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Exhibits

Upcoming Exhibits

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Westchester Biennial 2014

Castle Gallery‚Äôs Westchester Biennial 2014 will celebrate its 9th juried art exhibition. The exhibit, which showcases recent work by emerging and established Westchester County artists, began in 1998 in an attempt to recognize the diversity and innovation of artist who … Read More »

Current Exhibits

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Timeworn: A Dialectic of Decomposition and Identity

Seniors Anna Predovan, art theraphy major, and Catherine Santivanez, art studio major, present Timeworn: A Dialectic of Decomposition & Identity at the Mooney Center Gallery from March 22 to April 13. An opening reception was held March 23. Anna PredovanRead More »

Past Exhibits

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Choices & Consequences

Choices & Consequences, a juried art exhibit, will be on display at the Mooney Center Gallery until March 1. The show features 22 works by 11 artists. Featured artists are Robert Wolf, Patricia Quinn, Lauren Ennist, Alina Bachmann, Frances Fawundu, … Read More »
Memento

Memento

The Castle Gallery presents Memento, an art exhibit that draws from the Christian tradition of the memento mori, an artistic or symbolic reminder of the inevitability of death. On display January 28 through March 30, the exhibit features … Read More »
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Graduate Art Student and Faculty Exhibit, Winter 2013

The Graduate Art Student & Faculty Exhibit will be on display at the Mooney Center Gallery from Friday, December 6, to Tuesday, December 17. A closing reception will take place December 17 from 3:45 to 6:45 p.m. in the Gallery … Read More »
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Spiral Bound / New York

Artists have always used some system of recording their developing images, plans and speculations as part of their ongoing studio practice. These nascent expressions of the analytic and intuitive aspects of the creative mind fascinate us both for what they … Read More »
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Bridging the Gap: Photographs by Gordon Parks & Toni Parks

Bridging the Gap: Photographs by Gordon Parks and Toni Parks, will be on display at the Gordon Parks Gallery from Monday, November 4, 2013, through Friday, May 2, 2014. (Update: Due to unexpected circumstances, the exhibit and the Gordon Read More »
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Sequence of Bases – Raquel Echanique

Sequence of Bases, featuring “disordered portrait scenarios” by Raquel Echanique, runs at the Mooney Center Gallery from September 28 to October 21. From the artist’s statement: I assemble disordered portrait scenarios that disturb almost as much as they comfort us. … Read More »
Go About Your Business

Go About Your Business

Go About Your Business, a solo show by Dean Chooch Landry, will be on display in the Mooney Center Gallery from August 29 to September 23. Landry, who hails from Harlem, works as a commercial artist and illustrator. His … Read More »
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Debris Field

Debris Field, curated by Lisa Dahl, runs from September 3 to November 3, 2013, at the Castle Gallery. From the curator: Our modern lives create a wake of refuse from our daily consumption habits: plastic containers, cardboard boxes, and a … Read More »
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As I Saw Them: Portraits by Terry Eppridge

The College of New Rochelle will present the recent works of artist Terry Eppridge in the Mooney Center Gallery on the Main Campus from May 18 to June 10. The show “As I Saw Them” will feature 25 portraits painted … Read More »
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Graduate Art Student Spring Exhibit 2013

The Graduate Art Student Spring Exhibit, featuring 27 works by 15 students in the Art Therapy and Art Education programs runs from April 17 to May 9 at the Mooney Center Gallery. Artwork was created during Intersession and Spring 2013 … Read More »
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Historical Commentaries

Historical Commentaries, which runs April 23 through June 23, 2013, presents the work of artists who address notions of history on both individual and societal levels. Informed by personal memories, cultural histories, fantastical myths, misleading advertising or propaganda, forgotten accomplishments … Read More »
We The People

We The People

We The People: The Citizens of NYCHA in Pictures + Words is a collaboration between journalist Rico Washington and photographer Shino Yanagawa that, via interviews and images, seeks to debunk the myths around the people who live in the New … Read More »