Arts Research Collaborative Exhibitions
Prayers for Peace
A collaboration with the Kathryn Stoklosa Middile School, the Lowell community, and UML artists and friends, following in the Tibetan tradition to spread compassion, peace, and goodwill.
Opening reception: Thursday, July 7, 5:30-8:30
A selection of some things from somewhere.
First Thursday Receptions: June – July, 6-8 pm
Perspectives 7 | Session I and II
Reception: April 2, 7-9 pm
May, 7, 7-9 pm
A selection of paintings and drawings from the Department of Fine Arts, UMass Lowell.
Curated by Stephen Mishol
2.05 – 3.06
Opening reception: 2.05 / 6:00 p
Preposition: “at”, “in”
Verb: “to stay”, “to live”, “to remain”
“ở” is a collection of works by Duy Hoang that touches upon the process of locating oneself, from and to the surrounding environment.
Duy Hoang is the first recipient of the Arts Research Collaborative Drawing Residency. The four-month program was established in 2014, to provide a recent graduate from the UML Fine Arts Department who plan to to pursue a Master of Fine Arts degree. Each recipient receives a modest studio space to allow them to focus on their drawing practice for a period of four months. At the end of the residency, the Collaborative will give the artist an exhibition, documenting their work during that period.
September 26 – November 8
Opening reception: Thursday, October 16th 6-8:00 pm.
A recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship and Connecticut Artist Fellowship, Ms. Strahle received her M.F.A. from Yale University and her B.F.A. from Rhode Island College. She has lectured and exhibited extensively and is presently a Senior Critic at the Rhode Island School of Design.
As part of our ongoing collaboration with students in the Fine Arts at UML, this show is co-sponsored with the UML Student Art Union, and curated by Eileen Ryan and Liv Stanislas.
April 1 – 26, 2014
Opening reception Thursday, April 24, 6:30-8:30
The artist will also give a lecture about his work on Thursday, April 24th. The talk will begin at 2:00 and be held in the UML Art Department critique space on the ground floor of Dugan Hall, South Campus.