Lamont Gallery at Phillips Exeter Academy to Host A Collective Curiosity
Lamont Gallery at Phillips Exeter Academy will host A Collective Curiosity, Her Voice in the Arts. This virtual exhibition will be on view on the Lamont Gallery website (www.exeter.edu/lamontgallery) from January 19 - June 6, 2021
A Collective Curiosity continues Philips Exeter Academy’s yearlong recognition commemorating fifty years of coeducation. This exhibition features 18 alumnae whose works range widely in style, medium and themes. Professionally, they have challenged the boundaries of art form, function and materiality. They’ve leaned into curiosity and collaboration; some have entirely reimagined the art making process.
Join us as we celebrate these remarkable women sharing their art and story through this virtual exhibition and programs.
Maud Bryt ’83, Alexandra Carter ’04, Candy Chang ’95, Millicent Dunstan ’15, Anne Fishbein ’76, Elizabeth Gardner ’83, Kate Gridley ’74, Alexandra Grounds ’17, Barbara Rita Jenny ’84, Rose Klabin ’96, Dustan Knight ’76, Elizabeth Kostina ’20, Evie Lovett ’84, Brittany Otto ’08, Lindsay Packer ’91, Tiffanie Turner ’88, Rebekah Wostrel ’87 & Wendi Yan ‘18
Visit the Lamont Gallery website to learn more about the exhibit and find out about additional events and educational programming: www.exeter.edu/lamontgallery.
Visiting the Lamont Gallery:
The Lamont Gallery and all programs are free
Lamont Gallery Temporary Visitor Policy – January 2021:
To keep our students, employees, and members of the greater Exeter community safe and healthy, Phillips Exeter Academy has decided that public visitors will not be allowed on campus at this time. You are an important part of the Lamont Gallery community and we hope you will join us virtually this season. We look forward to welcoming you back to campus soon.
Lamont Gallery programs are supported in part by the Michael C. Rockefeller ’56 Visiting Artists Fund.
About the Lamont Gallery:
The Lamont Gallery, located in the Frederick R. Mayer Art Center, is a dynamic exhibitions and teaching space celebrating the arts by showcasing work of regional, national, and international artists in thematic exhibitions. Established in 1953, the Lamont Gallery was a gift to Phillips Exeter Academy by Lamont family alumni including Thomas W. Lamont, Corliss Lamont, Ned Lamont and others. Their generosity provides visitors of all ages the opportunity to experience and learn about the arts in a welcoming setting that reflects the Academy’s commitment to the intersection of goodness and knowledge. Informed by the Harkness teaching philosophy, the Lamont Gallery’s programs emphasize active learning, inquiry, and dialogue. The gallery offers year-round exhibitions and programs that are free and open to the public. For more information, call 603-777-3461 or visit the website at www.exeter.edu/lamontgallery.