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08.11.14 - 01.23.15
Call for Erotic Art
Nina's Nook
To be featured in the fourth annual exhibit , to open Feb. 2015. Send submissions to naban@verizon.net by Jan. 23, 2015.
08.22.14 - 11.30.14
Rurbanism
Sohn Fine Art Gallery
Group show exploring an integration of rural and urban concepts. Featuring work by Monika Sosnowski, Yvette Lucas, John Atchley, Denise Chandler, Cassandra Sohn, and more.
08.30.14 - 05.31.15
The Potter's Tale: Contextualizing 6,000 Years of Ceramics
Mount Holyoke College Art Museum
Highlights from the college's ceramics collection, which spans six thousand years and five continents.
08.30.14 - 12.14.14
Plant Lithographs by Ellsworth Kelly, 1964-1966
Mount Holyoke College Art Museum
Prints from painter and sculptor Kelly.
08.30.14 - 12.14.14
Matisse Drawings: Curated by Ellsworth Kelly from the Pierre and Tana Matisse Foundation
Mount Holyoke College Art Museum
Kelly selects 45 drawings by Matisse.
09.05.14 - 11.30.14
Portraits
The Rendezvous
Photography by Anja Schutz explores notions of masculinity.
09.07.14 - 12.31.14
Art of The Spirit
Thirsty Mind
Landscape, still life, and portrait works from South Hadley native and UMass student Jonathan Wilhelm.
09.09.14 - 01.04.15
Edgardo Abello Exhibit
Springfield Museums
New paintings by Somers, Conn.-based artist Abello. In the Starr Watercolor Gallery.
09.09.14 - 12.15.14
Robert Seydel: The Eye in Matter
Book Arts Gallery, Neilson Library, Smith College
09.11.14 - 12.07.14
The Art of Collecting: Contemporary Prints from the Risa Gerrig Collection
University Museum of Contemporary Art
Donation of 48 contemporary American prints.
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