Slater Concourse Gallery
September 12 – October 31, 2014
ARCHEMY: Drawing with chemicals by Dan Jay
Curated by Dan Jay
ARCHEMY presents works that combine the art in science by applying chemical
reactions to generate novel marks on paper. Works utilize rapid supercooling
of media by liquid nitrogen, use magnetic fields with iron or sliver chloride
precipitation and salt crystallization to form interesting patterns and textures.
They utilize the artist's rare combination of a scientific mind with an artist's eye.
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Read review in Tufts Now:
"Hidden Talents: Periodic Table of Art" >
Read review in Boston University New Service:
"Merging Art, Science" >
November 1 – December 12, 2014
The Personal is Political is Personal
Curated by Sara Allred
In this exhibition, artists illustrate how personal truths are played out in political/public
contexts, and how laws and policy affect their personal lives and the lives of others.
Through this work, the artists hope to draw attention to issues they are passionate
about by engaging the viewer in a visual exploration of social justice issues.
How to apply for a Slater Concourse Exhibition
Tufts community Gallery open to campus groups, faculty, staff,
students and alumni. Exhibitions rotate monthly and are awarded on a
first-come, first-served basis.
Deadline for a Summer/Fall semester exhibition is March 31st of the same year.
Deadline for a Spring semester exhibition is October
31st of the preceding year.
Please review the
Exhibition Guidelines and
Exhibitors review the
Installation Plan Form.
Contact Lissa Cramer via email for more information.
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