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Paul Stopforth

August 27 - October 15, 2018

Elizabeth Kendall

October 22 - December 4, 2018

Bridgewater Raynham Regional High School

December

Maxwell

The Geometry of Bungalows

Randy Swann
August 17- December 14, 2018
Second Floor

May Day: The Day of Working People

An international labor poster exhibit from the collection of Stephen Lewis
August 06- December 12, 2018



DMF Science and Mathematics

Visions of the Future

Travel the Solar System

 


Wallace

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

 

     
 

Exhibitions

 
Roveda

Anger Outlet


Sarah Washburns
RCC
January - December, 2018

Select a slice of paper, write what makes you angry upon it and put it inside the outlet.

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From the Collection


John Joeseph Enneking was pivotal in introducing Impressionism to artists throughout New York and New England.

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Paul Stopforth


Anderson Gallery
August 27 - October 15, 2018

This search for structures that would embody my increasing engagement with color, led me to discover that I live in an environment that contains an abundance of trees, and this has been a shape revealing revelation.

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May Day: The Day of Working People


Maxwell Library, 3rd. Floor
August 6 - October 12, 2018
From the collection of Stephen Lewis

May Day is rooted to the labor movement in United States during the 19th century. At the time, this country had been witnessing labor unrests and agitations for over a century, but mostly in an unorganized manner. In the 19th century it became more organized with the workers becoming worried over their position in the mainstream society. These posters are from a collection of more than 7100 of Stephen Lewis who is a long-time activist in the labor movement.

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Elizabeth Kendall


Anderson Gallery
October 22 - December 4, 2018

Elizabeth Kendall creates simple, graceful sculptures. She works with lush white porcelain, raw wood, rigid steel, or vibrant glass.

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Randy Swann


Maxwell Library, 2nd Floor
August 17- December 14, 2018

Over the past three years, I’ve begun making paintings of the urban landscape, particularly in the so-called “Gateway Cities” of Massachusetts.

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Recent Gifts

Red-Orange over Black
Ellsworth Kelly
Donated by Laurence and Katherine Doherty

The Last Days of Earth
Karen Jerzyk
Donated by the artist

 

Woman in Blue Dress with Cup of Tea
Lily Shapiro
Donated by Mercedes Nunez

Calamityware
Don Moyer
Donated by the artist

Self Portrait
Aya Tsurui
Donated by Mercedes Nunez

 

Hugin North
Darryl Van Gaal
Donated by the artist

 

Grasshopper
Rob Lorenson
Donated by Fern Malouin

Old Tjikko
Christoffer Relander
Donated by the artist

 
 

Anderson Gallery Publications

 
Profiles
 
Girls
Drawn Drawing