Entry Due Date: Sunday, November 10, 2013
The Sound of Art: This call is for artwork that is inspired by music, either a specific song or the idea of music in its connection with sound, movement, rhythm, mood and experience.
This year ’s exhibition has an additional element: the pieces will then be chosen by a jury, then assigned to ensembles from the BU School of Music. Those ensembles will then select a piece of music inspired by the artwork, and perform it at the opening reception. Music, inspired by art, inspired by music.
Eligibility: Current students studying within the Greater Boston Area. Undergraduate and Graduate work accepted. All 2-D, 3-D, and digital works will be considered.
Cash Prizes: Three artists will be selected by the jury for awards, with cash prizes totaling $500.
Exhibition Dates: January 30 - March 30, 2014
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Where the Past Meets the Future
Works by Fay Grajower
September 1 - December 30, 2013
The Student Committee for the Arts
The Rubin-Frankel Gallery at Boston University is proud to announce the formation of the new Student Committee for the Arts, a collaborative group comprised of students studying fine arts, history and arts administration. The purpose of this committee is to give voice to students in selecting exhibitions, running the student gallery initiative, and assisting with preparation and execution of events, allowing individuals to gain hands on experience within a professional gallery institution and provide a constant flow of fresh perspective. For more information please click here.
The Rubin-Frankel Gallery at Hillel House
The Rubin-Frankel Gallery is located at 213 Bay State Road, on the second floor of the Florence and Chafetz Hillel House at Boston University.
A non-profit educational gallery, the Rubin-Frankel features 4-6 fine arts exhibitions every year addressing a wide variety of content that speaks to enriching our community's social, cultural, educational, religious and political lives. The Rubin-Frankel Gallery was built through funding made possible by arts philanthropist Felicia Rubin and is maintained solely through a series of grants and the support of private donors.
To look through an archive of past exhibitions, click here.
Monday-Saturday: 9:00am – 9:00pm
The Rubin-Frankel Gallery is made possible by the generous donations of Mr. and Mrs. Irving and Felicia Rubin, parents of Marvin, Steven Rubin CGS ’89 SMG ‘91, and Betti Rubin Jacobson CAS ’95