ARTeries Opening Reception

Posted by Andy Cunningham on March 16, 2023 at 8:00 PM

ARTeries is Fitchburg State University Art Department’s annual juried exhibition 
that showcases the strongest original student work in drawing, painting, sculpture, and mixed-media art. ARTeries provides an opportunity for the university community to celebrate the artistic talents of Fitchburg State students. Student works will be on display from until  April 20, 2023. Learn more about Arts & Culture at Fitchburg State University here.

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Topics: Community, Humanities, Center Stage, Fine Art

Chroma, New England Wax - Reception & Gallery Talk

Posted by Andy Cunningham on February 2, 2023 at 10:42 AM

Yesterday afternoon, there was an artist talk and reception at the gallery featuring New England Wax members Trina Abbott and Pamela Dorris DeJong. New England Wax is a lively and growing professional organization connecting artists in the six New England states who work with encaustic and other wax-based mediums. “Chroma," part of the Fitchburg State University CenterStage arts and culture series, will be at the Hammond Hall Art Gallery through March 3rd.

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Topics: Student Experience, Community, Center Stage

A Raisin in the Sun Stage Set-Up

Posted by Andy Cunningham on November 4, 2022 at 5:45 PM

This afternoon, students in Technical Theater Concentration continued to put the finishing touches on the  set for the upcoming production of A Raisin in the Sun at the Wallace Theater for the Performing Arts in the McKay Complex . The student designed & student built will be completed under the tutelage of Professor Ellen (Cap) Corduan. Learn more about the production here.

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Topics: Student Experience, Programs and Majors, Center Stage, Communications/Media

Nayda A. Cuevas - Opening Reception & Gallery Talk

Posted by Andy Cunningham on September 13, 2022 at 6:00 PM

Artist Nayda A. Cuevas discussed her solo exhibition “Status Quo: Deconstructing My Latinx Identity” at the Fitchburg State University Gallery this afternoon. The Artist shared deeply personal stories, discussed various media used to create her pieces, and took questions from students and faculty in attendance regarding this show that explores her Latinx identity. The exhibit, presented by CenterStage, will be in the gallery until October, 20, 2022. Read more about the Artist and the show here.

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Topics: Student Experience, Events, Community, Center Stage

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