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The Mary Cosgrove Dolphin Gallery, located in the Ghosh Science and Technology Center, offers 3 to 4 exhibits per year of current renowned artists and of our faculty and students—all of which allow students and the public to explore the established, edgy, and innovative in the artistic world. The gallery’s mission is to contribute to the cultural offerings of the region by exhibiting work of vitality and interest in the contemporary art world.
Faculty Arts Exhibition 2014Regarding Landscapes Student Art Show 2014 Student Installation Show 2015 Thesis Exhibition 2014
recently, art and science were not such distinct disciplines. Before
the 20th century, collectors displayed their scientific treasures
alongside their paintings. In cabinets of “curiosities,” collectors
displayed specimens from the natural world alongside prints, drawings,
and paintings. All of these treasures were deemed marvels of the
material world, equally important for their aesthetic qualities and
expressive of the mystery and hidden order of the world. In the 20th
century, art and science diverged dramatically. Artists and scientists
were regarded as having different perspectives and goals. Now we see a
reconvergence; we appreciate the creative thinking in scientific
discoveries, and artists seek out the images in macro and micro scale
produced from our scientific and tech-dominated age. This
exhibition seeks art that reflects the artist as scientific explorer,
empirical thinker, or art in any media that has been influenced by
scientific discoveries and imagery, past and present.
Juror Nick Capasso, Director,
Fitchburg Art Museum, Fitchburg, Ma Nick Capasso is director of the
Fitchburg Art Museum in Fitchburg, Mass. He attended Clark University in
Massachusetts as an undergraduate and received a MA and Ph.D. from
Rutgers University in New Brunswick, NJ. He was former deputy director
of curatorial affairs at the DeCordova Museum in Lincoln, Mass., and he
has a distinguished record of curating numerous contemporary art
Artists exhibiting at
the gallery may offer their work for sale. The Mary Cosgrove Dolphin
Gallery retains 25% of the sale price.
Submission Deadline: August 28, 2015 Applicants must be 18 or over.
How to Submit the Application
How To Submit Work
Please note: If the name on the check is different than the name on the artwork, please indicate the name on the artwork in the memo section of your check. Payment for exhibition must be received by the submission deadline.Digital Files The Gallery only accepts digital files of your work and application. Format for images should meet the following.
If your work is selected for the
exhibition, we may include your image in print and digital PR materials.
All work must be the original work of the artist.Acceptance Notification
CONTACT US:Mary Cosgrove Dolphin GalleryGhosh Science and Technology Building508.929-8651Gallery@worcester.edu