|Third Annual Juried Photography Show||Jurors: Miggs Burroughs & Steven Wander||November 19, 2010 – January 7, 2011|
First Prize Winners (by Category):
Aware by Jamie Russo (Animals)
Recycle by Dallas Mollerin (Artistic & Creative)
Trailer Park Storm by Shamik Ganguly (Landscapes & City Scenes)
Jazz Moment by R. Stamford Lake (People/Places)
Mentor by Jamie Russo (Pictures that Tell a Story)
|Chasing History||Exhibit by: Anita Laudone Harley||September 20, 2010 – November 5, 2010|
Artist statement: ‘ Implicit in the theme ‘Chasing History,’ which overlays all my work, I endeavor to examine how the past and present co-exist – the psat in the quotidien moment of life and the present in the viewer’s recognition of what has been and what will follow.’
|A Retrospective of the Work of Frank Ballard||July 2 – September 10, 2010|
Puppeteer, designer, director and teacher Frank Ballard passed away on Friday, June 4, 2010 after a long struggle with Parkinson’s Disease. Frank Ballard’s immense contributions to puppetry in the United States and the world are only beginning to be recognized and understood.
|Pinholes & Pixels||Paul Jones and Miggs Burroughs||May 7th – June 30th, 2010|
“Pinholes & Pixels,” is an exhibit of curious photography at the opposite ends of technology.
|The Watercolors of Robert E. Callahan||Silences Seen||March 10th – April 30th, 2010|
“Silences Seen,” a collection of watercolors by Bob Callahan, is a visual journey of a return to his first passion, the art of the watercolor sketch.
|CT Portrait Society Show:||Faces of Winter||February 5 – March 4, 2010|
“Faces of Winter 2010” features paintings, drawings, and sculpture from many of the most accomplished artists across the nation.
|Living in the USA||Hispanic/Latino Artists of Fairfield County||January 4 – January 29, 2010|
An exhibition of artwork by Latino artists in Fairfield County that reflects personal and family experiences living in the United States.
Curated by Tatiana Mori, UCONN Alumni.