Assistant Professor of Communications and Media Studies Mark Flynn and Tristyn Suprenant ’20 take a look at food advertisements and the effects of mindfulness on television binge watching.
Gallery 5 seeks to engage the larger art community of Boston and vicinity with the goal of positioning Emmanuel College as a viable and significant participant in contemporary art. With its active exhibition schedule, opening receptions, and artist talks, Gallery 5 actively engages the discourse of contemporary art with the goal of introducing this discourse to the Emmanuel College community and beyond.
Gallery 5 provides an essential exhibition space for the Emmanuel College Art Department. The Gallery is consistently active with exhibitions of work by professional artists, emerging artists, artist residents, outsider artists and Emmanuel College art students and alumni. The Gallery is utilized by faculty throughout the year as an educational tool that supports their teaching through the organizing of exhibitions with themes that are directly related to Art Department course content.
Due to the COVID-19 situation, this show has been taken down early.
After the death of my grandfather, I became aware of an internal conversation about the space in which he worked and lived. An entire workshop, containing tools and unfinished projects, was left without a purpose. This emptiness draws me to the deserted shop, where I find the act of creating from his workspace and materials grants me the freedom to talk about our relationship. My practice enables me to memorialize items that played integral roles in his day-to-day upkeep of the homestead. The repetitious process of printmaking provides an outlook on labor, which is acknowledged through both the printing and created objects. The resulting images range from being highly representational to abstract.
Reusing my grandfather’s belongings connects me with a person with whom I can no longer have a dialogue. All of the work I do is in response to these belongings that would otherwise been discarded. It is my duty as the grandson, and the artist, to resume where my grandfather left off.
Mario Joseph Forgione Grandiose
Theresa Monaco Transforming Memory
Ceramic Commons: 3D Printed Ceramics Collaborative Exhibitions
Lizzie Falvey It's So Beautiful, But It's Not Enough
Kay Hartung BioVisions
Maria Peñil Cobo and Dr. Mehmet Berkmen Bacterial Art: Making Art From Living Bacteria
Janice Jakielski Infinitley Fragile
Sofie Elana Hodara Stewart in Memoriam
Emilia Lloret The Pride Revolution
Lina Marie Giraldo Buildup
Stephan Jacobs Full Circle
Bernie D'Onofrio and Steve Hazsonics Two Views
Reinis Lismanis Solid Views
Rachel Eng Aggregations
Ariel Freiberg Opia
Scott Patrick Wiener I Can't Hear What You Can't See
Erica Licea-Kane Built Paintings
Dan Kornrumpf Observing Energies
Andrea Evans Clear Cut
Katie James Some Relevant Saints
Eric Petitti To the memory of Turner Eteocles. 2468-2535
Jeanne Ramalho Transfers on Wood
Sara Egan Plaster/Work
Bernie D'Onofrio New Glass Work
Jordan Corey No Flash
Stacy Thomas-Vickory Bending the Horizon
John Magnifico is consumed by branding
Arla Patch Healing through Creativity
Holly Curcio A Matter of Perspective
Eileen Gagarin letting letters loose
Naoko Matsumoto Reminiscence in Space
Gallery 5 invites artist submissions. Proposals are currently being accepted. The Gallery is located in a highly visible space in the recently renovated Art Department. Artists interested in exhibiting or curating an exhibition in Gallery 5 should submit the following:
Submission materials can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org or by mail to:
Assistant Professor of Art
400 The Fenway
Boston, MA 02115
Please include a self addressed stamped envelope for return of submission materials, if desired.