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What makes an environment conducive to artistic expression? We believe it’s a number of things: a faculty made up of highly-talented practicing artists, a curriculum rich in fine arts and liberal arts courses, a breath-taking campus and small class size. The Nazareth Art Department offers a variety of programs that take advantage of these assets.
Art History, B.A.
Art Therapy, M.S.
In the Arts Center Gallery
January 23 - March 7, 2015 (Extended by 1 day!)
Photography Invitational Exhibit:
The State Of Photography
Arts Center Gallery Talk Announcement:
The exhibit is a sampling of the wide range of work being created by college level photography educators in central and western New York. 24 photographers are featured, representing 18 Colleges and/or Universities.The show is quite eclectic, and presents a variety of technical and aesthetic approaches to photography. Many of the photographers utilize digital tools, while others explore historical techniques and processes. All of the participants, however, view photography as a relevant and evolving art form that will continue to endure.
On Thursday, February 26th, three of the photographers will be coming to the gallery at 6:00 p.m. to discuss their work. The photographers include Frank Cost and Susan McWhinney from RIT, and Romy Hosford from Robert Wesleyan College. One or two additional photographers may also be in attendance.
********CANCELED DUE TO THE WEATHER
March 3rd - 6 PM: The second gallery talk featuring different photographers has been canceled.
In the Colacino Gallery
Humanity: Themes and Impressions
Featuring new works by printmakers Kelly Clancy, Dale Klein, and Paolo Marino
January 23 - February 28, 2015