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Gallery Hours

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

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A Journey Through the COVID-19 Pandemic

By Tamar Orell Petler

During the time of the pandemic and my personal loss of my father, Izack Alkalay, from it, I used the camera to express myself and my feelings. In a way, this exhibit created itself – after being fully vaccinated I looked through my camera files and thought that these photos reflect a story that I would like to share. I’m sure that many people can relate to these visuals and see their own personal stories and experiences throughout this period of time reflected. I believe that the experience made us stronger and more resilient and we can leverage this force to change many things in our world. At this exhibition the viewer can get a glancing view of my camera roll, representing a peek at my personal diary.

December 5, 2021 – February 15, 2022

Artist’s Reception:
Hess Gallery
Sunday, December 5th, from 2pm to 5pm
 
A virtual presentation on Zoom:
Saturday, December 11th at 12noon
Meeting ID: 946 0904 6592 Password: 121121

To read from the Artscope article

 

Hess Gallery Young Filmmakers Online Film Festival

Growing People

Take a journey into the lives of three sisters affected by food insecurity in a place we think of as a vacation paradise. Through working at a local farm, the sisters learn about growing food as they gain an education and grow as people. MA’O Organic Farms, in the historical marginalized rural community of Wai’anae, O’ahu, is the site of a youth leadership program that has impacted the lives of hundreds of Hawaiian youth. This short documentary is an intimate look at the MA’O program through the stories of sisters Miki, U’ilani and Sheila Arasato.

Directed by Dana Forsberg, Growing People won “Best Documentary” at the Santa Cruz Film Festival. Dana’s work focuses on the empowerment of young women in marginalized communities.

The Pine Manor Community can watch for free using the code emailed by the Gallery Director. Anyone can watch for free with a Kanopy subscription, including free services via the Boston Public Library. Get an electronic card at bpl.org, available to anyone in Massachusetts including students who may be from other places or people who live elsewhere but work in Mass. Questions on how to view? Email the Hess Director, cwirth@pmc.edu or go to bpl.org.

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