Exhibition Media Archive
A collection of video and media from past exhibitions held in the School of Visual Arts galleries.(Above) MA Art Education candidate Alissa Gillis talks about the graduate exhibitions, and her experiences as a student teacher at Sprague Elementary School in Walpole, MA.
Read about all of the graduate exhibitions on BU Today.
(Above) MFA Graphic Design candidate Elizabeth Ryan speaks about the 2011 graduate exhibitions.
Read about all of the exhibitions on BU Today.
This exhibition featured a survey of work from the Caversham Press located in KwaZulu Natal, South Africa. Founded in 1985 during the turbulent years of late apartheid, The Caverhsam Press has occupied an important place in the development of South African printmaking. From the founding years in which it focused almost exclusively on formally trained artists, to its current dedication to training young, emergent artists, Caversham’s history reflects the political and cultural shifts that have taken place in South Africa over the past two and half decades.
Antoniadis & Stone: Recent Work
This exhibition explored the vocabulary of three-dimensional form in their sculpture and installation works. Antoniadis & Stone manipulate their chosen medium and often employ non-traditional materials to visually imitate real objects and surfaces. In this exhibition, yet to be titled, Antoniadis & Stone will present installation and sculpture that competes with and complements the confines of the gallery space. (Spring 2011, 808 Gallery)
In Search of Eden: A Work in Progress was a continuously evolving exhibition that played with cultural ideas of identity and values. Created by the artist collective TRIIIBE, the photographs and installation revisited the biblical creation story, the notion of temptation and the eternal quest for Eden. (Fall 2010, 808 Gallery)