Lamont Gallery at Phillips Exeter Academy to Host[E]MISSION[S]: CRITICAL
On view March 29-May 18, 2019
Exeter, NH (March 19, 2019) — Phillips Exeter Academy’s Lamont Gallery will feature the work of four artists: photographer Evan Anderman (Colorado), mixed media artist Lucinda Bliss (New Hampshire), painter Tom Hall (Maine), and sculptor Jim Sardonis (Vermont).
[E]MISSION[S]: CRITICAL is an environmentally-themed exhibition featuring contemporary artists reflecting on the state of our natural surroundings in light of climate change. Through an intertwining presentation of diverse mediums, these four artists share different aesthetic perspectives: from a ‘macro’ view of the planet and her resources photographed in Colorado from the air at 3,000 feet, down to the more ‘micro’: intimate and personal journeys through the woods and waters of northern New England. By the experiences reflected in these works, the artists offer compelling personal insights into the drastically transforming environment that we all share.
March 29-May 18, 2019
Friday, March 29, 5:30-7:30 pm
Saturday, March 30, 10am
Visit the Lamont Gallery website to learn more about the exhibit and find out about additional events and educational programming: www.exeter.edu/lamontgallery.
Location: Unless noted, all events located at the Lamont Gallery, Frederick R. Mayer Art Center, 11 Tan Lane, Exeter, NH 03833
Gallery Hours: Monday by appointment; Tuesday – Friday 9 a.m.-5 p.m.; Saturday 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
Notes: All programs are free and open to the public. For more information, email@example.com.
Lamont Gallery programs are supported in part by the Michael C. Rockefeller ’56 Visiting Artists Fund.
Phillips Exeter Academy (www.exeter.edu) is a coeducational, independent school, located in Exeter, New Hampshire. Founded in 1781 by John Phillips, Exeter has a tradition of academic excellence, a distinguished faculty, and a long history of educating young people to find their place in the world. It originated the system of instruction known as Harkness teaching in 1931. In the spirit of the school’s charter to foster goodness and knowledge, a Phillips Exeter Academy education is free to any admitted student whose family income is $75,000 or less and the diverse student body comes from a variety of geographic, economic, racial and religious backgrounds.
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