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Video on John Udvardy April 21, 2011

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Watch this video shot by Paul Falcone of WCAC-TV on the exhibition “John Udvardy: A Sculptor’s Vision” which is currently on view at the gallery. In this interview I discuss John’s creative process and the experience of putting together the exhibition.

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Video: “Trigger and Reconfigure” March 10, 2011

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Below are interviews from the recent “Trigger and Reconfigure” exhibition which featured artists Antoinette Winters, Abbie Read, Laura Evans, and Jessica Straus.  Click on the images to watch the videos!

Video with Jessica Straus and Antoinette Winters
Shot and edited by Paul Cabral from WCAC-TV

“Trigger and Reconfigure”, Jan. 22-Feb. 19, 2011

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Video with Abbie Read and Laura Evans
Shot and edited by Paul Cabral from WCAC-TV
“Trigger and Reconfigure”
, Jan. 22-Feb. 19, 2011

Videos from “Deconstruct/Reconstruct” February 11, 2011

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Below are interviews with students Ali Crank, Eliza Tibbits, and Jacob West based on their work in the exhibition “Deconstruct/Reconstruct”.  The exhibition featured a series of work done in the ARTS314 Advanced Drawing course with Clara Lieu in fall 2010.

Video: Transformations Gallery Talk May 24, 2010

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The gallery talk given by RISD Professors Thomas Lyon Mills and Ken Takashi Horii from the “Transformations” exhibition a few months ago is now available for viewing on the Jewett Art Gallery’s new Youtube channel. Click on the links below to view all 6 segments of the gallery talk.

Video 1 of 6: Thomas Lyon Mills
Video 2 of 6: Thomas Lyon Mills
Video 3 of 6: Thomas Lyon Mills
Video 4 of 6: Ken Takashi Horii
Video 5 of 6: Ken Takashi Horii
Video 6 of 6: Ken Takashi Horii

Gallery Talk: Thomas Lyon Mills

Video: Senior Thesis Exhibition May 21, 2010

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View this video featuring seniors Tamara Al-Mashouk and Ji Young Lim in the current 2010 Senior Thesis Exhibition exhibition on view at the gallery through May 28.  In the video Ji and Tamara speak about their influences and process in creating their pieces. The video was shot and edited by Paul Falcone from WCAC-TV.


Video with Ji Young Lim & Tamara Al-Mashouk, Class of 2010
Shot & edited by Paul Falcone from WCAC-TV


Video: Nathalie Miebach April 10, 2010

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View this video of Nathalie Miebach speaking about her work in the current “Transformations” exhibition. The video was shot and edited by Paul Falcone from WCAC-TV.

Video: Ken Takashi Horii April 8, 2010

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View this video of Ken Takashi Horii speaking about his work in the current “Transformations” exhibition. The video was shot and edited by Paul Falcone from WCAC-TV.

Gallery is closed March 20-29 March 21, 2010

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The Jewett Art Gallery will be closed March 20-29 for Wellesley College’s spring break.  Our current exhibition, “Transformations” featuring artists Ken Takashi Horii, Crudelle-Janello, Thomas Lyon Mills, and Nathalie Miebach reopens on March 30 and runs through April 10.

View these videos  of Crudelle-Janello and Thomas Lyon Mills speaking about their work in the “Transformations” exhibition. The videos were shot and edited by Paul Falcone from WCAC-TV.

Video with Crudelle-Janello

Video with Thomas Lyon Mills

Dual Action on WCAC TV March 21, 2009

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WCAC TV, the Wellesley Cable Access Corporation attended our opening reception for “Dual Action: New England Print Faculty Invitational” and recorded a news segment on the exhibition.  The segment includes an overview from myself on the exhibition as well as short interviews with Dwight Pogue from Smith College, Nancy Campbell from Mount Holyoke College, and Carolyn Muskat from SMFA, AIB, and Massart.