Current and Upcoming Exhibitions

Exhibitions, Fall 2017

Enhanced Vision: Artful Science

Curated by Prof. Ruth Fabian-Fine and Prof. Will Mentor

Sept. 7 – Oct. 13 (Opening September 7, 4:30 – 6:30PM)

This exhibition features the often inaccessible aesthetic beauty of the natural world revealed through scientific research. It covers a broad spectrum from nature photography to the visualization of single molecules using modern research technology. 

Drosophila Ovaries (containing eggs in different stages of maturity labeled with Toluidine Blue)

Image by Queren Marte SMC Biology Major 2017


“El Yuma,” Contemporary Cuban Art

Curated by Sachie Hernandez and A.D. Guerra

Exhibition on view from Oct. 19 – Dec.15, 2017. Opening reception, Oct. 19, 5PM.
Curator’s talk, Oct. 9, 4-5PM, venue TBA.

An exhibition by contemporary Cuban artists examining images, histories and fantasies about the United States. “El Yuma” is a term used in Cuba to describe foreigners, especially Americans, and sometimes it refers to the United States itself.

“My Modest Opinion” installation detail, Angel Ricardo Rios, 2016, shown at AREA Gallery, Boston, MA