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 Hartwick College Foreman Gallery of Contemporary Art is open to the community. All are welcome to experience the art exhibitions and their related programs.
Special Summer 2019 Exhibit
June 13 – August 11 – Stephen Joseph: “Broadway Revealed: Behind the Theater Curtain”
An exhibit showcasing some of Broadway’s most critically acclaimed productions, by renowned photographer Stephen Joseph. A Oneonta native, Joseph is a distinguished landscape photographer based in the San Francisco Bay area. He is best known for signature landscape panoramas, and his photographic essays composed of 360° views elevate his work to the level of fine art. His book, “Oneonta 360” (Argian Press), is a celebratory homage to his hometown.
Broadway Revealed: Behind the Theater Curtain will be open Thursday to Sunday, from 2 – 8 p.m. starting on June 13, 2019 and running through August 11, 2019. This program is presented by Hartwick College with support from the Greater Oneonta Historical Society.
For more on about the exhibit, read our news story. For more about, Stephen Joseph, visit www.stephenjosephphoto.com.
Upcoming 2019 Fall Exhibit
September 12 – October 26 – Philemona Williamson
Large paintings and soft sculpture figures that “depict individuals of varying ethnicities inhabiting timeless, invented, dream-like environments, states Williamson. I probe the psychological landscape of adolescence, blurring the lines between race, gender, and class.”
Williamson’s art is represented by the June Kelly Gallery in New York City. Philemona has been guest lecturer/adjunct faculty at schools of art and design including Bard, Parsons, Rhode Island School of Design, Pratt University, Cooper Union and others. In her New Jersey studio Ms. Williamson creates paintings, and sculpture for her extensive group and solo exhibitions.
Philemona Williamson received her MA at New York University, New York, BA from Bennington College, Vermont and attended the New York Studio School of Drawing, Painting, & Sculpture.
An exhibition with opening reception in the Hartwick College Foreman Gallery of Contemporary Art will be held on Thursday, September 12, 2019 from 4:30 – 6:00 p.m.
A Gallery Talk/Lecture will be scheduled at a time yet to be determined.
For more on Philemona Williamson, visit www.philemonawilliamson.com.
This exhibition is sponsored in part by funding received through the Foreman Institute for the Creative and Performing Arts.
September through May –
Tuesday – Friday: 12 noon – 7:00 p.m. Sat. 12 noon – 4 p.m.
Other times by appointment. Gallery open when College is in session.
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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.