Recent Higgins Art Gallery Exhibitions
CCCC Art Faculty Exhibit
November 19–December 12, 2012
This collection showcases the professional work of the artists/educators who teach courses ranging from drawing, design, painting and sculpture to mosaics, silk screening, printmaking and graphic arts.
Making Marks, Marking Time
October 15–November 9, 2012
This exhibition showcases eleven regional artists as it explores the subtlety and complexity of the artistic mark. Contemporary drawing reexamines the classic definition of the genre. Innovative use of materials, expansion of the predictable picture plane, creative imagery and technique, combine to elevate drawing to a primary mode of expression.
Put Together Pulled Apart
September 10–October 3, 2012
Richard Neal, Artist-in-Residence, uses a variety of materials and a generosity of scale to create mixed media works bordering on the abstract but mostly figurative. His subjects range from the famous to the disenfranchise.
Student Art Exhibit
April 12–May 7, 2012
An exhibition of student work from the current semester encompassing Drawing I & II, Design I & II, Painting, 3d Design, Silkscreen Printing, Digital Imaging, Illustration II, Digital Photography, Studio Art, Printmaking, Book Arts, and Visual Fundamentals.
Paint!: Contemporary Abstraction
March 1–April 6, 2012
This group exhibition features the work of four regional female painters working in the abstract genre. The artists chosen range of styles and techniques and use a variety of scale-from large, imposing works to small intimate pieces. Their work is deeply personal, uniquely individual, obviating the sheer pleasure and sensuousness of the medium, PAINT!
Participating Artists: Susan Carr, Irene Lipton, Susan Post, Jo Ann Rothschild.
Pandas vs. Skunks: A Civil War Story
January 25–February 24, 2012
This exhibition is the result of a two-week collaborative effort between artists-in-residence Zehra Khan & Tim Winn and the students at the Cape Cod Community College. Working within the parameters of a battle reenactment and using the American Civil War as an aesthetic and technological reference point, students contributed drawings, sculptures, performances, music, and their time.
See also: Instillation video