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Ashley Rodriguez took a look at Not Really: Fictive Narratives in Contemporary Art for BreakThru Radio.
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The exhibit showcases the illusions projected onto society through digital images and how such illusions can be difficult to separate from reality. Not
Students and artists attended the opening of “Not Really”: Fictive Narratives in Contemporary Art in the Castle Gallery on Thursday, February 5.
The exhibit explores the illusory, fabricated and contrived nature of our mediated and digitalized contemporary world through video, … Read More »
Susan Hodara took a look at Not Really: Fictive Narratives in Contemporary Art in the February 21 issue of the New York Times.
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The show addresses the proliferation of contrivance and manipulation in 21st-century society, asking gallerygoers to
The Castle Gallery and CNR Art Club members welcomed students from The Hallen School for a ceramic day on October 10, 2014, to coincide with the exhibition Intersecting Editions.
The students viewed art on display and created their own, and … Read More »
The Mooney Center Gallery held an opening reception October 26 for Russia Through the Looking Glass: Terror, Humanity, and Geo-Politics Through History.
The exhibit, by Anne Bobroff-Hajal, runs through November 16.
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An opening reception for “Intersecting Editions” — a dialogue between print and ceramic media — was held Thursday, September 18 at the Castle Gallery.
Curators Sarah Rowe and Rachel Sydlowski combine ceramics and printmaking to produce cast sculpture, screen printing, … Read More »
Family, friends, colleagues, and members of the College community gathered at the Mooney Center Gallery on Sunday, September 14, to pay tribute to Harriette Chelnik and her body of work.
“She was indeed a true artist, with a combination of … Read More »
Children learned origami and put their imagination to use during Castle Gallery Family Day on Saturday, March 8.
They created “All About Me” boxes by decorating recycled cereal and shoe boxes with objects that expressed their personality.… Read More »