Collective Ground 22

Collective Ground 22
ART 500 + 690

Annual Advanced Student Art Show
May 6-June 4*, 2022

(See below for more information about exhibition dates)

 

Investigation, research, risk-taking and drive: Collective Ground 22 showcases the creative outcomes from a period of highly focused artmaking by Exeter students. The student in ART 500 Portfolio and ART 690 Capstone Studio, engage in an in-depth exploration of art materials and themes while developing their own body of work. Through experimentation, critique, research, self-direction, and many hours in the art studio, these students have explored themes important to them and created the comprehensive works that are part of this exhibition.

Artists: Moksha Akil ’22, Philip Avilova ’23, Sophia Campbell ’22, Joy Chi ’23, Katie Dowling ’22, Summer Faliero ’22, Kirstin Fontenot ’22, Harry Gorman ’22, Alysha Lai ’23, Lally Lavin ’23, Avery Lavine ’22, Owen Loustau ’22, Hannah Love ’22, Anja Meaney ’22, Delaney Miller ’23, Eric Obukhanich ’22, Jack Park ’22, William Park ’22, Jade Podrasky ’24, Danielle Sung ’22, Grace Valashinas ’22, Teja Vankireddy ’22, Bai Xue ’23, Hansi Zhu ’22, & Aletheia Zou ‘23

Art Instructors: Carla Collins, Heather Hernon, Timothy Lawrence, Tara Lewis, Rebecca Pempek, Laura B. Schneider, & Cheryle St. Onge

 

*Exhibition Preview: May 6 – May 21. Full Exhibition: May 24– June 4

This exhibition will be open in installments. May 621 features fall and winter term student work. Spring term work will be added to the exhibition and on view starting May 24. See the installation unfold and return in late May to see the entire exhibition.

 

Public visitors are welcome by appointment, please use the visitor reservation form to schedule an appointment.

 

Lamont Gallery programs are supported in part by the Michael C. Rockefeller ’56 Visiting Artists Fund. This exhibition is supports in part by The George H. Pollock Memorial Art Fund Exhibition