Exhibition History

Exhibition History

Previous Exhibitions by Year:


2004-2005

Roy Kuhlman: The Grove Covers
Sept. 9 Dec. 10, 2004

Roy Kuhlman, along with Paul Rand and Alvin Lustig, pioneered the look of the avant-garde book jacket. The covers were geometric and often abstract, some included experimental photo-collage, and they had a spontaneity that made his work unique. Kuhlman used shapes and seemingly simple designs to express the essence of some of the most important and controversial literature ever published, including works by Beckett, Ionesco, D.H. Lawrence, and Henry Miller. Roy Kuhlman's book covers are considered a benchmark in design.

Roy Kuhlman left Grove in 1971. He was initiated into the Art Directors Hall of Fame in 1995.

Speaker Panel & Reception:

Sunday, Oct. 24, 1 - 3 pm

The panel discussion of Kuhlman's work and its significance featured important figures from the NYC publishing design world including Paul Bacon, Ed Brodsky, Steven Brower, and Ralph Casado. The curator, Barbara Rietschel, the last person to interview Kuhlman professionally, served as moderator.

New York School: Another View
Jan. 24 March 20, 2005

New York School: Another View, a re-examination of Abstract Expressionism, included nearly 40 works by as many artists. Produced from 1942 through 1965 and borrowed from 15 lenders, most of the included works have not been widely seen.

New York School: Another View explored the diversity of the Abstract Expressionist movement in New York. Drawing on sources from the era, such as Philip Pavias It is, as well as pioneering reassessments including, Ann Eden Gibsons Abstract Expressionism: Other Politics, this project focused on those artists often excluded from the narrow view of this seminal movement. In keeping with this concentration, a number of artists of non-European heritage and women often excluded from surveys of Abstract Expressionism were included. This exhibition demonstrated that the community responsible for Abstract Expressionism was broader and more diverse than is commonly accepted.

Lenders to the exhibition included: Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery, ACA Galleries, Mark Borghi Fine Art, Colgate University, David Findlay Jr Fine Art, Greenberg Van Doren Gallery, Elizabeth Harris Gallery, Bill Hodges Gallery, Knoedler & Company, Kraushaar Galleries, Lennon Weinberg Gallery, Laurence Miller Gallery, Robert Miller Gallery, Mitchell-Innes & Nash Gallery, Tibor de Nagy, Katherina Rich Perlow Gallery, Anita Shapolsky Gallery, Gary Snyder Fine Art, and Joan T. Washburn Gallery.

The artists included were:

Peter Agostini, Charles Henry Alston, Nell Blaine, Norman Bluhm, Seymour Boardman, Ilya Bolotowsky, Ernest Briggs, James Brooks, Lawrence Calcagno, Herman Cherry, Nassos Daphnis, Dorothy Dehner, Beauford Delaney, Lynne Drexler, Jimmy Ernst, Herbert Ferber, John Ferren, Perle Fine, Helen Frankenthaler, Michael Goldberg, Raoul Hague, Grace Hartigan, Buffie Johnson, Lee Krasner, Ibram Lassaw, Helen Levitt, Norman Lewis, Conrad Marca-Relli, Mercedes Matter, Joan Mitchell, Louise Nevelson, Ray Parker, Robert Richenburg, Judith Rothschild, Yvonne Thomas, Jack Tworkov, Chairmian von Weigand, Wilfrid Zogbaum

The exhibit was accompanied by a 64 page catalogue which reproduced 36 of the artworks. It also included essays by Terence Diggory (Skidmore College), Ann Eden Gibson (Chair of Art History at University of Delaware), Esther Tornai Thyssen (The Sage Colleges), and Jim Richard Wilson. New York School: Another View essay

Panel Presentation & Public Reception:

Sunday, Feb. 27, 1 3 pm

Film Series:

Tuesday evenings, Feb. 1 March 8, 6 8 pm

High School Regional Art Exhibition
April 1 17, 2005

The special exhibition showcases the best high school art in the Capital Region. This juried show represents entrants in grades 9-12 from high schools in Albany, Schenectady, and Rensselaer counties. Raul Acero and Wendy Ide Williams served as jurors.

Public Reception:

Sunday, April 3, 1 3 pm

BFA Exhibition I

April 21 May 1, 2005

Featuring the works of Sage College of Albany student artists: Sarah Vadney, Jackie Tangarone, Janelle R. Metzler, Heather Gilmore, Olya Szjka, Juliann Van Wormer, Serena Tearno, Beverly Kenton, Jermaine Moore, Daniel Neet, and Kristen Welke.

Reception:

Friday, April 22, 4:30 - 7:00 pm

BFA Exhibition II

May 4 15, 2005

Featuring the works of Sage College of Albany student artists: China Clarke, Tamara Beck, Anastasia Camay, Kirsten Cochran, Jan Talmadge, Mary Kate Norton, Amy Uzzillia, Sarah Collins, Justin Zimmer, John Moquin, Olya Szjka, Juliann Van Wormer, Kevin McClintock, Alisa Goodman, Marisa LoStritto, Brad Bosco, Jessica Ross, and Mike Button.

Reception:

Wednesday, May 4, 4:30 - 7:00 pm

New Faculty Exhibition
June 3 July 29, 2005

Featuring the works of new faculty members to The Sage Colleges.

Reception:

Friday, June 3, 4:30 - 6:30 pm


2003-2004

Ugo Mochi
Sept. 2 - Oct. 19, 2003

An internationally acclaimed artist, Ugo Mochi (1889-1977) was a prolific sculptor, illustrator and designer. This exhibit is curated by Matthew McElligott, Associate Professor of Graphic Design and Illustration, and focuses specifically on Mochis illustrations using shadows in outline. Mochi employed surgical precision to create unprecedented works which reveal skillful accuracy, intricate delicacy and unerring compositional sensibility. Nine books on wildlife, featuring his illustrations, were published. His shadows in outline were collected by the Duke and Duchess of York, Queen Mary, Smithsonian, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Franklin Institute, and the American Museum of Natural History, among innumerable others.

Reception:

Friday, 9/12, 4:30-7:00pm

Dan Welden: An Overview
Oct. 31 - Dec. 12, 2003

This is the first significant overview of an internationally renowned printmaker. Welden is the leading proponent of solarplate printing, and has served as master printmaker to numerous important artists. This exhibition focuses primarily on Weldens own prints, paintings and mixed-media works. Catalogue essay by Helen A. Harrison

Reception:

Friday, 10/31. 4:30-7:00pm

Conrad Atkinson: Constantly Contesting
Jan. 26 - Feb. 29, 2004

Art and politics mix in recent work by internationally renowned British Artist Conrad Atkinson, represented in this exhibition by selected works from two decades of paintings, drawings, ceramics, textiles, and prints. Atkinson creates visually compelling interpretations of 9/11, violence, AIDS, West Nile virus, immigration, art world politics, control and manipulation of information and beauty. This exhibition was originally curated by Miranda McClintic for White Box in Chelsea NYC.

Reception:

Friday, 2/6, 4:30-7:00pm

Frank Wimberley: An Overview
March 12 - April 16, 2004

A survey of thirty-five years of work by this former student of Lois Mailou Jones and Pollock/Krasner Fellow. Frank Wimberley is a mature artist with studios in NYC and Sag Harbor, NY. His work reveals ties to jazz and Abstract Expressionism. Wimberley started exhibiting in 1969. His work has been the focus nearly two dozen solo exhibitions and included in more than 60 other shows, the most recent being Biennale Internazionale Dell= Arte Contemporanea in Florence, Italy. Among the public and corporate collections that include Frank's art are: Art Institute of Chicago, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Islip Art Museum, Schomburg Center, Atlanta University, Howard University, Coca Cola, Pitney Bowes, Brooklyn Union Gas and Time Warner. Color catalogue with essay by Jim Richard Wilson.

Reception:

Friday, 3/12, 4:30-7:00pm

Student Art Show
April 21 - May 2, 2004

Reception:

Wednesday, 4/21, 7:00-9:00pm


2002-2003

Dedication
Tuesday, 11/12/02, 11:00am
11/12/02 - 12/20/02

Sage Colleges Art & Design Faculty Show Catalogue

Jean Dahlgren, Nance Goren, Melanie Printup-Hope, Harold Lohner, Willie Marlowe, Timothy M.Martin, Matt McElligott, Ruth Comport Morgan, Linda Morrell, Gina Porcelli, William B. Schade, Gary Shankman, Esther Tornai Thyssen, Terrence Tiernan.

Reception: Tuesday, 11/12, 4:30-7pm

1/27/03 - 3/2/03

Jewish History and Community in Albany, NY

Part of Albany Heritage Celebration. Curated by Dr. Harvey S. Strum, this is the eighth in a series of Sage Colleges Gallery projects on Jewish history and experience.

Reception: Thursday, 2/6, 4:30-6:30pm

Panel Presentation: Monday, February 17, 6:00-7:30pm

Bob Gluck Performance, featuring Zoe Zak: Wednesday, 2/26, 7-8:30pm

Bob Gluck is a composer, performer, musical instrument builder, educator, and rabbi. His compositions, often integrating sounds and music from Jewish culture, have been performed in Europe, Canada, and across the United States.

This exhibit and its associated programs are made possible with generous support from:

  • The New York Council for the Humanities;
  • New York State Council on the Arts, Decentralization Program, administered by the Community Arts Connection of the Albany/Schenectady League of Arts;
  • Meet The Composer, Inc., whose funding is provided by the New York State Council on the Arts, ASCAP, the Virgil Thomson Foundation, the Eleanor Naylor Dana Charitable Trust, and the National Endowment for the Arts;
  • The Department of Liberal Studies of The Sage Colleges.

3/14/03 - 4/11/03

25th Annual Photography Regional Exhibition Guidelines and Entry Form

Juror: Jeffrey Hoone, Director of Light Work in Syracuse, NY

Coordinator: Susan Myers

Juror's Lecture: Friday, March 14, 5:30-6:30

Reception: Friday, 3/14, 6:30-8:30pm

This exhibition is made possible, in part, with generous support from:

  • Neil McGreevy ProLab
  • Bokland Custom Visuals
  • Stuyvesant Photo

5/1/03 - 8/8/03

Selections from the Student Art Show

Reception: Thursday, 5/1, 4-6pm

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2001-2002

Howard Steinberg: "Leaves and Resurrections"

9/4/01 - 10/14/01
Reception Thursday, September 20, 2001 4-6PM

Janet Cook-Rutnik
"On the Other Side of Dreams"

10/25/01 - 12/12/01
Reception Thursday October 25, 2001 4-6PM

Tony Reinemann: "Interiors"

1/28/02 - 3/3/02
Reception Thursday February 7, 2002 4-6PM

"Elegance & Utility: 300 Years of Furniture &
Decorative Arts in the Capital Region"

Curated by Ruth Comport
3/14/02 - 4/14/02
Reception Thursday March 14, 2002 4-6PM

Selections from the Student Art Show

4/25/02 - 5/31/02
Reception on Thursday April 25, 2002 4-6PM

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2000-2001

Joseph Piccillo, Drawings.
9/5/00 - 9/29/00

Marsha Connell: Dream Vessels
Images and Poetry
10/5/00 - 11/5/00

Beatrice Schall: Vestige Series
11/16/00 - 12/15/00

This exhibition is supported in part by a grant from the North Carolina Arts Council and sponsored by the Arts Council of Wilson, North Carolina.

Bill Stewart: Ceramic Sculpture
1/22/01 - 2/16/01

An educator and frequent traveler, Stewart's work has always manifested an idiosyncratic aesthetic. Far removed from the reductionist tendencies of many of his generation, Bill's ceramic sculptures revel in an abundance of imagery from diverse sources.

An American Shtetl
Jewish History & Community in Troy, NY
3/1/01 - 3/30/01

This project is made possible, in part with public funds from the New York State Council on the Arts Decentralization program. The program is administered in Albany and Schenectady Counties through the Community Arts Connection of the Albany/Schenectady League of Arts. Additional support provided by the Division of Social and Global Studies of the Sage Colleges.

Willie Marlowe: Works on Paper 1997 - 2001
4/11/01 - 6/1/01

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1999-2000

Minna Resnick
Unquiet Voices Drawings and Prints
, August 30 through September 26, 1999

Ms. Resnick is an Ithaca based artist whose work has been exhibited nationally over the past 25 years and is included in nearly 20 public collections, both here and abroad. Through lithography and drawing her work explores the "dual nature of woman"

Illustration - Here and Now, October 4, 1999 through October 31, 1999

A selection of works by illustrators working in and around the Capital Region. Exhibit includes original works, books and advertisements.

Endless: Space and Form in Emerging Art
November 8, 1999 through December 10, 1999

Curated by Chris Davis
Ms. Davis is a Sage JCA alumna, receiving her Associates in 1996. She went on to her BA in Art History at Purchase College of Sunny. She is Assistant Director of Sara Meltzer's On View in SoHo.

Artist's Books, Prints and Constructions
Matthew Liddle

January 18 - February 13, 2000
Mr. liddle is an Albany native now living and teaching in North Carolina. A printmaker, Matthew has been exploring alternative ways of presenting images. His innovative approach to creating artist's books is to be a primary focus of this exhibit.

Selection: From the Holocaust Series
Harriet Goldman Caldwell

February 21 - March 26, 2000
Harriet G. Caldwell works are a direct result of her exploration of Jewish heritage through confronting issues of ethnic persecution. Her most recent work examines eugenics, its role in Nazi programs and its relationship to contemporary issues in genetic engineering.

Trance Form
an installation by Dana Rudolph

April 6 - May 12, 2000

Dana is a JCA Fine Arts alumna who completed her BFA at Bard and her MA/MFA at SUNY Purchase. She was one of the three Judge's Award of Excellence recipients in the Alumni Juried show mounted in 1998. She will be creating a site specific installation for the gallery.

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1998-1999

Diana Quinby: Lithographs and Drawings, August 31 through September 27,1998

Curated by Linda K. Ryder
Diana Quinby is a Capital District expatriate who has made her home in Paris.

For the Birds Too: an installation,October 8 through November 8, 1998

Jane Ingram Allen - artist
Chris Allen's Central Artery Project - jazz performers

Family Affair: hand-built ceramics, November 16 through December 11, 1998

Artists: Tim Martin & Dustin K. Martin
Tim Martin is Professor of Fine Arts and coordinator of the clay and three dimensional programs for The Sage Colleges. Dustin Martin is Professor Martin's nephew.

From The Garden: recent paintings by Roy Nicholson, January 11 through February 7, 1999

A widely exhibited painter, Nicholson is also a studio professor at Southampton College.

A Place by The Sea, February 18 through March 22, 1999

Artists: Alvin Loving, Frank Wimberley, Nanette Carter, and Gregory Coates.
Four NYC based artists with ties the community of black artists, intellectuals and professional people in Sag Harbor.
Co-sponsored by the Division of Global and Community Studies
Additional Support: New York State Council on the Arts/Community Arts Connection
Traveled to Christiane Neinaber Contemporary Art, NYC, and Arlene Bujese Gallery, East Hampton, NY after its Albany debut.
catalogue requested by the Library of Congress

Look-Say: An installation of piquant observations, April 4 through May 2, 1999

Richard Harrington, using works inspired by flash cards, addresses the learned multiple meanings of words that are often used to denigrate gays and homosexuality.

Private Eye: selected works from a private collection

June 7 through August 9, 1999

The works included in this exhibition are a small selection of works from a personal collection assembled over the past quarter century. These thirty-seven pieces by thirty-three artists represent approximately a tenth of the collection.

The artists included are considered 'American' - though three were European born. The works are 'contemporary' - all but one created after mid-century. Two of the artists were born in the previous century and a third of the remaining were born prior to WWII. Works were chosen to give a sense of the particular strengths of the collection with an emphasis on works not previously exhibited in the Capital Region. For the sake of concision, only works created in the United States after 1942 are included.

EXHIBITION CHECKLIST

Charles Balth, untitled (dinosaur), undated, plaster of Paris, shells, etc; Aage Bjerring, Atzompa, 1984, oil on linen; Warren Brandt, London Theater, 1952, pen & ink; James Brooks, Bowditch, .1977, serigraph; Dawn Clements, RCCA Valentine, 1993, gouache; Sue Coe, It's a Picnic, 1992, photo-etching; Jennifer Cross, Guerrillas or Consequences, 1985, oil on canvas; JoAnne DeFeo, untitled (shelter),1987, handmade paper, twigs, pine; John Ferren, untitled, 1959, pastel; Victor Gruberth, untitled, 1979, oil on wood; Elisca Jeansonne, Shepard Psalm, 1995, acrylic, wood, insulated wire; Gina Knee, Low Tide, 1943, gouache; A.B.C. deKramo, Campfire Ghosts, 1984, pastel on velvet; Christopher Lloyd, Dinner Party, c.1980, graphite; Don LoPiccolo, Autumn Gray #1, 1955, oil on paper; Sheridan Lord, Landscape, March 1980, 1980, oil on panel; Tom Mahady, Paton at the Gug, 1978, oil on paper; Madeleine Meehan, untitled, c.1982, pastel; Madeleine Meehan, untitled, c.1982, pastel; Monica Miller, Studio with Black Walls, 1980, watercolor/collage; Paton Miller, untitled, c.1981, oil on linen; Christine Najdzionek, Volpane, 1982, oil on canvas; Thom O'Conner, untitled, 1984, collage; Thom O'Conner, untitled, 1984, collage; Linda K. Ryder, Flower, 1990, gelatin silver print and ink; Anthony Scibelli, unreasonable fears led me to unreasonable triumphs, 1980, gelatin silver print; Bruce Hamilton Sevick, untitled, c.1986, stoneware; Bruce Hamilton Sevick, untitled, c.1986, stoneware; David Slater, Transparent Coyote, 1982, gouache; Syd Solomon, Trivistal, 1978, inks with collage; Ty Stroudsburg, untitled, 1981, acrylic on paper; Ty Stroudsburg, untitled, 1981, acrylic on paper; Val Telberg, Sequence for a Pan Shot, 1980, photo-montage; Terrence Tiernan, Untitled #2, 1998, acrylic on paper; Richard Wands, Broken Arm Goes to Roundup II, 1986, encaustic on wood; Dan Welden, Canyon IV, 1987, lithograph; Wendy I. Williams, untitled, c.1989, mixed media

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1997-1998

Desire & Decay: The Influence of Ivan Albright on Dan Gilhooley September 2, 1997 through October 5, 1997

Ms...: the Face Collages, October 15 through November 11, 1997

An ongoing series of collages by Nance Goren, Professor of Fine Arts

Nanette Carter - November 19 through December 12, 1997

Recent works in oil & collage on canvas by this noted African-American artist.

Judith Harold-Steinhauser, January 14 through February 15, 1998

Black and white manipulated photographic portraits.

Jewish Farming Communities of Northeastern N.Y., February 23 through March 22, 1998

Curated by: Christopher D. Ringwald, Dr. Harvey Strum, Jim Richard Wilson.
Co-sponsored by Division of Social and Global Studies
Additional Support: New York Council for the Humanities
catalogue requested by the Library of Congress

Alumni Juried Exhibition, April 1 through May 2, 1998

Juror: Mark Schaming, Director of Exhibitions, NYS Museum.
Artists: Thomas Beaudoin, Michael Bombard, Darcie Cristello, George Diroff, Stephanie Johnson, Robert Johnson, Tony Reinemann, Dana Rudolph, Patricia Loonan Testo.
Co-sponsored by the Sage JCA Alumni Association

Body Image: national juried figure exhibition and forum, May 13 through June 21, 1998.

Juror: Ken Johnson, Contributing Editor, Art in America
Organized by Broadway Artists, Inc.
Additional Support: New York State Council on the Arts/Community Arts Connection

Terrence Tiernan: new works on and of paper, July 1-29, 1998

Tiernan is a painter and Chair of the Division of Arts

Exploring Old Territory in a New Way, August 9-23, 1998

Curated and Directed by Melanie Printup Hope
Featuring 9 Native American Artists: Mary Anne Barkhouse, Rosalie Favell, Katherine Fogdon, Melanie Printup Hope, Janet Kierstead, Bradlee LaRocque, Shelly Niro, Ryan Rice, and Audra Simpson.
Additional Support: New York State Council on the Arts/Community Arts Connection, Key Foundation, and the Printup Foundation

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1996-1997

Drawing: Selections from the National Drawing Association, September 3-29, 1996

Artists: James Adkins, Jennifer Cross, Janet Culbertson, Berenice D'Vorzon, Sylvia Harnick, David Henley, Mildred Hermann, Richard Chandler Hoff, Renee Ritter, Paulette Singer, Stephen Soreff, and Susan Zises.


Art Teachers Invitational, October 9 through November 12, 1996

Artists: Linda Graf, Susan Ann Hoffer, Susan McDermott, Day Pinkham, Susan Schmader, Patrick Sullivan, Patricia Loonan Testo, and Marie Triller.
An exhibit of work by selected Art Teachers from High Schools of the Greater Capital Region.


William B. Schade, November 20 through December 15, 1996

An exhibit of artist-made books and works on paper by William Schade. Schade is Professor of Fine Art and coordinator of the printmaking program at at Sage JCA.


Gregory Coates, January 15 through February 16, 1997

An African-American painter working abstractly in mixed-media.


Beta Israel: the Jews of Ethiopia, March 2 through March 30, 1997

An exhibit developed by the North American Conference on Ethiopian Jewry.
Co-sponsored by the Division of Social Sciences
Additional support provided by grants from: The United Jewish Federation of Northeastern New York and New York Council for the Humanities
catalogue requested by the Library of Congress


Sage National: Small Print Juried Exhibition, April 7 though May 4, 1997

An exhibit mounted simultaneously at Russell Sage College Gallery and Rathbone Gallery
Juried by David W. Kiehl, Adjunct Curator of Prints at the Whitney Museum of American Art.


The Contemporary Figure: national juried figure exhibition & forum, May 29 through June 30, 1997

Juried by Franklin Alexander and Jim Richard Wilson
Sponsored by the Broadway Gallery Membership Group
additional support provided by the New York State Council on the Arts Decentralization Program.

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1995-1996

Neat Drawing, August 28 through September 29, 1995

Artists: Dominick Cantasano, Dan Gilhooley, Eileen Kennedy-Dyne, Michael Lalicki, and Sally Warner.


Messages From The Interior: Works on Paper & Sculpture - October 9 through November 12, 1995

Curated by George Hofmann.
Artists: Linda Cross, George Hofmann, David Miller, Don Osborn, Frank Owen, Joanna Pousette-Dart and Frank Wimberley. Traveled through the Northeast after its Albany debut


Paint by Numbers/Homemade Digital Art - November 20 through December 22, 1995

Curated by Mick Brady.
Artists: Ed Atkeson, Roberto Bocci, Mick Brady, Steven Dietemann, Melanie Hope, Adrienne Klein, Stuart Lehrman, Warren Padula, Liz Russotti.


Image &Text- January 10 through February 18, 1996

Concrete Poetry, Visual Poetry and other forms that use text as image or in combination.
Artists: Anna Banana, Lloyd Gunther Dallett, Carol Diehl, Willie Marlowe, Rodney Ripps, Donna Rosenthal, Gabrielle Senza, Naomi Sultanik, and Jim Toia.
Collaboration with Spazi Gallery, Housatonic, MA


Llave: a Key to The Secret - February 28 through March 31, 1996

Curated by Andrea K. Nasrallah. Coordinated by Jim Richard Wilson
A project on Sephardic experience and continuing expression in the New World.
Co-sponsored by Division of Social Sciences
Additional support provided by a grant from Meet the Composer Foundation.
catalogue requested by the Library of Congress


Bordello: Lewis Turco & George O'connell - April 11 through May 12, 1996

Poet Lewis Turco and printmaker George O'Connell's most recent collaboration based in Turco's psychologic portraits of men who frequent bordellos.

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1994-1995

Karen Meyer & Gary Shankman: Evolution, September 6-27, 1994

Karen Meyer, Assistant Professor of Graphic Design, is a noted illustrator. Gary Shankman, Associate Professor of Fine Arts, is a painter of still-lifes, interiors and landscapes.

Inferno: Shopping in America, October 5 through November 6, 1994

Pinhole photographs by Warren Padula shot in supermarkets and malls around the country. Traveled extensively throughout North America after its Albany debut.

Flaming Senses: an installation, November 16 through December 16, 1994

Paintings, sculpture, and video by Steven Dunning and Kevin Cook comfronting issues of gender preference, AIDS, gay bashing, and homophobia.

On & Off The Wall: recent sculpture,
January 12 through February 12, 1995

Artists: Bart Arnold, Elisca Jeansonne, and Glenn Zweygardt.

Bearing Witness: The Art of Valerie Jakober Furth, February 23 through April 9, 1995

Valerie Jakober Furth was eighteen years old when she and her entire family were deported to Auschwitz.Mounted in acknowledgement of the fiftieth anniversary of the liberation of the concentration camps of the Third Reich.
Co-sponsored by the Division of Social Sciences

Hope: A national juried visual art and poetry exhibition, May 1 through June 4, 1996

Collaboration with Peconic Gallery of Suffolk Community College. Juried by Dan Gilhooley and Jim Richard Wilson Additional support provided by Divisions of Social Sciences and Humanities, and the Offices of the Dean and Student Affairs.

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1993-1994

Amy Bascom: The Interior Design Process, September 3-26, 1993

Amy Bascom is a free lance commercial/residential designer and coordinator of the Interior Design Program at Sage Junior College of Albany.

Frank Wimberley: Recent Works, October 7 through November 7, 1993

Abstract paintings, collages, and constructions by this African-American artist

David Slater: Dreams & Nightmares, November 18 through December 17, 1993

Paintings, drawings, and mixed media.

Val Telberg-Anas Nin: House of Incest , January 13 through February 13, 1994

An exhibition of the photomontages produced and letters exchanged during the collaboration for the 1958 publication of Nin's House of Incest. Included in the first international conference on Anas Nin held at Southampton College of L.I.U. Traveling nationally through Visual Studies Workshop

Emma Goldman, February 24 through March 20, 1994

An exhibition organized by the Emma Goldman Archive, University of California at Berkeley Co-sponsored by the Division of Social Sciences.

Alumni Invitational, March 31 through April 24, 1994

Artists: Michael Bach, Wendy Costa, Mark O'Brien, Francis Palkovic, Ragellah Rourke, Mark Schaming, and Patricia Loonan Testo. Co-sponsored by the Sage JCA Alumni Association.

Passion- A national juried visual art and poetry, May 1-31, 1994

Exhibition mounted in collaboration with Peconic Gallery of Suffolk Community College.
Juried by Ann Philbin, Director of The Drawing Center, NYC
Co-sponsored by the Offices of the Dean, Student Affairs, Humanities, and Social Sciences
Additional support provided by a grant from Poets & Writers, Inc.

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1992-1993

Drawing: An Invitational, September 8-29, 1992

curated by Professor Charlie Strienbrecher.
Artists: David Holt, Marc Jacobson, Lee Newman, Susan Newman, Stephen Samerjan, Rita Sirignano, Pamela Zwehl-Burke.

Betty Parsons: Constructions, October 8 through November 11, 1992

courtesy of the Betty Parsons Foundation
In collaboration with the Fine Arts Gallery of Southampton College of L.I.U.

Native American Immersion, November 19 through December 18, 1992

curated by JCA alumna Erin Willsey.
Artists: Clifford Bryclea, Sam English, Peter B. Jones, Emma Lewis Mitchell, Dolores Mitchell, and Tammy Tarbell.
An exhibit of contemporary Native American art and crafts selected from artists in the Northeast and Southwest.

Linda Morrell: Hand-colored Photographs, January 11 through February 5, 1993

Linda Morrell is Photography Coordinator for the Fine Arts Division at JCA.

Toby Buonagurio, New Ceramic Sculpture: Eccentric Visions, February 18 through March 21, 1993

In collaboration with Peconic Gallery of Suffolk Community College.

Dan Welden: Canyon, April 4 through May 2, 1993

Mr. Welden is a master printmaker and painter.

The Sage Colleges Faculty Exhibition, May 10 through June 18, 1993

This show included approximately two dozen faculty members from both Sage campuses to represent most of visual art faculty of The Sage Colleges.

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