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Lamont Gallery Events

Virtual Programs

While the Lamont Gallery is currently closed to public visitors, our exhibitions and related programs are still available virtually.
See the Visit page for updates to our temporary visitors policy.

Cultural Conversations:

Join us for lunchtime & late afternoon conversations. 
All artist talks and workshops are held in Eastern Standard Time.


Artist Talk with Jasmine Solano, founder of the Unity in Color project

Wednesday, October 21, 2:40-3:25

Unity in Color is a global photography series and platform in support for women’s equality founded by Jasmine Solano. The photographs feature groups of women from around the world, wearing shades of gold and yellow, who gathered to represent intersectional solidarity, acknowledging their history while moving towards a collective future.

In January 2020, Elizabeth Kostina ’20 and Kelly McGahie brought this project to Exeter. Kostina’s stunning photographs of Exeter students and employees represent the inclusive feminism that is found in our community.

Jasmine Solano is an artist, curator, DJ, and activist. Join us in this virtual talk to learn more about Unity in Color and its evolution.

View the recording of this artist talk.


Crashes, Upheavals, and Crises 
Artist Talk with Gordon D. Chase '66

Thursday, October 15, 3:00-4:00 pm 

Gordon Chase's theatrical drawings, sculpture, and other works combine dynamic action and strong emotion as they interrogate our world view. His through-line is "art with a social conscience" -- it is there in all his many works depicting intense human drama. Join us for this virtual artist talk to learn more about Chase's art, outlook, subject matter, and process.

Chase graduated from Phillips Exeter Academy in 1966. He has taught art and coached soccer for 40 years at both the Groton School and then Milton Academy.

View the recording of this Artist Talk.
 

Art at Your Desk Workshops

Feed your creative soul. Zoom workshops with teaching artist Tif Farmakis-Day
Workshops are free but space is limited and advanced registration is required.

Felted Florals: Create a Sunflower or Daffodil

Felted Sunflower (Session 1) *** CLASS FULL***
Class 1 – Wednesday, Sept. 16, 4:00-5:00pm
Class 2 – Wednesday, Sept. 23, 4:00-5:00pm
Class 3 – Wednesday, Sept. 30, 4:00-5:00pm

Felted Daffodil (Session 2) *** CLASS FULL***
Class 1 – Wednesday, Oct. 14, 4:00-5:00pm
Class 2 – Wednesday, Oct. 21, 4:00-5:00pm
Class 3 – Wednesday, Oct. 28, 4:00-5:00pm

Create a never wilting blossom by sculpting in wool! In this multi-day workshop, students will use a combination of wet and needle felting techniques to create their own colorful flowers. Using a wire armature, sharp barbed needles and simple guides, students will transform wool roving into a floral work of art.

Space is limited, please register by September 1: gallery@exeter.edu.

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The Art of Chalk Pastels: Capturing Autumn​ 

Wednesday, November 4, 4-5pm​  *** CLASS FULL***

One of the most beautiful times of the year, the Autumn season has been capturing artist’s imaginations for generations! This workshop will guide students through the process of creating a pastel Autumn landscape. Focusing on the foundations of successful representational art: color, line, composition, texture and form, students will also learn various pastel painting techniques. Open to first time and experienced artists. Students can follow along with Tif or use their own photo reference. An instructional handout will be provided.

Space is limited please register by October 30 gallery@exeter.edu.

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Lamont Gallery, Frederick R. Mayer Art Center, Phillips Exeter Academy
20 Main Street, Exeter NH, 03833
603-777-3461 / gallery@exeter.edu