• Hartwick Foreman Gallery Exhibit
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  • Hartwick Foreman Gallery Exhibit

Department of Art & Art History Calendar of Events


Fall Semester 2014 - Foreman Gallery events:

Uisce Beatha: Water of Life - September 11 - October 17.

Exhibition features the work of three professional artists and present "water" as an essential element to daily life. Douglas Ross, Sandra Gottlieb  and Terry Slade interpret through their creative mediums, some of the personalities of this vital natural element that sustains us.

Exhibiting artist, Douglas Ross  will present a lecture in the Anderson Center of the Arts Theatre on October 16, 7:00 pm.

This exhibit is sponsored, in part, through the Foreman Institute for the Performing and Creative Arts.


Hawser Series - November 6 - December 13

Huguette Despault May, illustrator and photographer will exhibit her works of large charcoal drawings that depict the frailty and intricacy of a common object.

Opening reception: Thursday, November 6, 4:30 - 6:00 pm.


The Art of Illustration in Film - November 4

Printmaker and illustrator, Alyson Markell will present the steps used to create digital creatures and effects for film from concept design to the final special effect. Film clips and discussion on concept and design, view paint, technical preparation, animation and composting.

Anderson Center for the Arts Theatre, 7:00 pm.


Call for entries - Juried Student Exhibition - December 8 - 11.

Current student artwork may be submitted for review and selection into the annual Juried Student Exhibit. 

James Ridlon, artist, Professor of Art (retired) at Syracuse University and  former NFL football player will be guest juror.

Juried Student Exhibition will open on January 8, 2015. Reception and Award Ceremony: February 12, 2015, 4:30 pm.

For additional information on Foreman Gallery events, please contact Nancy Golden, Gallery Exhibition Coordinator at x4575 or goldenN@hartwick.edu.


Events Sponsored by The Department of Art and Art History -

Jane Fine: Ladies and Gentlemen, Please Remain Calm. Discussion of latest paintings by the artist.  September 9, 5 pm, Anderson Center for the Arts, Room 138.

Ryan Jennings Clarke: Localized Linear Morphea. Clark willl discuss his work with time-based media through the last decade. September 15, 5 pm, Anderson Center for the Arts, Room 138.

New York City Bus Trip - September 20.

Glassblowing Demonstrations with Chris  Rochelle '05 - September 26 & 27, 10 am - 4 pm, Anderson Center for the Arts Glassblowing Studio.

Artists  Workshop and Talks with Adam Paulek (Potter) and Dan Molyneux (Sculptor) - October 8, 9 am-4 pm, October 9, 9 am - noon, Anderson Center for the Arts, Room 122 . Lecture: Room 122, 6 pm.

Dr. Leesa Rittelmann and Colleen Davis '15 - Fall Yarn Bombing Event. Workshop and lecture - October 23, 7 pm -9 pm, Anderson Center for the Arts Foyer and Theatre. Sponsored, in part, by the Foreman Institute for the Creative and Performing Arts.

Anne Elizabeth Moore: Our Fashion Year: Comics, Gender, Labor, and Culture. Artist, activist and journalist, Ms. Moore will discuss Our Fashion Year, a series of full-color, non fiction comic strips on Truthout. October 27, 5 pm, Anderson Center for the Arts Theatre.

Art History Senior Thesis Presentations. November 21, 10 am - 2:30 pm, Anderson Center for the Arts, Room 138. Sara Brubaker, Colleen Davis, Carly Drisland, Mackenzie Hubner, Tessa Kansas, Stephanie Luce and Leanne Schmadtke.

Empty Bowls - Annual event to raise awareness to end hunger. Hand made bowls may be purchased and will be filled with soup from local area restaurants. Your ticket purchase will help eradicate hunger in our area.

Pine Lake Photography Contest Exhibition Opening and Dinner - December 3, 7 pm, Vaudevillian, Pine Lake Environmental Campus. Entry submission due by November 7 at noon. Open to all current Hartwick College students.

Sophomore  Review Exhibition - December 1 - 8, Anderson Center for the Arts Hallways. Reception: December 5, 12:30 - 1:30 pm.

All events are free and open to the public.

Contact the Art and Art History Art Office at 431-4825  for additional information.