Join us for an opening reception celebrating the work of our 1st-year Foundation Studies students, Thursday March 20 5-7 pm.
Students from Paul Andrade’s 3-D Design class will present a FLUXUS performance from 5-5:25 pm.
Suffolk University Gallery
75 Arlington St. 2nd floor
Summer 2014 Continuing Education
- Explore career paths, build your admission portfolio, or sharpen and advance your professional skills
- Courses in drawing, graphic design, illustration, interior architecture and design, and painting
- Affordable tuition
- Many evening classes
For more information, visit suffolk.edu/nesad/ce or call 617-994-4233
Join us tonight from 5-7 p.m. for an opening reception for the Stephen D. Paine Scholarship exhibition. Exhibition on view in the Suffolk University Gallery through February 20.
Ben Evans, Fine Arts 2011, presents his second major exhibition ‘Full Count’ at Gallery NAGA. Ben’s immersive installation charts the career of fictional baseball player Benny Cobb. Through this character notions of masculinity and the complexities of love are explored.
Navigating relationships is also a theme found in Benjamin Evans’ work. A recent graduate of New England School of Art and Design at Suffolk University, Evans incorporates found materials, film, and photography to mediate the concepts of love, sex, and virility. For his installation at NAGA, Evans explores the idea of how the game of baseball can be used to reflect on the concept of virility and relationships in a sexualized world. Evans constructs a baseball-themed environment installation to tell the story of the fictional rising star for the New Berry Roosters, Benny Cobb. Full Press Release
‘Full Count’ is on view at Gallery NAGA, 67 Newbury St, through February 1st.
The Mirror of Race: Seeing Ourselves through History, a photography exhibit that challenges viewers to think about what they see when they reflect on images from an earlier time, continues at the Adams Gallery through February 25.
The exhibit includes daguerreotypes, tintypes, ambrotypes and other forms of early photography as well as prints from tintypes made by an Air National Guardsman deployed to Afghanistan. Ed Drew’s modern-day tintypes are believed to be the first battle-zone photographs using this method since the American Civil War.
Philosophy Professor Gregory Fried, who curated the exhibit, has long been engaged in the Mirror of Race project, which encourages people to “reexamine how they see others and themselves” as they explore an online exhibition of historical American photographs. Originals of many of these images are included in the exhibit.
The Suffolk community is invited to attend a A Mirror of Race conference on Friday, January 31, in the first-floor function room, Sargent Hall. The conference will include speakers on the history of race and photography and on how narrative forms our identity.
Suffolk University alumni association is hosting a terrific series of career events for 2014. Learn strategies for creating a personal network to help achieve your career goals with:
Creating Your Personal Advisory Group
Tuesday, January 14, 2014
73 Tremont St, 1st floor
Paul Tanklefsky, Director of Career Services and Cooperative Education, Suffolk University
Vanecia Harrison-Sanders, Independent Career Advisory
Light appetizers will be served along with a cash bar.
Follow the entire Inspired Career Series on Twitter: #SuffolkICS
Questions? Contact Tramaine Weekes at Tweekes@suffolk.edu
Stay tuned for details about the rescheduled workshop.
As part of the From Paper to Pixels Aaron Artessa, Art Director at Infrared5, will give a workshop on mobile/web application design on January 14 from 12:40-2:30 p.m. Alumni are welcome to attend. RSVP to Deborah Davidson, email@example.com.
In this workshop, Aaron Artessa, Art Director at Infrared5 will describe the steps taken to create an application for mobile/ web. Students will learn what UI/UX design is and how to approach a project. In addition, participants will be given the opportunity to work on a practical application together as a group and then break up into smaller teams to create work as if to present to a client. Students will take away a practical application of the skills and understand how planning is just as important as execution.
Aaron Artessa – Art Director, Infrared5:
With a BFA in Illustration from the University of the Arts Philadelphia, Aaron seamlessly shifts between numerous projects adding a dash of creative genius to everything he works on. A former book and magazine illustrator, he now designs original game UI and levels for titles like Hasbro: Game of Life Zapped Edition, Wheel of Fortune and Rock Band Blitz. When not hard at work in the Creative department, Aaron spends his time doing modeling, digital painting, working on games or completing improvements on his 100 year old house.
From Paper to Pixels
Collaboration + Art + Interactivity
An exhibition presented in collaboration with Infrared5
November 18, 2013 – January 17, 2014
Opening Event: Thursday, November 21, 5:00 – 7:00 p.m.
Suffolk University Gallery is pleased to present the exhibit From Paper to Pixels, and to be collaborating with Infrared5 CEO Rebecca Smith Allen, who first organized the exhibit. This exhibition creates the opportunity for collaboration between traditional and new media artists.
From Paper to Pixels pairs creative people together, to be inspired and invent new masterpieces. The results of these pairings are smart, funny, delightful. The exhibit invites the viewer to participate – to play with art, dance with characters, touch paintings to make music, interact with sculptures and make the art come alive.
Monday – Friday 8:30 a.m. – 8:30 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday 12:00 – 5:00 p.m.
Hours during semester break (12/13-1/12):
Monday – Friday 8:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Closed during University holidays:
November 26 – December 1 & December 23 – January 2
Image: Anna Kristina Goransson + Rob Gonsalves “Lightdrop Encounters”
Join award-winning Illustrator Mel Odom for a lecture at Suffolk’s School of Art & Design.
Monday, November 4, 1:00 – 2:30 p.m.
Room 259, 2nd floor
75 Arlington St, Boston, MA 02116
For more information, phone 617-557-1542 or email firstname.lastname@example.org