Exhibitions: Current | Upcoming | Past

Exhibitions: Past

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2017 – 2018


Untitled (Still Not Titled Yet)

An Exhibition by Sam Duket and Brad Fesmire

January 25 – February 22, 2018

Artists are alchemists of a sort. They often rely on the transformation of materials as the method of transmission to reveal the essence of their ideas. As such, there is always an implicit and necessary relationship between media, skill, and intent. These notions also reflect considerations about preparation and execution. Woodworking encourages curiosity about materials, accepting limitations, and a respect for process.



The Art of Samuel Bak

October 26 – December 8, 2017

lluminations: The Art of Samuel Bak features 28 original works by world-renowned artist and Holocaust survivor Samuel Bak. He has devoted his life to creating work that expresses his reflections, experiences, and memories of living through the horrors of the Holocaust.



Photographs by Kathie Florsheim

September 7 – October 12, 2017

Tone, tempo, shape, color and composition are interchangeable in the aural and visual arts. Interludes are passages between two moments. Every photograph is a present that references both past and future. —Kathie Florsheim

2016 – 2017

Current Abstraction

Current Abstraction

Robert Kirschbaum | Scott Reeds | Marc St. Pierre | Janine Wong

June 1 – June 29, 2017

We close the academic year with an exhibition of works by Robert Kirschbaum, Scott Reeds, Marc St. Pierre, and Janine Wong. Current Abstraction is an exuberant exhibition of works that are both a celebration of a conceptual approach to making work and an acknowledgement that abstraction is another way of responding to the complexities of the world around us.

Student 2017

Annual Juried Student Art & Design Exhibition 2017

Selected Works From All Fine Art and Graphic Design Studio Courses

April 27 – May 11, 2017

Bristol Community College's annual student exhibition features works by students enrolled in the Art and Design Programs. This year's juror is Heather Shaw, Design Department Chair, Associate Professor of Design, College of Art and Design, Lesley University.

Figuratively Speaking

Figuratively Speaking

Deborah Baldizar | Pamela Hoss | Judy Volkmann | V.F. Wolf

March 9 – April 7, 2017

Throughout time, depictions of the human body reflect a multitude of complex cultural and societal constructs. The body has been idealized as an image of our aspirations of perfection, as in the depiction of Greek and Roman gods and goddesses.

Accretion Systems

Accretion Systems

An Installation by Jackie Brown

January 26 – February 23, 2017

We open 2017 with an installation by Jackie Brown. With the exhibition Accretion Systems, Brown has transformed the gallery into a kind of bio lab where she imagines and choreographs a tangible and immersive environment. It is at once welcoming and a little unsettling. Are we part of her experiment or merely an explorer in this strange world?

BCC Art and Design Faculty Exhibtion 2016

BCC Art and Design Faculty Exhibition 2016

Works by Full-time and Adjunct BCC Art and Design Program Faculty

November 3 – December 8, 2016

We cap 2016 with the return of our triennial BCC Art and Design Faculty Exhibition. As always, we are delighted by the diversity, enthusiasm, and rigor our artist/teachers' work reveals. Studio teaching and making are often woven together in ways that mutually support the creative process for everyone.

Catherine Bertulli & Maxwell Van Pelt

Catherine Bertulli
Maxwell Van Pelt

September 8 – October 13, 2016

We open the 2016-17 academic year with an exuberant and dynamic exhibition of works by Catherine Bertulli and Maxwell Van Pelt. The language used to describe ideas about art often utilizes a contextual vocabulary – one that can at times reflect or reveal the nuances of the human condition. This can be especially useful to describe works that are non-objective articulations of our circumstance.

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