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Emerson Gallery

History of Exhibitions

1993-94

April 26 - May 22, 1994
  • Senior Art Projects '94
    Organized by the Emerson Gallery. An exhibition of work by Hamilton College seniors graduating with a concentration in Fine Arts.
 
April 10 - 24, 1994
  • Spirits Speaking Through: Native American Art and Artists.
    Organized by the Emerson Gallery. A student exhibition, which explores the spiritual dimensions in Native American traditions directly through their cultural expressions in performance and visual arts.
 
March 5 - April 17, 1994
  • Our Struggle is Also a Struggle of Memory Against Forgetting: Joe Lewis
    Organized by the Hillwood Art Museum, Long Island University. Installation by Hamilton alumnus Joe Lewis dealing with topical social and political issues.
 
January 17 - February 27, 1994
  • The Abbey of St. Gall, A Cultural Center
    Organized by Pro Helvetia, the Arts council of Switzerland, this exhibition documented over 1,000 years of artistic production at the Abbey with full- scale facsimiles of ivory reliefs, illuminated manuscripts, richly ornamented book covers, and architectural fragments.

November 12 - December 19, 1993
  • One Man's Taste: Thomas Coley
    Organized by the Emerson Gallery with the cooperation of William G. Roehrick. A memorial exhibition of promised gifts, honoring the memory of an astute collector and generous friend of Hamilton College. A booklet/essay was made available in conjunction with this exhibition.
  • A Noble Experiment: The Hamilton Oneida Academy, 1793- 1812
    Organized by the Emerson Gallery. Original manuscripts, paintings, drawings, maps, furniture, books, and other artifacts document the history of the institution that later became Hamilton College.
 
September 17 - December 19, 1993
  • Renaissance Prints from the Hamilton College Collection and the Munson- Williams- Proctor Institute Museum of Art
    Organized by the Emerson Gallery. Fifteenth and Sixteenth- century Italian and northern European works in a variety of print media, by Albrecht Durer, Ugo da Carpi, Giorgio Ghisi, Hendrik Goltzius, and others.
 
September 17 - October 31, 1993
  • Robert Rauschenberg and His Contemporaries: Works from the Collections of Martina Hamilton and Hamilton College.
 
June 3 - September 5, 1993
  • William Partridge Burpee: American Marine Impressionist
    Organized by Childs Gallery, Boston, Massachusetts, Roger Howlett '66
  • American Seascapes from the Hamilton College Collection
    Organized by the Emerson Gallery.