Senior Thesis Exhibition, "Pathways to Perception"
April 25-June 2, 2013
Opening reception, April 25, 5-7p.m.
"Pathways to Perception" is a group exhibition showcasing the work of seven spring 2013 graduating MCLA art majors: David Camilo, Carrie Converse, Andy Cross, Adam Duchemin, Will Dunbar, Nicole Proulx, and Eric Walsh. The work on exhibit spans a variety of mediums including, but not limited to, painting, sewing, photography, and digital imagery. Thematically, the show will touch upon a number of subjects, from science and childhood memories to madness and the human condition. The Pathways to Perception exhibition is coordinated by MCLA art professor Melanie Mowinski. Mowinski and her students have shared many formative experiences in their artistic journey together as students and teacher, which is reflected throughout the exhibit.
"Everything in the world is connected. Though we may be using different mediums, practicing different skills, or dealing with different themes, we are pieced together through our art. All of us see the world differently, but through our art we create a lens to share our vision."Adam Duchemin, MCLA graduating Art Major/exhibiting artist
Gallery 51 is a program of MCLA's Berkshire Cultural Resource Center. It is located at 51 Main St. in North Adams, MA, and is open every day 10a.m.-6p.m. For more information please call (413) 664-8718