Over the past couple of years, the Nancy Lincoln Gallery has expanded from a single room that displays art to a collaborative student-driven space that asks big questions and invites dialogue from other disciplines.
This model brings science, history, modern languages, English, math, etc. into our studio-based curriculum. Our gallery makes visible a process-based approach that doesn’t necessarily have definitive answers, and connects with the Visual Arts department, which is based in a contemporary art practice that incorporates traditional fine art as well as emerging technological and cultural advances.
In our first show of the 2015-16 season we tackle the ultimate question of “What is Art?”
Each week a different visual art class will explore this question, and how we go about finding our answers – our process – might reveal some truths. We’re keeping our search public so we encourage you to look into the gallery throughout the coming weeks and attend an opening or exhibit.
Stay tuned to the blog for updates, and leave your comments about our process – as well as your thoughts about what is art – below.
- Art of Boston: September 7- 11
- MS Visual Art Workshop: September 14-18
- Media and Message: September 21-25
- Mash-Up: September 28 – October 2