Opening Reception: Thursday, February 23, 5-6:30 pm.
These photographs in this series are long exposures of altered landscapes. Altered elements in the landscape interact with movements of heavenly bodies in the pictures.
The work stems from the gap between the knowledge of the vastness of time and space and the unshakable notion that the tiny acts we engage in each day matter. It comes from our notions of belonging to the land and the land belonging to us, from the allure of the single point perspective photography gives us. It is about the importance of a few hours in a very specific place, alongside the importance of the eternal and unending scale of time and space itself. It’s about mortality.
- David Shannon-Lier
Object, Image, Space
Jan 12 - Feb 10, 2017
Our biennial show featuring the Visual Arts Faculty. This year's show includes the work of Nora Bourdeau, John Dorsey, John Hirsch, Curtis Mann, Molly Pascal, David Roane, and Betsy VanOot.
Artist In Residence Program
The Artist-in-Residence Program at Noble and Greenough School is an eight-week residential program for visual artists. The program seeks to foster collaborative relationships between the artist and the school’s community of students, faculty and parents.
The artist will live on the Nobles campus, a 187-acre property in Dedham, Mass. and have access to studio space within the visual arts department facilities. The residency will culminate in an exhibition of work at the school’s Foster Gallery. The successful candidate will receive a $2,500 stipend in addition to room and board.
Noble and Greenough is a rigorous academic community for students in grades 7-12. The school is located 10 miles southwest of Boston and serves both day and boarding students from the surrounding area. For more information on Nobles, its programs and facilities, please explore the school’s website.
The Foster Gallery accepts exhibition proposals on an ongoing basis. Selection is based on the demonstrated quality, originality and depth of work and the proposal’s compatibility with the Gallery’s mission statement. All artists will be considered for both group and solo shows. Please allow four weeks for review.
Please include the following materials as part of your submission:
Curriculum vitae including all current contact information
Support materials (i.e. 10 slides with a slide list, video or DVD and/or URLs for internet-based works)
If you are submitting work via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org, please review the following guidelines:
“Artist Submission” and artist’s name should be in the subject line
Eight to ten numbered images, .jpg only, presented chronologically (i.e. 01title.jpg, 02title.jpg)
Individual images should not exceed 300KB and the total email size should not exceed 5MB
If sending a video file, ensure that it can be opened with one of the following: QuickTime or MS MediaMaker
Please include the following attached document files:
Curriculum vitae, including all current contact information
An image list that provides titles, dates, media and dimensions of each work, numbered in a way that provides easy cross-reference to the attached images
Links to websites may be sent in lieu of the above, provided the site(s) contain all the required information.
In the event the proposed artworks have not yet been produced, please provide a detailed description of the intent in addition to support material featuring past work.
The Foster Gallery is not responsible for lost or damaged submissions. Please do not submit original slides, artwork or master tapes and DVDs. Please label and cue all tapes. If you would like your support material returned, please include a self-addressed envelope with the required postage.
Monday–Friday 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Saturday–Sunday 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm (weekends by appointment only)
Visits by appointment are possible during winter and spring breaks. The Gallery is closed in June, July and August.
Upon entering the Noble and Greenough campus, follow signs for the Arts Center. Parking is available adjacent to the buildings and at several other parking lots on campus. Unless otherwise authorized, please do not park in slots designated for handicapped use or in those areas marked “for admissions.”
The Foster Gallery, and the whole of the Arts Center in which it is located, is universally accessible to handicapped visitors. Handicapped parking slots are available immediately outside the main entrance. Please call the gallery if you have specific questions regarding access.