Opening Reception for Nancy Lasar, "Flux and Flow: Unique Techniques and Collaborations"
Jun
9
2:00 PM14:00

Opening Reception for Nancy Lasar, "Flux and Flow: Unique Techniques and Collaborations"

Join us for The State of Connecticut's Open House Day on Saturday, June 9 from 2 pm - 4 pm for the opening reception of Nancy Lasar's one-person exhibition "Flux and Flow: Unique Techniques and Collaborations." Art, conversation, light refreshments. 

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Opening reception for "FINAL DAYS: Photographs by Hasna Muhammad"
Apr
7
2:00 PM14:00

Opening reception for "FINAL DAYS: Photographs by Hasna Muhammad"

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 "Lowering the Lid" © Hasna Muhammad   

"Lowering the Lid" © Hasna Muhammad

 

Free, public opening reception for FINAL DAYS, an exhibit of photographs by Hasna Muhammad, a photographer, filmmaker, writer, and educator who lives in Putnam County, New York. It is both a personal and public body of documentary photography, capturing the final celebrations of the lives of her parents, Ossie Davis and Ruby Dee, who were both actors and activists, as well as the final days of her cousins, Donald L. Miller and Karen Fletcher, her father-friend Dr. Beny Primm, and her friend Sara Myers. 

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Exhibition opening for "Miles and Miles: Prints by Jeff Mueller and Kerri Sancomb"
Jan
13
2:00 PM14:00

Exhibition opening for "Miles and Miles: Prints by Jeff Mueller and Kerri Sancomb"

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Free public opening reception for "Miles and Miles," an exhibit of prints by Jeff Mueller and Kerri Sancomb of Dexterity Press in New Haven, Connecticut. Mueller says of the exhibit, "We picked pieces that would tell a visual narrative of where we’ve been aesthetically and conceptually throughout the past 20 years." Mueller's prints are letterpress-based, while Sancomb's are photographic, utilizing photomechanical print processes like gum bichromate and Van Dyke brown.

SNOW DATE SATURDAY JANUARY 20, 2 pm - 4 pm

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Exhibition opening for "LOUD"
Oct
14
2:00 PM14:00

Exhibition opening for "LOUD"

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Free, public reception for "LOUD," a group exhibition of music photography by sixteen artists from Connecticut, one from New York, and one from Florida/New York. Music by The Sawtelles. 

Photographs by Kaitlin Anne (Just Vibe Photo), Todd Atkinson, Pete Brunelli, Kathleen Cei, Michael Friedman, Katrina Goldburn, Lisa Sanchez Gonzalez, Bobby Grossman, Lys Guillorn, Tom Hearn, Hank Hoffman, Alisha Martindale, John C. Miller, Hasna Muhammad, Audra Napolitano, Karen Ponzio, Jennifer Stephens, and Catherine Vanaria.

Music photographers spend concerts poised behind their lenses, waiting to pounce on singular moments that will never be repeated. They capture the essence of what it feels like to be at a show. They convey the concert going experience, and it is the viewer's mind that supplies the music. 

The exhibition was curated by Lys Guillorn, who is Gallery Director of the Gallery at Still River Editions, and is also a musician. 

Event photo: detail of "Tad Kubler, The Hold Steady" © Jen Stephens

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"Connecticut: Morning, Noon, and Night"
Jun
10
12:00 PM12:00

"Connecticut: Morning, Noon, and Night"

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Connecticut ASMP exhibit featuring photographs by Allegra Anderson, Stacy Bass, Mike Cohen,  Adam Coppola, Ron DiLaurenzio, Ronald Glassman, Nancy Hill, Barry Hyman, Robert Lisak, Christopher Rakoczy, Mark Savoia, Edwina Stevenson, Catherine Vanaria, Carl Vernlund, Peter Wnek, and Gale Zucker.

Part of the State of Connecticut's Open House day 2017.

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"To Be Real: Photographs by Shona Curtis"
Apr
8
2:00 PM14:00

"To Be Real: Photographs by Shona Curtis"

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"To Be Real" is a solo exhibition of black and white portraits by photographer Shona Curtis of New Preston, Connecticut. Curtis is also a psychotherapist, and her work in that field informs her photography.

In addition to the portraits she makes of others are prints from a project called "SeeingSelf" in which she photographed herself for a year and a day during a period of dramatic personal change. Curtis also turned the images into a morphed video that will be viewable in the gallery that shows the subtle changes in expression and mood from day to day. 

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Court House Eyes: Photographs by Tom Peterson
Oct
22
2:00 PM14:00

Court House Eyes: Photographs by Tom Peterson

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This opening reception is free and open to the public.
Regular gallery hours are 8:30 am - 5 pm Monday through Friday.

The black-and-white photographs in Tom Peterson's exhibition "Court House Eyes" examine the film noir aesthetic. Dramatic shadows fall on urban streetscapes; light illuminates cobblestone in geometric patterns; a sense of mystery pervades. In some images, that mystery creates unease, and in others it makes peace with its surroundings. In this world, light and shadow are ever-shifting, like any good mystery should be. 

 

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Luminous Intervals: Extended Exposures in Alternative Photography: Colin Burke
Jun
11
12:00 PM12:00

Luminous Intervals: Extended Exposures in Alternative Photography: Colin Burke

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This opening reception is free and open to the public.
Regular gallery hours are 8:30 am - 5 pm Monday through Friday.

"Luminous Intervals: Extended Exposures in Alternative Photography" is an exhibition of large-format cyanotype photograms and prints from months-long exposures made with hand-built pinhole cameras by Colin Burke of New Haven.

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