Exhibitions currently on view at the Danforth.
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Prints From Campus: Selections from Faculty Teaching in New England
A selection of work that reflects the diversity of printmaking in New England, this exhibition includes almost sixty pieces by faculty teaching in universities across New England. In affiliation with the Boston Printmakers and the North American Print Biennial, this exhibition will run in conjunction with an installation of prints by students in New England at Framingham State University’s Mazmanian Gallery.
By definition, your family circle are the members of your family and your friends who are the closest to you. For better or for worse, their history is your history. Family is complicated, and family history is a dense web of people, places, and things. This exhibition explores the complications of family past and present and the lineage of family stories—what is forgotten, remembered, and reinterpreted. Works in this exhibition tell visual, personal family stories through a range of media, including work by Lisa Barthelson, Jenny Carpenter, Jasmine Chen, Kristin Joy Emack, Lee Kilpatrick, and Claudia Ruiz-Gustafson.