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Hess Gallery

Gallery Hours

The Hess Gallery is open during Annenberg Library hours.
Please check the library hours for more information.

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The Boston-area collective, FeministFuturist, brings thought-provoking new work to the Hess Gallery on March 1st. The collective, formed in March 2020 at the Boston Center for the Arts, brings together digital installation, painting, sculpture, and participatory projects. Freedom Baird’s Journey Quilt, incorporating materials contributed by Pine Manor College students, staff, faculty and alums from many eras, will be constructed in the Stone Soup makerspace. AK Liesenfeld’s digital portrait of Helen Temple Cooke highlights the Pine Manor College founder. New painting by Nancy Hayes, Linda Price-Sneddon and Marjorie Kaye brings kaleidoscopic and colorful visions of feminine empowerment. Christina Balch’s mesmerizing new video and Liz Helfer’s mashup of the handmade and the digital ask questions about the role of technology in American society. Karen Meninno and Carolyn Wirth, original FeministFuturist curators, bring their signature sculptures and installation work.

Opening artists’ reception:

Saturday April 2nd from 2 to 5pm at the Hess Gallery
Meet the artists in their LiminalLab exhibit and see new work like AK Liesenfeld’s environmental video tribute to Helen Temple Cooke! Stitch with Freedom Baird on the Pine Manor Journey Quilt, pick out a sci-fi adventure from the free bookshop, and hear some informal gallery talks. We hope to see you!

 

Participating artists: Freedom Baird, Christina Balch, Nancy Hayes, Liz Helfer, Marjorie Kaye, AK Liesenfeld, Karen Meninno, Linda Price-Sneddon, and Carolyn Wirth.

 

The Dual Mission of the Gallery

To showcase contemporary New England artists and exhibit the work of Pine Manor College students.

Events are free and open to the public.

Handicap-Accessible The Gallery is handicapped-accessible.

Gallery Location

400 Heath Street, Chestnut Hill, MA 02467
On the first floor of the Annenberg Library