Category Archives: Past

Aggregate by Scott André Campbell

Exhibit Date: Oct 10 - 27
(Posted: August 15, 2018)

An esthetic celebration of balance, form, with strong emphasis on drawing and screen-printing resulting in an agglomerative process using line and geometric principles to evoke a sense of harmony within tension. Opening Reception: Oct 11, 5 – 7 Show runs from Oct 10 – 27

The Intersection of Improvisation, Global Rhythms & Music-Technology

Exhibit Date: Sep 27
(Posted: August 15, 2018)

Momin’s unique approach to drumming and sound fuses a blend of electronics and acoustic instruments with improvisation & global rhythms. His music resides in the space between Jazz, electronic music & Indian Folk music. SCHEDULE September 27th: 2 – 3 PM: A chance to meet the artist during a public artist talk, Champlain Alumni Auditorium […]

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26th Annual South End Art Hop

Exhibit Date: Sep 7 - 9, on view Sep 7 - 31
(Posted: August 15, 2018)

Attracting visitors from across the Northeast and Canada, the South End is transformed into a large art experience as artist’s studios, galleries, and local businesses are refit to accommodate the more than 600 participating artists. Champlain College Art Gallery will be representing student work in the S.P.A.C.E. Gallery. The display of Champlain College art will […]

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Mikulak Sehr’s FOLLY

Exhibit Date: Sep 5 - Oct 5
(Posted: August 15, 2018)

Two disparate passions and world views combine to produce an audiovisual installation during which the gallery is transformed into a responsive sensory experience that bathes visitors in waves of undulating light and abstract sound. Opening Reception: Sep 6, 5 – 7   Folly is a collaborative between two contemporary artists, J. Mikulak and T. Sehr; through […]

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Champlain Dublin: Celebrating 10 Years

Exhibit Date: June 8th - July 31st
(Posted: June 1, 2018)

Celebrating the Champlain College campus in Dublin, Ireland. 10 years of International Education and Cultural Immersion. Commemorating the Beauty of Ireland through highlighted student-created artwork in film and photography. Céad Mile Fáilte