The Foreman Gallery of Contemporary Art is the central exhibition space located in the Anderson Center for the Arts. September through May the Foreman Gallery hosts several art exhibitions featuring the artwork of national and international guest artists.
Gallery talks or lectures by guest artists often accompany an exhibition. Student work is on exhibit three times each academic year beginning with the Juried Student Show in the fall. The Foreman Gallery also hosts Junior Review and Final Senior Projects in Art in the spring.
Contemporary art exhibits hosted by the Foreman Gallery are developed to connect a diverse audience to the visual arts, and the humanities. Many exhibitions aid the student in course study of fine art by providing clarity to the current discussions, issues and topics in art.
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The Foreman Gallery is open to the campus community and the community at large. All exhibitions and programs are open to the public.
February 16 – March 23, 2017
Gloria Garfinkel – Vibrancy of Form – a selection of collages, etchings and maquettes influenced by the Japanese aesthetic of color and form.
On the mezzanine – Stewart Nachmias – Pulp Icons – cast paper and prints. Vibrantly colored woodcuts depicted through an expressionist spirit in observation of the urban setting.
Opening reception with gallery talk by Stewart Nachmias Thursday, February 16, 4:30 – 6 p.m.
Tuesday – Friday: 12 noon – 8:00 p.m.
Saturday: 12 noon – 4:00 p.m.
Other times by appointment.
The Foreman Gallery is open September – May.
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For further information please call the Foreman Gallery at 607-431-4663. Or contact Nancy Golden, Foreman Gallery Exhibit Coordinator at 607-431-4575.