|The Edwards Art Gallery at Holderness School is an historic and beautiful building situated in the center of campus. The gallery, which was part of an extensive 1980's renovation of the original Holderness School gymnasium (circa 1917), is now part of the Carpenter Center for the Arts. Judith Solberg, in her book, "This Tender Vine," called the renovation "a clever repurposing of existing space...and a new era for the arts at Holderness School."|
The Carpenter Center for the Arts and the Edwards Art Gallery ensure that Holderness art and music students have access to a wonderful home for creativity, one that is dynamic and inspiring, complete with, lab, recording, and fine arts work spaces, as well as diverse exhibit areas, and intimate nooks to study and feel inspired. The Edwards Art Gallery is the inspirational and visual centerpiece of this space.
9AM - 5PM: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, & Friday
9AM - 1PM: Wednesday & Saturday.
Contact Franz Nicolay, Gallery Director, for more information on 603.779.5387.
|"Contemporary Tradition," 2014 Alumni Exhibition|
Works by alumni artists Emilie Lee '99 and Jonathan Sherman '95 will be on exhibit at the Edwards Art Gallery beginning Friday, April 11th and continuing through May 25th, with an Opening Reception on the 11th from 6:30 - 8pm. Lee is a classically trained oil painter with a special love of nature and outdoor adventure. Sherman studied in Italy and is inspired by the old masters for his development as a painter. Gallery talks and studio demonstrations are also on the roster. The Edwards Art Gallery is open Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 9am - 5pm and on Wednesdays and Saturdays from 9am to noon.
|Martin and Erik Demaine Visit Holderness|
Martin and Erik Demaine, Renowned MIT artist and MIT mathematician, visited Holderness School on October 24th, presenting on algorithms, origami, art, magic and puzzles at an informal gallery talk, as well as to an audience of math and science students.
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