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“Palaces for the People: Guastavino and America’s Great Public Spaces”
Feb. 8 - Oct. 23, 2021

Berry-Architecture-300x200-G3701.jpgFrom 1882 to 1943, in thirty-one states and six countries, Rafael Guastavino Sr. and Jr. created more than six-hundred distinctive tile domes and vaultings illustrating a new standard of health, safety, and beauty in architecture. This traveling exhibition, organized by The Guastavino Alliance, initially showed in the Boston Public Library in 2012-2013, and features photography by Michael Freeman and original Guastavino Company drawings. Additional artifacts and documents relating to Rafael Guastavino Jr. and Berry College’s Ford buildings are also on display in a supplementary exhibit, “Guastavino at Berry,” to honor Berry’s unique relationship with the Guastavino Fireproof Construction Company. Reserve your free tickets

“The Gift of Art: Selections from Notable Berry Donors” August 1, 2019- September 1, 2020

the-gift-of-art-G4134.jpgCurated by Senior art history major, Remington Jackson, and the student staff at Oak Hill, this exhibition showcases the rich history of the museum’s permanent collection. Though the artworks shown vary in style periods, subject matter, and medium, they all came to the Berry Schools as donations from individuals such as Mary Reynolds Morton, Princess Eugenia Ruspoli, and Nell Choate Jones in the 20th century. These donors gave to Berry in many ways, but they felt it was also vital to the students’ education to share the gift of art.

“From Tree to Treasure: Woodturnings by Al Christopher” Oct. 6, 2018- May 25, 2019

G3395-from-tree-to-treasure-300x200.jpgFeaturing over 50 woodturnings by Berry College Alum, Al Christopher (61c), this show celebrated the intricate craft of transforming raw wood into beautiful works of art. The display was Christopher’s first exhibition and served as an introduction to him as well as his methods.


“Sanctuary at Berry: Wildlife Photography by Gena Flanigen” Feb. 24, 2018 – Sept. 1, 2018

sanctuary-at-berry-chestnut-sided-warbler-300x200.jpgThis exhibition told the story of Berry College’s wild inhabitants through photographs captured by Gena Flanigen in and around the campus. Guests learned where and when to look for certain species at Berry and about the histories behind how different animals like White-tailed Deer came to thrive on the campus.

 

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