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Newsletter - 6/14
Friday, June 14, 2019
Friday, June 14, 2019
Terry Jenoure - Opening tonight!
More information on this summer 2019 course is listed below under Educational, Professional, and Internship Opportunities.
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Correction to original announcement:
A performance by MFA student Nima Nikakhlagh andBA student Lin Bo, titled
"For empires have nothing to do with freedom in which there will be prosperity for the people, together with liberty for the people"
surprised passersby in the SAB stairwell this past semester.
Nine by Nine
A diverse group of artists feature work for the summer exhibition, "nine by nine", 9 artists - each exhibiting 9 works of art. Two of the artists, Sean Greene and Jenn Simms, are MFA alumni from the Department of Art, UMass Amherst.
Reception: Saturday, June 15, 5 - 8 pm
Pulp, 80 Race St., Holyoke, MA 01040
Time and Place: Works On Paper
The four artists in this show use the medium of paper to convey their memory of places. Their two dimensional work has the added dimension of time and space to acquire depth and intensity. The other three artists are Frances Ashforth, Lori Glavin and Justin Kim. Curated by Fereshteh Priou and Ruth Sutcliffe.
May 9 - June 19
Reception: May 3, 6 - 8 pm
Flinn Gallery, Greenwich Library
101 West Putnam Avenue, Second floor
Giorgione: Revolutionary Artist of the Renaissance
Monika Schmitter, Gallery Talk
Uncover the pictorial delights of Renaissance master Giorgione in a gallery talk with Monika Schmitter, professor of Italian Renaissance and Baroque art at University of Massachusetts Amherst. Schmitter discusses the artistic achievements of the great Italian painter as exemplified in La Vecchia.
Free with admission. Meet by the Museum Shop.
Wednesday, June 19, 12:30 pm
Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art
600 Main Street, Hartford, CT 06103
In this series of doll sculptures, paper dolls, illustrations and sound the artist intergates messages from letters written to her grandmother over 100 years ago, ones that express hopes for success upon her arrival in Harlem from Jamaica. Terry Jenoure is the Director of Augusta Savage Gallery at UMass Amherst.
Show runs through June 30
Artist's Reception: Friday, June 14, 5 - 8 pm
126 Main Street
Northampton, MA 01060
Shona Macdonald & John Dickinson
May 3 - June 15
Reception: May 3, 6 - 8 pm
The Contemporary Dayton
118 N. Jefferson Street, Dayton, OH
We have been busy this spring, helping BFA students secure first teaching jobs, assisting others who wish to make transfers to new districts. Letters of Recommendation, networking, filling out referral forms, and responding to reference checks from potential employers has kept us busy. New jobs are as follows:
- Ryan Jobb, 2019 - Art teacher, Boland School, Springfield
- Dominika Bdzula, 2014 - Art teacher, Dryden School, Springfield
- Ryan Lavigne, 2018 - Art teacher from Millbury Jr/Sr High to Ware Jr High
- Ellie Trudeau, 2019 - Underwriter, Hancock Insurance Company
Congratulations on your new positions!!
Enroll in Health and Safety in Art Studio / LLART101
- Comprehensive guide for visual artists, designers, arts educators, theater technicians, builders, and safety professionals.
- Safety requirements for Professional Art Studios and Art Classrooms
- Focus on art materials in compliance with OSHA and EPA regulations to protect both the artist and the earth
- Upon completion of final exam, letter certifying training in arts-related OSHA regulations
Enroll in Health and Safety in Art Studio / LLART101 through UMass Continuing and Professional Education.
August 19 - 23
SAB, UMass Amherst
from seed to fruition
2019 Western Massachusetts Visual Art & Poetry Biennial
The Northampton Arts Council is seeking artists and poets from Hampden, Hampshire, Franklin, and Berkshire counties to submit their best work created over the past two years and that best interprets the theme "from seed to fruition" as a literal form or as a work/body of work that has been fully developed.
Submit your work. Deadline: August 1.
Connecticut Digital Humanities Conference
Trinity College, February 28-29 2020
Call for Proposals
Do you have a new DH project? Are you in the throes of one, and unsure of its destiny? CT DH is an opportunity for getting feedback, developing skills, or sharing your work with other researchers and teachers across New England.
Proposals are due October 1, 2019.
Presenters will be notified of acceptance by end of November.