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Artists Draw Their Studios

Artists Draw Their Studios


Inspired by her own practice of periodically drawing her studio, artist Michelle Weinberg has invited 46 other artists to do the same.
This exhibition in the Hewitt Gallery is the fourth installment of Artists Draw Their Studios. Since 2018, approximately 150 artists have participated in this unique project that explores the diverse ways that artists perceive their own creative work and lives.

Exhibition runs from April 4- May 5, 2022
Changing Lanes Exhibition

Changing Lanes Exhibition


After a virtual hiatus due to COVID-19, a new exhibition graces the walls of the Hewitt. Changing Lanes: Painters Explore Dimension in Clay will run in the Hewitt Gallery of Art from October 19December 2, 2020.

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GO FIGURE: The Female Gaze

GO FIGURE: The Female Gaze


Go Figure: The Female Gaze, curated by Hallie Cohen, Professor of Art and Director of the Gallery, presents the work of eleven women artists who are embracing feminism and ecofeminism in order to challenge the traditions of male hegemony in art. (November 4-December 4, 2019)

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SYNAPSES: The Gowanus Swim Society Art Collective

SYNAPSES: The Gowanus Swim Society Art Collective


Synapses is an exhibit that explores the deep interconnectivity between artists belonging to a small Brooklyn art collective, The Gowanus Swim Society. Founding member Kristen Haskell ’05, is a studio art alum and curator of the exhibit. (August 20 – October 30, 2019)

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Psychogeography

Psychogeography


Psychogeography explores nine artists’ responses to place [and displacement] in real and imagined spaces. From the psychic to the specific, from recollection to recording, the works in this exhibit recreate the power of place in the human imagination. (April 1 – May 1, 2019)

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PRINTS: Tradition and Innovation

PRINTS: Tradition and Innovation


What is a print and how are contemporary artists finding inventive ways to produce multiples of images that address personal, aesthetic and political issues? The craft of traditional printmaking and well as the newest and most inventive ways artists are addressing this process of creating multiples is explored. (October 29 – December 6, 2018)

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MMXVIII Faculty Art Exhibition

MMXVIII Faculty Art Exhibition


Participating artists: Craig Banholzer, Sally Bozzuto, Deborah Brass, Shannon Broder, Hallie Cohen, Elisabeth Condon, Annette Cords, Marianna Ellenberg, Millie Falcaro, E Genevieve, Julia Gran, Carl Gunhouse, Jim Holl, Allison Maletz, Judy Mannarino, Djavan Nascimento, Pedro Ramirez, JJ Reddington, Beth Shipley, Virginia Wagner, Scott Williams, Brian Zegeer (September 17 – October 25, 2018)

Après Coup: Transforming Trauma into Art

Après Coup: Transforming Trauma into Art


Après Coup, an exhibition conceived in response to individual and collective trauma, will be presented in tandem with the conference Translating Trauma into Art and Literature. (March 19 – May 3, 2018)

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The Moby-Dick Project

The Moby-Dick Project


In celebration of the 20th Anniversary of the Bedford Hills College Program (BHCP), a unique exhibition of artworks based on Moby-Dick; or, The Whale, by Herman Melville, has been created by the incarcerated women artists of the BHCP. (October 30 – December 6, 2017)

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MMXVII Faculty Art Exhibition

MMXVII Faculty Art Exhibition


Participating artists: Craig Banholzer, Sally Bozzuto, Shannon Broder, Hallie Cohen, Elisabeth Condon, Annette Cords, Millie Falcaro,  Julia Gran, Carl Gunhouse, Jim Holl, Timothy Hull, Judy Mannarino,  Allison Maletz, Pedro Ramirez, John Ruggeri, Beth Shipley, Brian Zegeer

Exhibition dates: September 17 – October 26, 2017

TRAJECTORIES: A Group Show

TRAJECTORIES: A Group Show


Trajectories explores the evolution of six recent MMC alumni artists at the initial burgeoning of their careers.The show is curated by an art history alumna, Alyssa Rose Johnson ’14.
Artists: Charles Sainty, ’12, Seth Becker, ’13, Ben Chatag, ’14, Jamie Allen, ’14, Amy Pekal, ’15, and Ogulcan Kush, ’15

The exhibit runs from June 3 - September 12, 2017.

Present Danger

Present Danger


Present Danger examines how contemporary artists deal with aggression and violence both as an internal psychic state and as a social and political reality. Opening Reception: Thursday, March 9th, 6-8PM. The exhibition runs from March 6-30, 2017
Home: Function / Dysfunction / Make Believe

Home: Function / Dysfunction / Make Believe


Artists explore the meaning of personal and shared space in this exhibit in the Hewitt Gallery of Art.

The exhibition runs from October 31 – December 1, 2016

ALTERED STATES Reuse Refuse

ALTERED STATES Reuse Refuse


Altered States showcases 10 artists engaged in the practice of using recycled and non-traditional art materials to make art. This POP UP exhibition runs from March 21- April 7. 
Opening Reception Tuesday, March 29th 6-8 PM in the Hewitt Gallery of Art.

Artists: Josh Blackwell, Linda Byrne, Janice Caswell, Steve DeFrank, Isabelle Garbani, Tamiko Kawata, Laura Sue King, Shari Mendelson, Annesofie Sandal, Ilene Sunshine.
Curated by Hallie Cohen and Judy Mannarino.
Study Abroad: The Artist As Immigrant

Study Abroad: The Artist As Immigrant


November 2 – December 3, 2015
All artists are immigrants, outsiders exploring and discovering new worlds. They seek either to uncover what is strange in the familiar, or journey to foreign terrains, in reality or imagination.
Illuminating Liminality

Illuminating Liminality


Junior & Art Minor Exhibition in the Hewitt Gallery of Art
February 22 – March 17
Confluence + Influence

Confluence + Influence


April 13 – April 30, 2015
This exhibition brings together the work of seven visual artists in the areas of ceramics, digital animation and painting who are also teaching adjuncts in the art program at MMC this spring. Participating artists: Rebecca AllanAnnette CordsRon Geibel, Oded Naaman, Laini NemettMargaret Murphy, Robin Tewes.
Curated by Hallie Cohen
The Selfie and Others

The Selfie and Others


The Selfie and Others takes a peek at contemporary portraiture through the lens of the eye and the lens of the iPhone. This exhibition showcases various painters, photographers and cross-media artists as they reveal the art of image capture in an increasingly digital age. The onus now falls on the artist to differentiate between the capture and the art.
Curated by Hallie Cohen
February 2 – March 5, 2015
Food for Thought

Food for Thought


Exploring the importance of food in contemporary culture, FOOD FOR THOUGHT is a hands-on, multi-media investigation of food-related imagery and ideas created through the lenses and imaginations of visual artists.
The exhibition, co-curated by Hallie Cohen, Director of the Hewitt Gallery and Chair of the Art & Art History Department and Associate Professor of Art Millie Falcaro, explores the multi-dimensional aspects of eating and taste – from production to consumption – and showcases how art reflects our need for, and fascination with, the culinary.  Bringing together artists from a multitude of disciplines, FOOD FOR THOUGHT presents an experience where art meets science, and nature influences culture.
November 3-December 4, 2014