Hidden Treasures 5 Works by Phillips Exeter Academy Employees November 5-December 14, 2019 Hidden Treasures 5 celebrated the creative work of our Phillips Exeter Academy colleagues, across media and across departments. This semi-annual exhibition had its fifth iteration in November 2019 and it was one of our most dynamic group of makers yet. There were […]Read More Hidden Treasures at Lamont Gallery
Interview with Bird Land Artist Michele L’Heureux Lamont Gallery: How did you approach your collaboration partner, Helen Popinchalk, to work with you on this project; was it by chance, carefully planned or were you brought together by a mutual appreciation of birds? Michele L’Heureux: Helen and I met on the first day of our MFA […]Read More Interview with Bird Land Artist Michele L’Heureux
Welcome to Bird Land: Michele L’Heureux June 26 – October 13, 2018 This summer we are extremely excited to welcome artist Michele L’Heureux to the Lamont Gallery to transform our space with her interactive and immersive ode to birds in the exhibition Welcome to Bird Land. This exhibition features drawings, collages, stuffed birds, human-sized […]Read More For the Love of Birds!
Representing Feminism(s): Reflections on The Process February 23-April 21, 2018 This past spring the Lamont Gallery hosted its third student curatorial project. Throughout the year we work with students called proctors on various gallery-related projects such as helping to plan and run events, distributing exhibition publicity, and researching and creating text for gallery signage. […]Read More Representing Feminism(s): Reflections on The Process
Dustin – Discovery – 1st Edition Gems from the Lamont Gallery Collection The Lamont Gallery has a collection? – Why yes, we do! Over the years we have been going through the process of reorganizing our collection storage and reviewing the works that that we have. Our Collections & Exhibitions Manager – Dustin Schuetz […]Read More Dustin – Discovery – 1st Edition
Possible Subject Positions – Closing Events This exhibition tantalized the senses of gallery visitors with enormous abstract paintings, wallpaper made out of love notes, texture-rich figurative plaster sculptures, curious poetic sound installations, and almost touchable fabric pieces. Possible Subject Positions opened with an exciting visit of Masary Studio’s Sound Sculpture, which we wrote about in […]Read More Possible Subject Positions – Closing Events
Olivia Knauss was our Lamont Gallery Collections and Education Intern during the 2015-2016 school year and returned to the Lamont Gallery for the 2016-2017 school year as our Collections and Archive Assistant. Olivia is passionate about art. During her time with us, she helped create a number of innovative exhibitions and programs, made many discoveries […]Read More Great American Adventures and Graduate School Essays