Paul M. Scott Library: Oct. 31 – Dec. 13
L’immersione Artistica: Viterbo, Italy
Reception: Tue., Nov. 5, 5 – 7 pm
For the month of July 2013 students in the Montserrat Study Abroad Program in Italy created drawings, paintings, studies, illustrations, photographs, collages, doodles, sketches, designs and all manner of art in response to living in the medieval Italian town of Viterbo.
They explored the piazzas, the gardens, the cobbled streets, the ancient churches, the cafes, the palaces, and the hidden corners. Viterbo became their home, their muse, their inspiration, their days and their nights…
301 Gallery: Nov. 4 – 8
Queens: A Senior Thesis Show
Reception: Wed., Nov. 6, 5 – 8 pm, 6:30 pm performance
Montserrat College of Art is proud to present the work of six graduating seniors in the upcoming exhibition Queens: A Senior Thesis Show. Seniors Jacob-Michael Corvelo, Kelsey Hebert, Angie Hill, Elizabeth Laskey, Katharine J. MacGregor and Rebecca Wallace all have something to share with viewers; a new twist on a princess story, a trek across Boston, silhouettes of burned memories, habits and how they are formed, illustrations from inspiring words, and a bond between two people.
301 Gallery: Nov. 11 – 15
Game Over: A Senior Thesis Show
Reception: Wed., Nov. 13, 5 – 8 pm
Montserrat College of Art proudly presents the second exhibition of senior work Game Over: A Senior Thesis Show. The artists, working in a variety of different media, each have something distinctly to offer viewers. Morgan Farrar exhibits a playable beta level, alongside concept art, for her colorful game concept “Dinomine.” Taylor Clough creates acrylic paintings that investigate familiar forms, the space that surrounds them, and explores the marriage between representational objects and abstraction. Michael Scaramuzzino is an illustrator, 3D modeler and designer who creates by integrating art, technology and science, to bring forth new ideas and concepts. Ben Potts designs a cast of characters for a fighting game, each based on one of the different classical elements. Jessica Abella incorporates a variety of techniques in her work, such as screen-printing, collaging and painting in order to integrate mediums onto photographs.
Montserrat College of Art Galleries | 23 Essex St. | Beverly | MA
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