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Under Creation

The work of Boston artists Kenji Nakayama and Dana Woulfe.
October 6-November 6/2014
Artist Residency: Oct 6-10
Reception - October 9, 4-6pm

Girls Drawin' Girls

November 12 - January 9/2015
The Empowerment of the Pin-Up
Reception - November 13, 4-6

Candace Cotterman Thibeault

January 13 - February 12/2015

Leigh Craven

February 17 - March 19/2015

Boyden Hall

New Ceramic Work

Rosemary Esson-Dawson
September 5 - January 9/2015


Amuse Bouche: A Visual Narrative of Food

September 3/2014 - January 9/2015

The Marshall Conant Science Building

Mercedes Nunez

The Elegant Universe
The Elegant Universe represents a selective view within the vast splendor of the known universe.

The Wallace L. Anderson Gallery

encourages artists, writers and independent curators to submit exhibition proposals. If interested, please download and complete the Exhibition Proposal form.


(l-r) Dr. Wallace L. Anderson, Prof. Robert Barnett, Pres. Adrian Rondileau





Kenji Nakayama and Dana Woulfe

These two artist will collaborate in the painting of a mural over a weeks time within the Anderson Gallery. The public is welcome to come and talk with the artist as they are working on this project.

Painting by Kenji Nakayama


The Empowerment of the Pin-Up

By day, women from the group Girls Drawin' Girls are animators and artists for shows such as South Park and The Simpsons. But by night, they draw sexy pin-up girls!

Image by Joanna Davidovich


Amuse Bouche: A Visual Narrative of Food

This exhibition is an exploration of how food has been represented in art, illustration and photography. Mixing a selection of menu’s that span 100+ years of Northeastern fare with the interiors of Boston’s Gilded Age as photographed by T.E. Marr - illustrates how different dining and diet was just a century ago. Contemporary paintings by Pamela Johnson, Lee Price and Eric Wert delve into imagery of fast food, body awareness and the revitalization of the still-life.

Painting by Eric Wert


Rose Esson-Dawson

The ceramic canvas of Rose Esson-Dawson will be in the Boyden display this Fall.


Engikaret Profiles

The Maasai (literally ‘Speakers of Maa’) are the most famous East African pastoralists, located in Kenya and Northern Tanzania. They probably migrated from the Nile Valley region...

Curated by Jonathan Shirland
Photos by Rushell Kwong


Collection Focus

Paul Stopforth is a painter and graphic artist who works in oil, gouache, ink, charcoal, encaustic and lithography. He was inspired by the death of Black Consciousness leader Steve Biko in 1978; the artist created one of his most recognised works of art: The Interrogators. This series of work led to his exile from his native country of South Africa.

These paintings are currently on display the Moakley Center Atrium.


Dorothy Pulsifer

My idea is to “digitally build” imaginary structures and landscapes using the colors and textures of grasses, leaves, flowers, seed pods and parts of actual buildings as well as scanned components from drawings, painted surfaces and found objects.

These paintings are currently on display the Moakley Center Atrium.


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