An evocative exhibition by Winfred Rembert, an African-American artist who lived in the segregated South, opened in the Mercy Gallery on Feb. 21, and will be on display through Apr. 14.
The Sue and Eugene Mercy Jr. Gallery, dedicated in honor of former Loomis Chaffee Trustee Eugene Mercy Jr. ’55 and his wife, Sue, is located in the Richmond Art Center — the campus hub for the visual arts program. Throughout the year, the Mercy Gallery exhibits the work of a variety of artists in a diversity of media, artistic endeavor, cultural influence, and geographic representation. The work of Visiting Artists are displayed in the Mercy Gallery to coincide with their residency on the Island, encouraging direct interaction between artists and students. All exhibitions in the Mercy Gallery are open to the public, as is the opening reception for each artist’s installment.
An exhibition of artwork on leather by Winfred Rembert will be presented in the Sue and Eugene Mercy Jr. Gallery from February 21 through April 14.
Visiting Artists Frank and Francine Ozereko met with Loomis Chaffee art students to discuss the collection of work on exhibit in the Sue and Eugene Mercy Jr. Gallery in the Richmond Art Center.
Loomis Chaffee student artists have been recognized by the Connecticut Art Educators Association in the 2017 Connecticut Regional Scholastic Art Awards.
Attendees of the Community Arts Celebration in the RAC Jan. 10 were treated to the music of the faculty acoustic quartet What Could Possibly Go Wrong? The band features Tim Lawrence, Alec McCandless, Keller Glass, and John Morrell.
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