Emerson Gallery

History of Exhibitions


May 10- May 21, 1989
  • Senior Art Projects 1989
    Organized by the Emerson Gallery.
    An exhibition of work by Hamilton College seniors graduating with a concentration in Fine Arts.
April 1 - May 1, 1989
  • This We Will Remember With Joy: 19th Century Views of the Holy Land
    This exhibition also included other highlights from the Collection of James Garfinkel '80. A broad spectrum of photography was presented, focusing on the Middle East.
February 12 - March 26, 1989
  • Lavern Kelley: A Rural Life
    Organized by William Salzillo.
January 23 - February 4, 1989
  • Whole Lotta Shakin Going On
    Organized by the Emerson Gallery. Ron Ehmke, Guest Curator. Two weeks of live performance.
November 12, 1988 - January 8, 1989
  • John Neagle, Philadelphia Portrait Painter
    Organized by Ann Slimmer, Curator of the Emerson Gallery.
  • Graham Sutherland: The Graphic Work
  • A Survey of British Etching
September 24 - November 6, 1988
  • Rodin: Selections from the B. Gerald Cantor Collection

June 4 - September 11, 1988
  • Bruce Muirhead: Recent Works
    Organized by the Emerson Gallery. Bruce Muirhead became a Professor of Art at Hamilton College in 1983.
  • John von Bergen: Recent Bronze Sculptures
    Organized by the Emerson Gallery.
    John von Bergen was once an adjunct professor at Hamilton College and was the Visiting Assistant Professor of Sculpture at Colgate University at the time of the exhibit.
June 13 - August 13, 1988
  • No Title
    Organized by the Emerson Gallery as part of Hamilton College's summer Elderhostel program.
    Four artists exhibited their work and gave lectures: Easton Pribble, oil painting (June 13 - June 25), Stella Scarano, mixed media (July 4 - July 16), Edward Christiana, water colors (July 18 - July 30), and Vincent Clemente, pottery (August 1 - August 13).