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  • Sunday, September 19, 2021

    • “Technicolor Familiar: Illustrations by E. K. McDonnell” Time: All Day Locations: The Richard B. Talkin Family Art Gallery Details:

      August 30 - November 22, 2021

      Reception: Saturday, September 25, 2021 6:00 p.m. -8:00 p.m.
      Gallery Hours: 10 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. daily.
      Artist Lecture: View on YouTube

      “Technicolor Familiar: Illustrations by E. K. McDonnell” is an exhibition of recent drawings by local artist Emma Kramer McDonnell. The exhibition features a selection of McDonnell’s intimate, small-scale illustrations inspired by Surrealism, pop culture, and Western Esotericism. The Richard B. Talkin Family Art Gallery is located on the first floor of the McCuan Hall.

      Emma McDonnell: Yellow dinosaur skull

      technicolor familiar encapsulates the current iteration of McDonnell's personal art practice. The name was adopted in 2018 to reflect the evolution taking place in her artwork; "technicolor" for highly saturated palettes, and "familiar" for creatures connected to magic and the occult. Anachronistic in style and symbolism, Technicolor Familiar exists somewhere between surrealism, pop art, medieval altarpieces, and Western esotericism. This new body of work draws inspiration from the (un)natural world, astrology, alchemy, dreams and the subconscious. 

      Emma K. McDonnell has been a practicing illustrator for nearly a decade, providing original artwork for theatre companies up and down the East Coast, including Pig Pen Theatre Co., Third Rail Projects LLC, and HCC's very own Arts Collective. As a fine art illustrator, Emma primarily works with traditional media, combining bold colors and delicate mark-making to generate small-scale, intimate illustrations. Emma received an AA in Studio Art from HCC and a BFA in Illustration from the Art Institute of Boston, and had been applying her formal visual art education to creative jobs in the performing arts ever since. 

      View Exhibition Catalog

       
       
    • Linnea Poole: Kuomboleza* Time: All Day Locations: The Rouse Company Foundation Gallery Details:

      August 30 - November 22, 2021

      Reception: Saturday, September 25, 2021, 6:00 p.m - 8:00 p.m.
      Gallery Hours: 10 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. daily.
      Artist Lecture: Wednesday, October 20, 1:30 p.m., Monteabaro Recital Hall 

      Kuomboleza* an exhibition featuring fabrics, photography and film by Linnea Poole explores  mourning, personal reflection, self discovery and the artist's hopes for the human collective. 

      *(mourning in swahili)  

      Linnea Poole: Women with green flowing sash.

       
       
  • Monday, September 20, 2021

    • “Technicolor Familiar: Illustrations by E. K. McDonnell” Time: All Day Locations: The Richard B. Talkin Family Art Gallery Details:

      August 30 - November 22, 2021

      Reception: Saturday, September 25, 2021 6:00 p.m. -8:00 p.m.
      Gallery Hours: 10 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. daily.
      Artist Lecture: View on YouTube

      “Technicolor Familiar: Illustrations by E. K. McDonnell” is an exhibition of recent drawings by local artist Emma Kramer McDonnell. The exhibition features a selection of McDonnell’s intimate, small-scale illustrations inspired by Surrealism, pop culture, and Western Esotericism. The Richard B. Talkin Family Art Gallery is located on the first floor of the McCuan Hall.

      Emma McDonnell: Yellow dinosaur skull

      technicolor familiar encapsulates the current iteration of McDonnell's personal art practice. The name was adopted in 2018 to reflect the evolution taking place in her artwork; "technicolor" for highly saturated palettes, and "familiar" for creatures connected to magic and the occult. Anachronistic in style and symbolism, Technicolor Familiar exists somewhere between surrealism, pop art, medieval altarpieces, and Western esotericism. This new body of work draws inspiration from the (un)natural world, astrology, alchemy, dreams and the subconscious. 

      Emma K. McDonnell has been a practicing illustrator for nearly a decade, providing original artwork for theatre companies up and down the East Coast, including Pig Pen Theatre Co., Third Rail Projects LLC, and HCC's very own Arts Collective. As a fine art illustrator, Emma primarily works with traditional media, combining bold colors and delicate mark-making to generate small-scale, intimate illustrations. Emma received an AA in Studio Art from HCC and a BFA in Illustration from the Art Institute of Boston, and had been applying her formal visual art education to creative jobs in the performing arts ever since. 

      View Exhibition Catalog

       
       
    • Linnea Poole: Kuomboleza* Time: All Day Locations: The Rouse Company Foundation Gallery Details:

      August 30 - November 22, 2021

      Reception: Saturday, September 25, 2021, 6:00 p.m - 8:00 p.m.
      Gallery Hours: 10 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. daily.
      Artist Lecture: Wednesday, October 20, 1:30 p.m., Monteabaro Recital Hall 

      Kuomboleza* an exhibition featuring fabrics, photography and film by Linnea Poole explores  mourning, personal reflection, self discovery and the artist's hopes for the human collective. 

      *(mourning in swahili)  

      Linnea Poole: Women with green flowing sash.

       
       
    • Shana R. Goetsch "Doom Days"
      Shana R. Goetsch "Doom Days" Time: All Day Locations: Online Details:

      Shana R. Goetsch
      Dooms Day Virtual Gallery Exhibit
      September 20 - November 22, 2021

      View Online Exhibit

      Artist Statement 

      Shana R. Goetsch

      I come from whispered wishes
      a child of the corn, filled with red meats and casserole dishes.
      Ruddy cheeks in the winter
      sun burnt shoulders in the summer
      I am from rusty, dusty barns,
      and red front doors
      (because my mom wanted to be fancy like Elizabeth Arden,
      so I'll beg your pardon).
      Red carpets, red curtains, red blood
      you always knew how to make an entrance,
      and an exit.

      "All I see is red", a psychic once said.

      I made art about you,
      and it was Sanguine.
      Filled with want and silent screams,
      and warm pigments
      deep reds of cadmiums and crimsons.
      I scratched, ripped, scored, scarred, and carved the surface,
      still tattooing these lines with my hands, so I'll never forget the purpose.
      Touching hands, reaching out, touching me, touching you...
      I come from Diamonds and Princes
      smart mouths, and capable bitches
      squishy hugs and terrible kisses
      longings and losses, and optimisms and wishes.

       
       
  • Tuesday, September 21, 2021

    • “Technicolor Familiar: Illustrations by E. K. McDonnell” Time: All Day Locations: The Richard B. Talkin Family Art Gallery Details:

      August 30 - November 22, 2021

      Reception: Saturday, September 25, 2021 6:00 p.m. -8:00 p.m.
      Gallery Hours: 10 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. daily.
      Artist Lecture: View on YouTube

      “Technicolor Familiar: Illustrations by E. K. McDonnell” is an exhibition of recent drawings by local artist Emma Kramer McDonnell. The exhibition features a selection of McDonnell’s intimate, small-scale illustrations inspired by Surrealism, pop culture, and Western Esotericism. The Richard B. Talkin Family Art Gallery is located on the first floor of the McCuan Hall.

      Emma McDonnell: Yellow dinosaur skull

      technicolor familiar encapsulates the current iteration of McDonnell's personal art practice. The name was adopted in 2018 to reflect the evolution taking place in her artwork; "technicolor" for highly saturated palettes, and "familiar" for creatures connected to magic and the occult. Anachronistic in style and symbolism, Technicolor Familiar exists somewhere between surrealism, pop art, medieval altarpieces, and Western esotericism. This new body of work draws inspiration from the (un)natural world, astrology, alchemy, dreams and the subconscious. 

      Emma K. McDonnell has been a practicing illustrator for nearly a decade, providing original artwork for theatre companies up and down the East Coast, including Pig Pen Theatre Co., Third Rail Projects LLC, and HCC's very own Arts Collective. As a fine art illustrator, Emma primarily works with traditional media, combining bold colors and delicate mark-making to generate small-scale, intimate illustrations. Emma received an AA in Studio Art from HCC and a BFA in Illustration from the Art Institute of Boston, and had been applying her formal visual art education to creative jobs in the performing arts ever since. 

      View Exhibition Catalog

       
       
    • Linnea Poole: Kuomboleza* Time: All Day Locations: The Rouse Company Foundation Gallery Details:

      August 30 - November 22, 2021

      Reception: Saturday, September 25, 2021, 6:00 p.m - 8:00 p.m.
      Gallery Hours: 10 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. daily.
      Artist Lecture: Wednesday, October 20, 1:30 p.m., Monteabaro Recital Hall 

      Kuomboleza* an exhibition featuring fabrics, photography and film by Linnea Poole explores  mourning, personal reflection, self discovery and the artist's hopes for the human collective. 

      *(mourning in swahili)  

      Linnea Poole: Women with green flowing sash.

       
       
    • Shana R. Goetsch "Doom Days"
      Shana R. Goetsch "Doom Days" Time: All Day Locations: Online Details:

      Shana R. Goetsch
      Dooms Day Virtual Gallery Exhibit
      September 20 - November 22, 2021

      View Online Exhibit

      Artist Statement 

      Shana R. Goetsch

      I come from whispered wishes
      a child of the corn, filled with red meats and casserole dishes.
      Ruddy cheeks in the winter
      sun burnt shoulders in the summer
      I am from rusty, dusty barns,
      and red front doors
      (because my mom wanted to be fancy like Elizabeth Arden,
      so I'll beg your pardon).
      Red carpets, red curtains, red blood
      you always knew how to make an entrance,
      and an exit.

      "All I see is red", a psychic once said.

      I made art about you,
      and it was Sanguine.
      Filled with want and silent screams,
      and warm pigments
      deep reds of cadmiums and crimsons.
      I scratched, ripped, scored, scarred, and carved the surface,
      still tattooing these lines with my hands, so I'll never forget the purpose.
      Touching hands, reaching out, touching me, touching you...
      I come from Diamonds and Princes
      smart mouths, and capable bitches
      squishy hugs and terrible kisses
      longings and losses, and optimisms and wishes.

       
       
  • Wednesday, September 22, 2021

    • “Technicolor Familiar: Illustrations by E. K. McDonnell” Time: All Day Locations: The Richard B. Talkin Family Art Gallery Details:

      August 30 - November 22, 2021

      Reception: Saturday, September 25, 2021 6:00 p.m. -8:00 p.m.
      Gallery Hours: 10 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. daily.
      Artist Lecture: View on YouTube

      “Technicolor Familiar: Illustrations by E. K. McDonnell” is an exhibition of recent drawings by local artist Emma Kramer McDonnell. The exhibition features a selection of McDonnell’s intimate, small-scale illustrations inspired by Surrealism, pop culture, and Western Esotericism. The Richard B. Talkin Family Art Gallery is located on the first floor of the McCuan Hall.

      Emma McDonnell: Yellow dinosaur skull

      technicolor familiar encapsulates the current iteration of McDonnell's personal art practice. The name was adopted in 2018 to reflect the evolution taking place in her artwork; "technicolor" for highly saturated palettes, and "familiar" for creatures connected to magic and the occult. Anachronistic in style and symbolism, Technicolor Familiar exists somewhere between surrealism, pop art, medieval altarpieces, and Western esotericism. This new body of work draws inspiration from the (un)natural world, astrology, alchemy, dreams and the subconscious. 

      Emma K. McDonnell has been a practicing illustrator for nearly a decade, providing original artwork for theatre companies up and down the East Coast, including Pig Pen Theatre Co., Third Rail Projects LLC, and HCC's very own Arts Collective. As a fine art illustrator, Emma primarily works with traditional media, combining bold colors and delicate mark-making to generate small-scale, intimate illustrations. Emma received an AA in Studio Art from HCC and a BFA in Illustration from the Art Institute of Boston, and had been applying her formal visual art education to creative jobs in the performing arts ever since. 

      View Exhibition Catalog

       
       
    • Linnea Poole: Kuomboleza* Time: All Day Locations: The Rouse Company Foundation Gallery Details:

      August 30 - November 22, 2021

      Reception: Saturday, September 25, 2021, 6:00 p.m - 8:00 p.m.
      Gallery Hours: 10 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. daily.
      Artist Lecture: Wednesday, October 20, 1:30 p.m., Monteabaro Recital Hall 

      Kuomboleza* an exhibition featuring fabrics, photography and film by Linnea Poole explores  mourning, personal reflection, self discovery and the artist's hopes for the human collective. 

      *(mourning in swahili)  

      Linnea Poole: Women with green flowing sash.

       
       
    • Shana R. Goetsch "Doom Days"
      Shana R. Goetsch "Doom Days" Time: All Day Locations: Online Details:

      Shana R. Goetsch
      Dooms Day Virtual Gallery Exhibit
      September 20 - November 22, 2021

      View Online Exhibit

      Artist Statement 

      Shana R. Goetsch

      I come from whispered wishes
      a child of the corn, filled with red meats and casserole dishes.
      Ruddy cheeks in the winter
      sun burnt shoulders in the summer
      I am from rusty, dusty barns,
      and red front doors
      (because my mom wanted to be fancy like Elizabeth Arden,
      so I'll beg your pardon).
      Red carpets, red curtains, red blood
      you always knew how to make an entrance,
      and an exit.

      "All I see is red", a psychic once said.

      I made art about you,
      and it was Sanguine.
      Filled with want and silent screams,
      and warm pigments
      deep reds of cadmiums and crimsons.
      I scratched, ripped, scored, scarred, and carved the surface,
      still tattooing these lines with my hands, so I'll never forget the purpose.
      Touching hands, reaching out, touching me, touching you...
      I come from Diamonds and Princes
      smart mouths, and capable bitches
      squishy hugs and terrible kisses
      longings and losses, and optimisms and wishes.

       
       
  • Thursday, September 23, 2021

    • “Technicolor Familiar: Illustrations by E. K. McDonnell” Time: All Day Locations: The Richard B. Talkin Family Art Gallery Details:

      August 30 - November 22, 2021

      Reception: Saturday, September 25, 2021 6:00 p.m. -8:00 p.m.
      Gallery Hours: 10 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. daily.
      Artist Lecture: View on YouTube

      “Technicolor Familiar: Illustrations by E. K. McDonnell” is an exhibition of recent drawings by local artist Emma Kramer McDonnell. The exhibition features a selection of McDonnell’s intimate, small-scale illustrations inspired by Surrealism, pop culture, and Western Esotericism. The Richard B. Talkin Family Art Gallery is located on the first floor of the McCuan Hall.

      Emma McDonnell: Yellow dinosaur skull

      technicolor familiar encapsulates the current iteration of McDonnell's personal art practice. The name was adopted in 2018 to reflect the evolution taking place in her artwork; "technicolor" for highly saturated palettes, and "familiar" for creatures connected to magic and the occult. Anachronistic in style and symbolism, Technicolor Familiar exists somewhere between surrealism, pop art, medieval altarpieces, and Western esotericism. This new body of work draws inspiration from the (un)natural world, astrology, alchemy, dreams and the subconscious. 

      Emma K. McDonnell has been a practicing illustrator for nearly a decade, providing original artwork for theatre companies up and down the East Coast, including Pig Pen Theatre Co., Third Rail Projects LLC, and HCC's very own Arts Collective. As a fine art illustrator, Emma primarily works with traditional media, combining bold colors and delicate mark-making to generate small-scale, intimate illustrations. Emma received an AA in Studio Art from HCC and a BFA in Illustration from the Art Institute of Boston, and had been applying her formal visual art education to creative jobs in the performing arts ever since. 

      View Exhibition Catalog

       
       
    • Linnea Poole: Kuomboleza* Time: All Day Locations: The Rouse Company Foundation Gallery Details:

      August 30 - November 22, 2021

      Reception: Saturday, September 25, 2021, 6:00 p.m - 8:00 p.m.
      Gallery Hours: 10 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. daily.
      Artist Lecture: Wednesday, October 20, 1:30 p.m., Monteabaro Recital Hall 

      Kuomboleza* an exhibition featuring fabrics, photography and film by Linnea Poole explores  mourning, personal reflection, self discovery and the artist's hopes for the human collective. 

      *(mourning in swahili)  

      Linnea Poole: Women with green flowing sash.

       
       
    • Shana R. Goetsch "Doom Days"
      Shana R. Goetsch "Doom Days" Time: All Day Locations: Online Details:

      Shana R. Goetsch
      Dooms Day Virtual Gallery Exhibit
      September 20 - November 22, 2021

      View Online Exhibit

      Artist Statement 

      Shana R. Goetsch

      I come from whispered wishes
      a child of the corn, filled with red meats and casserole dishes.
      Ruddy cheeks in the winter
      sun burnt shoulders in the summer
      I am from rusty, dusty barns,
      and red front doors
      (because my mom wanted to be fancy like Elizabeth Arden,
      so I'll beg your pardon).
      Red carpets, red curtains, red blood
      you always knew how to make an entrance,
      and an exit.

      "All I see is red", a psychic once said.

      I made art about you,
      and it was Sanguine.
      Filled with want and silent screams,
      and warm pigments
      deep reds of cadmiums and crimsons.
      I scratched, ripped, scored, scarred, and carved the surface,
      still tattooing these lines with my hands, so I'll never forget the purpose.
      Touching hands, reaching out, touching me, touching you...
      I come from Diamonds and Princes
      smart mouths, and capable bitches
      squishy hugs and terrible kisses
      longings and losses, and optimisms and wishes.

       
       
  • Friday, September 24, 2021

    • “Technicolor Familiar: Illustrations by E. K. McDonnell” Time: All Day Locations: The Richard B. Talkin Family Art Gallery Details:

      August 30 - November 22, 2021

      Reception: Saturday, September 25, 2021 6:00 p.m. -8:00 p.m.
      Gallery Hours: 10 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. daily.
      Artist Lecture: View on YouTube

      “Technicolor Familiar: Illustrations by E. K. McDonnell” is an exhibition of recent drawings by local artist Emma Kramer McDonnell. The exhibition features a selection of McDonnell’s intimate, small-scale illustrations inspired by Surrealism, pop culture, and Western Esotericism. The Richard B. Talkin Family Art Gallery is located on the first floor of the McCuan Hall.

      Emma McDonnell: Yellow dinosaur skull

      technicolor familiar encapsulates the current iteration of McDonnell's personal art practice. The name was adopted in 2018 to reflect the evolution taking place in her artwork; "technicolor" for highly saturated palettes, and "familiar" for creatures connected to magic and the occult. Anachronistic in style and symbolism, Technicolor Familiar exists somewhere between surrealism, pop art, medieval altarpieces, and Western esotericism. This new body of work draws inspiration from the (un)natural world, astrology, alchemy, dreams and the subconscious. 

      Emma K. McDonnell has been a practicing illustrator for nearly a decade, providing original artwork for theatre companies up and down the East Coast, including Pig Pen Theatre Co., Third Rail Projects LLC, and HCC's very own Arts Collective. As a fine art illustrator, Emma primarily works with traditional media, combining bold colors and delicate mark-making to generate small-scale, intimate illustrations. Emma received an AA in Studio Art from HCC and a BFA in Illustration from the Art Institute of Boston, and had been applying her formal visual art education to creative jobs in the performing arts ever since. 

      View Exhibition Catalog

       
       
    • Linnea Poole: Kuomboleza* Time: All Day Locations: The Rouse Company Foundation Gallery Details:

      August 30 - November 22, 2021

      Reception: Saturday, September 25, 2021, 6:00 p.m - 8:00 p.m.
      Gallery Hours: 10 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. daily.
      Artist Lecture: Wednesday, October 20, 1:30 p.m., Monteabaro Recital Hall 

      Kuomboleza* an exhibition featuring fabrics, photography and film by Linnea Poole explores  mourning, personal reflection, self discovery and the artist's hopes for the human collective. 

      *(mourning in swahili)  

      Linnea Poole: Women with green flowing sash.

       
       
    • Shana R. Goetsch "Doom Days"
      Shana R. Goetsch "Doom Days" Time: All Day Locations: Online Details:

      Shana R. Goetsch
      Dooms Day Virtual Gallery Exhibit
      September 20 - November 22, 2021

      View Online Exhibit

      Artist Statement 

      Shana R. Goetsch

      I come from whispered wishes
      a child of the corn, filled with red meats and casserole dishes.
      Ruddy cheeks in the winter
      sun burnt shoulders in the summer
      I am from rusty, dusty barns,
      and red front doors
      (because my mom wanted to be fancy like Elizabeth Arden,
      so I'll beg your pardon).
      Red carpets, red curtains, red blood
      you always knew how to make an entrance,
      and an exit.

      "All I see is red", a psychic once said.

      I made art about you,
      and it was Sanguine.
      Filled with want and silent screams,
      and warm pigments
      deep reds of cadmiums and crimsons.
      I scratched, ripped, scored, scarred, and carved the surface,
      still tattooing these lines with my hands, so I'll never forget the purpose.
      Touching hands, reaching out, touching me, touching you...
      I come from Diamonds and Princes
      smart mouths, and capable bitches
      squishy hugs and terrible kisses
      longings and losses, and optimisms and wishes.

       
       
    • Film Club: The Search for General Tso Time: 7:00pm - 8:00pm Locations: Zoom Details:

      The discussion series is like a book club, but with films. Watch the movies at your convenience before the scheduled discussion, and join the discussions on Friday evenings via Zoom. Discussions will be moderated by HCC film professors Marie Westhaver and Mike Giuliano with occasional special guests.

      The Search for General Tso - a red silhouette of man on a horse

      The Search for General Tso  
      (USA) (2015)

      Who was General Tso, and why are we eating his chicken? This feature documentary explores the origins and ubiquity of Chinese-American food. It’s a good movie to watch with an order of good Chinese takeout. 1 hour 11 minutes

      Director: Ian Cheney

      Writers: Ian Cheney

      Stars: Susan Carter, Ian Cheney and Philip Chiang

      Film Club Discussion: September 24 at 7:00 p.m. | 

      Available to rent through Amazon Prime Video for $3.99.

      Watch the Trailer: https://youtu.be/7z0hmBIR8BE

      Registration Information

      Tickets: Free - Register Now

      The Zoom link will be emailed to registered individual on the day each discussion. If you have any questions or problems during registration, contact the Horowitz Center Box Office.

       
       
  • Saturday, September 25, 2021

    • “Technicolor Familiar: Illustrations by E. K. McDonnell” Time: All Day Locations: The Richard B. Talkin Family Art Gallery Details:

      August 30 - November 22, 2021

      Reception: Saturday, September 25, 2021 6:00 p.m. -8:00 p.m.
      Gallery Hours: 10 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. daily.
      Artist Lecture: View on YouTube

      “Technicolor Familiar: Illustrations by E. K. McDonnell” is an exhibition of recent drawings by local artist Emma Kramer McDonnell. The exhibition features a selection of McDonnell’s intimate, small-scale illustrations inspired by Surrealism, pop culture, and Western Esotericism. The Richard B. Talkin Family Art Gallery is located on the first floor of the McCuan Hall.

      Emma McDonnell: Yellow dinosaur skull

      technicolor familiar encapsulates the current iteration of McDonnell's personal art practice. The name was adopted in 2018 to reflect the evolution taking place in her artwork; "technicolor" for highly saturated palettes, and "familiar" for creatures connected to magic and the occult. Anachronistic in style and symbolism, Technicolor Familiar exists somewhere between surrealism, pop art, medieval altarpieces, and Western esotericism. This new body of work draws inspiration from the (un)natural world, astrology, alchemy, dreams and the subconscious. 

      Emma K. McDonnell has been a practicing illustrator for nearly a decade, providing original artwork for theatre companies up and down the East Coast, including Pig Pen Theatre Co., Third Rail Projects LLC, and HCC's very own Arts Collective. As a fine art illustrator, Emma primarily works with traditional media, combining bold colors and delicate mark-making to generate small-scale, intimate illustrations. Emma received an AA in Studio Art from HCC and a BFA in Illustration from the Art Institute of Boston, and had been applying her formal visual art education to creative jobs in the performing arts ever since. 

      View Exhibition Catalog

       
       
    • Linnea Poole: Kuomboleza* Time: All Day Locations: The Rouse Company Foundation Gallery Details:

      August 30 - November 22, 2021

      Reception: Saturday, September 25, 2021, 6:00 p.m - 8:00 p.m.
      Gallery Hours: 10 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. daily.
      Artist Lecture: Wednesday, October 20, 1:30 p.m., Monteabaro Recital Hall 

      Kuomboleza* an exhibition featuring fabrics, photography and film by Linnea Poole explores  mourning, personal reflection, self discovery and the artist's hopes for the human collective. 

      *(mourning in swahili)  

      Linnea Poole: Women with green flowing sash.

       
       
    • Shana R. Goetsch "Doom Days"
      Shana R. Goetsch "Doom Days" Time: All Day Locations: Online Details:

      Shana R. Goetsch
      Dooms Day Virtual Gallery Exhibit
      September 20 - November 22, 2021

      View Online Exhibit

      Artist Statement 

      Shana R. Goetsch

      I come from whispered wishes
      a child of the corn, filled with red meats and casserole dishes.
      Ruddy cheeks in the winter
      sun burnt shoulders in the summer
      I am from rusty, dusty barns,
      and red front doors
      (because my mom wanted to be fancy like Elizabeth Arden,
      so I'll beg your pardon).
      Red carpets, red curtains, red blood
      you always knew how to make an entrance,
      and an exit.

      "All I see is red", a psychic once said.

      I made art about you,
      and it was Sanguine.
      Filled with want and silent screams,
      and warm pigments
      deep reds of cadmiums and crimsons.
      I scratched, ripped, scored, scarred, and carved the surface,
      still tattooing these lines with my hands, so I'll never forget the purpose.
      Touching hands, reaching out, touching me, touching you...
      I come from Diamonds and Princes
      smart mouths, and capable bitches
      squishy hugs and terrible kisses
      longings and losses, and optimisms and wishes.

       
       
    • Artist Reception: Technicolor Familiar: Illustrations by E. K. McDonnell 
      Artist Reception: Technicolor Familiar: Illustrations by E. K. McDonnell  Time: 6:00pm - 8:00pm Locations: Horowitz Center Galleries Details:

      “Technicolor Familiar: Illustrations by E. K. McDonnell” is an exhibition of recent drawings by local artist Emma Kramer McDonnell. The exhibition features a selection of McDonnell’s intimate, small-scale illustrations inspired by Surrealism, pop culture, and Western Esotericism. The Richard B. Talkin Family Art Gallery is located on the first floor of the McCuan Hall.

      Technicolor Familiar encapsulates the current iteration of McDonnell's personal art practice. The name was adopted in 2018 to reflect the evolution taking place in her artwork; "technicolor" for highly saturated palettes, and "familiar" for creatures connected to magic and the occult. Anachronistic in style and symbolism, Technicolor Familiar exists somewhere between surrealism, pop art, medieval altarpieces, and Western esotericism. This new body of work draws inspiration from the (un)natural world, astrology, alchemy, dreams and the subconscious. 

       
       
    • Artist Reception: Linnea Poole kuomboleza
      Artist Reception: Linnea Poole kuomboleza Time: 6:00pm - 8:00pm Locations: Horowitz Center Details:

      Kuomboleza* an exhibition featuring fabrics, photography and film by Linnea Poole explores  mourning, personal reflection, self discovery and the artist's hopes for the human collective.    

      The Reception for kuomboleza will take place Saturday September 25th from 6 to 8pm. 

      *(mourning in swahili)  

      Both galleries are free and open to the public from 10 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. daily.

       
       

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