The Art Gallery at Champlain College proudly presents Four Feet Forward: Objects, Excess & Illusion an exhibition of work by Champlain College Faculty Member, Al Larsen. Featuring a combination of video and mixed media pieces incorporating puppets and everyday objects, the show explores a contemporary uncanny feeling of switching between multiple realities. Fractured narratives are […]Continue reading
In this Emergent Media showcase, artists examine their relationship withtechnology through the exploration of topics such as: anxiety and ambivalence; gender, representation and identity; disorientation and defamiliarization. Featuring work of Masters Program students: Anastasia Coen, Holly Gibbs, Thea Heck, Sarah Jerger, and Nate Walpole. Artificial – Anastasia Coen Ambiguous Hybrids – Holly Gibbs Shook – […]Continue reading
While the COVID-19 pandemic evolves, Champlain College will continue adapting to meet the guidance provided by the Governor’s Office, the Vermont Department of Health and the Centers for Disease Control. The Art Gallery Crew is adapting how our shows will look this fall to adhere to the decisions made by the college. Those who are […]Continue reading
Champlain’s forward-thinking BFA in Visual Communication Design offers designers of tomorrow broad exposure to the concepts and skills needed to become creative problem-solvers. Seniors exhibit a diverse group of projects representing the culmination of their concentration.
Opening reception/Q&A: Sept. 19, 4-6PM Residency from Sept. 16–20, on view from Sept. 20–Oct. 02 Investigations and production focusing on the politics of space. Reinhardt is interested in “charged sites,” sites endowed with significant histories. She is interested in exploring the relationship between space, memory and history. The gallery will host Reinhardt work for the last […]Continue reading