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Opening Reception for “Deconstruct/Reconstruct” December 15, 2010

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Yesterday afternoon we had an opening reception for the exhibition “Deconstruct/Reconstruct” in the gallery. Students included Eliza Tibbits, Jacob West, Ali Crank, Yoojin Chung, Sophie Wang, and Serena Eastman.

Opening Reception

Opening Reception

Opening Reception

Opening Reception

Opening Today: Transformations March 4, 2010

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Join us for the opening reception for “Transformations”, today at 4:45-6pm.  Meet Ken Takashi Horii, Nathalie Miebach, Thomas Lyon Mills, and Anthony Crudelle-Janello.  Enjoy free wine & refreshments with a live jazz performance from the Wellesley College Music Department.  Hope to see you there!

Postcard for Transformations

“Transformations”: Exhibition events February 16, 2010

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Join us for these upcoming events associated with the exhibition “Transformations” at the Jewett Art Gallery.  The exhibition features Anthony Crudelle-Janello, Ken Takashi Horii, Nathalie Miebach, and Thomas Lyon Mills.  The show runs March 3-April 10; the gallery is closed March 20-29 for spring break. Read more about the exhibition here.

1)Opening Reception: Thurs., March 4, 4:45-6pm
Meet the artists!  Enjoy free wine & refreshments with a live jazz performance from the Wellesley College Music Department.
RSVP to this event on our Facebook page here.

"Transformations" exhibition poster

2)Gallery Talk: Friday, March 5, 1:30pm
Join us and hear Ken Takashi Horii & Thomas Lyon Mills speak about their work.
RSVP to this event on our Facebook page here.

"Transformations" gallery talk poster

3)Applied Arts Workshop: Sculptural Weaving: Saturday, March 13, 1-4pm
Nathalie Miebach will lead a free hands-on workshop in historical and contemporary weaving techniques. Open to the Wellesley College community.

Sculptural Weaving poster