Guest curated by Makenzie Witter ’14, education and public programs manager at the Glenn H. Curtiss Museum, Hammondsport, NY, using a selection of prints focused on aviation from the Freedman’s permanent collection. This themed exhibit won’t be around long as it will fly off to be installed at the Curtiss after it shows at the Freedman Gallery. (PS)
Under the direction of instructor Amy Stevens, Albright students used photos from the Brett Weston Archive in the Freedman Gallery’s permanent collection as inspiration to inform their own creative process. (MG)
Sarah Fox uses animation to portray the cycle of life and the bodily experience of being female. The Great Cry is a stop-motion animation tragically illustrating the artist’s personal story of infertility and loss. Whereas, Then I Met You is the happy ending and creation myth for her adopted son. (FG)
Artist, glassblower, and successful businessman, Will Dexter has been making and selling world-acclaimed glassworks out of his studio, Taylor Backes, Boyertown, Pa., for decades. Dexter’s work is sought after by high-end collectors and corporations, while dozens of apprentices have sought him out for his skill and expertise. (MG)
Dr. Hamwi’s career as an artist and educator has spanned more than 30 years. At Albright, his influence has been felt by many students in drawing, watercolor and design classes. This exhibit celebrates those influences by pairing Hamwi’s recent work completed during his fall 2018 sabbatical with work by three alumni—Madison VanDuren ’18, Adrienne Brendlinger (formerly Lastoskie) ‘07, and Raymond Reyes ‘16,—whose continuing artistic practices draw from lessons learned under Hamwi’s tutelage. (PS)
Screening includes excerpts from The Melissa Saga, a larger series that Megan Solis created for Performance Art Houston, which addresses the isolation that comes with Internet culture. (FG)
Tuesday, April 30 – Friday, May 10, Freedman Gallery (MG and PS)
This annual exhibition includes a round up of work by Albright students created over the past year. Annual prizes and awards are given in different categories during a special reception. Juror: Dolores Kirschner, Director, Clay on Main, Oley, PA.
Intake, Monday & Tuesday, April 22 – 23, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Award Ceremony and Reception, Thursday, May 9, 5 – 7 p.m.
In this collection of animated works, multidisciplinary artist Michael Martinez weaves a narrative that celebrates LGBT individuals. Each vignette appropriates a myriad of images, including the aesthetics of the 1980s action cinema, video games and Mesoamerican art. (FG)