand made dinnerware created by Hartwick students enrolled in Professor Rozene's dinnerware class. Local foods served on student crafted dinnerware which will be up for bid together with other ceramic pieces. All proceeds will be donated to The Lord's Table to help raise awareness of food insecurity in our community.

Contact Professor Stephanie Rozene, rozenes@hartwick.edu for more information

November 30 - December 7 - Sophomore Review Exhibition

Hallways of Anderson Center for the Arts

Review critique - Friday, December 4 , Reception at 1 pm

Contact Professor Richard Barlow, barlowr@hartwick.edu for more information

January 4 - February 1, 2016 - Foreman Gallery will be open during J Term to accommodate art faculty and student collaborative projects

Contact Nancy Golden, Foreman Gallery Curator, goldenN@hartwick.edu for more information 

All events are free and open to the public.