The Foreman Gallery of Contemporary Art is the central exhibition space located in the Anderson Center for the Arts. The Foreman Gallery hosts several art exhibitions featuring the artwork of national and international guest artists.
Between / Us
Between / Us features the work of activist and artist Jaime Black (Metis), whose practice engages with themes of memory, identity, place and resistance and is grounded in an understanding of the body and the land as sources of cultural and spiritual knowledge.
The REDress Project is an installation addressing racialized and gender based violence against Indigenous women, girls and two spirit identifying people. This exhibit and subsequent programming was made possible by the Foreman Institute for Creative Arts Grant as well as the Haan Funds Grant.
Opening Reception: September 15; 4:30 p.m. - 6 p.m.
Gallery Exhibitions, Artist Talks & Lectures
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. To help facilitate the practical experiences in the exhibition of art, students taking art, art history and museum studies are encouraged to assist in the installation process.
Irwin Hollander: Heading for Home - February-March 2022
Irwin Hollander: Heading for Home uses the lenses of “identity,” “place” and “memory” to explore Hollander’s chimeric life and work as both an insider of the 1960s New York art scene and as a driven and prolific artist with themes of mysticism, sexuality, and self-realization during his four decade tenure in rural Upstate New York.
The Foreman Gallery welcomes members of the public who are fully vaccinated for COVID-19. All visitors must wear masks and must be prepared to provide proof of vaccination. In accordance with Hartwick College’s policy, unvaccinated visitors, including children, are not permitted at this time. We appreciate your cooperation.
Wednesday: 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Thursday: 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Friday: 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Saturday: 12 p.m. – 7 p.m.
Or by appointment
Extended hours select days throughout the year.
Sydney Sheehan, Gallery and Exhibitions Coordinator,