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Get ready for our next show! An exhibition of astonishing handmade paper by artist Hong Hong will open Thursday, March 22. These large artworks exist in a space between painting and sculpture, and we can't wait to see them in our gallery! Hong Hong will also be running an all-day papermaking workshop on Sunday, April 22-- registration details to come!

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This Friday! N. Sean Glover will be here for an artist talk in the Gallery at 12:30 pm. Come hear about his practice and our current exhibition, direct from the source!

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Celebrate the opening of 'leftovers,' an exhibition of new work by N. Sean Glover, with the Art Department TOMORROW! The opening reception is Friday Feb. 2, 4:00-6:00 pm.

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It's almost time for our first show of the Spring 2018 semester! N. Sean Glover will be exhibiting a new body of work in the Jewett Art Gallery. Please join us for an opening reception at 4:00 pm on Friday, Feb. 2. The show will be up through March 9.

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What a semester it's been! There has been so much art on display in the Art Department, in our exhibition spaces in the Jewett Arts Center and throughout our brand new spaces in Pendleton West. Take a look at these photos to relive some of the amazing work by our students, alumnae, and visiting artists in Fall 2017!

There are just a few days left to see 'Aves Raras,' the installation by Justin Favela in the Jewett Art Gallery! This exhibition comes down after Sunday Dec. 10.

If you want to maximize your time in Jewett, stop in for our Art Sale, 10:00 am - 5:00 pm Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 9 and 10! Work by students, staff, and even a bit of faculty work will be available for purchase in the hallway right outside the Gallery! See some art and buy some art this weekend!

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This is your last week to see Boston's Hidden Sacred Spaces in the Jewett Sculpture Court! Make sure you see the photographs before the show comes down after Dec. 1!

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'Aves Raras,' a new installation by Las Vegas-based artist Justin Favela, opens TONIGHT, Friday November 17! Join us at 6:00 pm for an artist talk and reception. If you can't make it tonight, the show will be up through December 10.

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We had a great opening reception for Boston's Hidden Sacred Spaces last week! Thanks to everyone who came out for the event. Make sure to stop by the Jewett Sculpture Court sometime soon to see the photographs-- they'll be on display through December 1!

Join us tomorrow, Thursday Nov. 9, for the opening reception of Boston's Hidden Sacred Spaces! This exhibition of photographs is installed in the Jewett Sculpture Court, and is the result of a collaboration between photographer Randall Armor, sociologist Wendy Cadge, and our own architectural historian Professor Alice Friedman.

There will be a gallery talk and reception at 4:30 pm on Thursday, free and open to the public. The work looks beautiful, the Sculpture Court is so happy to be full of art again, and we hope to see you there!

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Our Gallery Director has broken out the packing peanuts-- it's time to say goodbye to the work of Meghan Grubb and Zsofia Schweger! What's up next in the Gallery? Stay tuned...!

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Just a few days left to see Motion/Less and the work of Meghan Grubb and Zsofia Schweger! The show closes at 4:00 pm this Friday, Nov. 3. Stop by this week for your last chance to see the art!

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Coming soon to the Jewett Sculpture Court-- Boston's Hidden Sacred Spaces! A collaborative project with photographer Randall Armor, Professor of Sociology at Brandeis University Wendy Cadge, and Grace Slack McNeil Professor of the History of American Art at Wellesley College Alice Friedman, Boston's Hidden Sacred Spaces documents over 60 such environments, tucked away within otherwise secular institutions like hospitals, schools, transit hubs, and more.

The show will be up November 6 - December 1, with an opening reception on November 9. Stay tuned for more info!

In addition to historic places of religious prayer, there are sacred spaces all around Boston that invite passers-by to pause for a moment, and reflect.

Thanks to everyone who came out for the opening of Motion/Less last week! The show looks amazing! If you haven't had a chance to see it yet, stop by any time between 10 am and 4 pm, any day-- the work is up through Nov. 3.

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Today is opening day! Come see 'Motion/Less', the gorgeous new exhibition of art by alumnae Meghan Grubb '05 and Zsofia Schweger '12! The exhibition opens at 4:00 pm today, with a reception from 4:00 - 6:00 pm.

Hope to see you there!

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Our new show opens this coming Monday, October 2! 'Motion/Less' features work from Meghan Grubb '05 and Zsofia Schweger '12, the two winners of the 2015-16 Alice C. Cole '42 Studio Project Grants. The opening reception is 4:00-6:00 pm on Monday, and both artists will be present! Please join us!

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