A Short History of Portraiture: Robert Seydel

Robert Seydel’s A Short History of Portraiture (1994-97) is a collection of some 200 Polaroid transfer montages. Focused on the face as a figure of the double, Seydel’s imagery is idiosyncratic in the best sense of the word: his multi-layered portraits of real and fictional characters are not renderings of the canonical faces we might expect to […]

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Gallery closed for the Summer

The Hampshire College Art Gallery will be closed during the summer as we undertake a collection storage project. Please check back in August for our fall semester exhibition and programming.

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Div III Spring 2019

Image: Works by Naomi Romm and Jaime Feiler, Div III 2017 Artists in their final semester at Hampshire experiment with form and conceptual propositions in a series of small group shows. March 27 & 28: Aaron Wald | Handbuilt Guitars Mario Serrano Vee Tineo Reception: March 27, 4:30-6:30pm with live music March 31 & April […]

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Phototransfer & Collage Workshops with Candace Hunter

HAMPSHIRE COLLEGE ART GALLERY Friday February 1, 2019    10am – 1pm / 2pm – 5pm Saturday February  2, 2019    2pm – 5pm* * workshops are free but space is limited and registration required: email ahalliday@hampshire.edu to confirm your place This three hour workshop – offered at three different times to provide multiple options […]

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Artist’s Talk: Affirmations & Inspiration

HAMPSHIRE COLLEGE ART GALLERY Thursday January 31, 2019, 5-6 pm Creating from a disparate bag of tricks, images, discarded thoughts, and whispered stories, both Romare Bearden and Octavia Butler shaped new worlds – with great clarity and beauty. In the artist’s talk accompanying her exhibition So be it. See to it, Candace Hunter discusses how […]

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Spring Opening Reception: ‘So be it. See to it.’

HAMPSHIRE COLLEGE ART GALLERY Wednesday January 30, 2019, 5-7pm Join us for refreshments, opening remarks from artist Candace Hunter and curator Amy Halliday, and information about our extensive exhibition-related spring programming at the official opening reception for So be it. See to it.

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Div III, Fall 2018

Artists in their final semester at Hampshire experiment with form and conceptual propositions in a series of solo and group shows. November 17-19 Carmen Iris Figueroa, Fragments of Belonging Reception: Saturday November 17, 6pm November 28-30 Sydney Kleinrock, Worn: An Examination of the Threads between our Clothing and the Environment Reception: Friday November 30, 6-9pm December 3-4 […]

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It’s not about space, it’s about s p a c e

The multi-disciplinary art exhibition  It’s not about space, it’s about s p a c e  showcases the work of students from the Fall 2018 Five College Advanced Studio Seminar – Committed to the Idea: Conceptual Cohesion Across Mediums, taught by Professor Miatta Kawinzi at Hampshire College. It considers the concept of space as physical, social, […]

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Visceral Viewing: A Poetry Workshop with Magdalena Gómez

HAMPSHIRE COLLEGE ART GALLERY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 17, 6.30 – 9PM * Workshop for Five College students with limited capacity: please register by emailing gallery@hampshire.edu In this writing workshop, participants will view and interpret a self-selected image from Pablo Delano’s installation The Museum of the Old Colony. The intention of the workshop is to provide tools with […]

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AgitArte: Decolonizing Cultural Production and Building Radical Solidarity

HAMPSHIRE COLLEGE ART GALLERY Wednesday October 24, 6.30-8.30 AgitArte is an organization of working class artists and cultural organizers that creates projects and practices of cultural solidarity with grassroots struggles against oppression, and proposes alternatives for transforming our world. This October, four members of AgitArte — Jorge Díaz Ortiz, Dey Hernández, Sugeily Rodríguez Lebrón, and Agustín […]

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