Calendar of Events
Monday, May 1, 2017
Sign up for Operation: Community Outreach Time: All Day Locations: MH 120 Details:
Sign up for Operation: Community Outreach!
HCC students will go to Gentle Giants, a non-profit organization that relies heavily on its volunteers to meet its goals. Volunteers who serve with Gentle Giants will help with general farm maintenance, cleaning stalls and pens and basic horse care.
Sign-up in the Center for Service Learning, MH-120, until Friday, April 21st.
Cara Ober (Final Day) Time: All Day Locations: The Richard B. Talkin Family Art Gallery Details:
Cara Ober “Tragicomdey” Opens March 30th – May 1st. Reception April 6th 5 to 7pm in the Art Department Gallery
A painter, teacher, curator, and writer, Cara Ober layers drawing, painting, and printmaking into mixed media works that examine and reinterpret sentimental imagery. Ober’s narrative works utilize specific phrases and fonts to suggest multiple voices, perspectives, and time periods. Rather than illustrating the text, the images create discord and contrast, layering metaphorical and nonsensical outcomes over personal notation.
Greg McLemore (Final Day) Time: All Day Locations: HVPA, The Rouse Company Foundation Gallery Details:
Gregory Mclemore “ALL Patched Up” Opens March 30th – May 1st Reception April 6th 5 to 7pm in the Rouse Company Gallery
Gregory Mclemore paintings range in subject from the once glorious but now dilapidated buildings of Baltimore City to the historic city of Nagasaki, Japan. The Baltimore Ruins paintings are highly detailed paintings of the city's crumbling and in some cases, razed, structures. Aspiring to reflect the deep, dark, gritty nature of the city, as is reflected in its architecture. Inferences to the human psyche are enmeshed in each gash, hole, and sloppy patch. The Nagasaki City paintings are scenes of Nagasaki's multilevel, Tetris -like architecture. Rather than the gleaming futuristic cities one might expect in Japan, Nagasaki is a charming, historic place, filled with gravity, character, and a shifting horizon line that forces multiple and dramatic views.