The William Morris Hunt Memorial Library
300 Massachusetts Avenue
Boston, MA 02115
The staff of the William Morris Hunt Memorial Library cordially invites you to the 33rd exhibition in collaboration with the School of the Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts.
September 30th through November 18th, 2016
Please join us for the artists reception Friday September 30th, 4-7 pm
Topo•graphic explores contemporary relationships between humans and their environments, both natural and built. Each artist considers a perception of their lived reality in relationship to their surroundings. The root of topographic, ‘topo’, is used as a combining word, meaning ‘place’ or ‘local’ –a metaphor for the selection of works referencing separate environments that coalesce in this group exhibition. The show maps a variety of human/environment relationships through the use of visual—i.e. graphic—media, including drawing, painting, photography, animation and sculpture. Please join us for the opening reception to enjoy the work by Isabel Beavers, Allison Gray, Laura Hansen, Lennon M. Wolcott Hernandez, Sarah Jenkins, Devki Modi, Andrew Shirley and William Van Beckum. Exhibition organized by Isabel Beavers, MFA candidate at SMFA@Tufts.
Main Library Directions
The William Morris Hunt Memorial Library is located on the second floor of Horticultural Hall, which is located across Massachusetts Avenue from Symphony Hall.
MBTA Subway Green Line E Symphony Station or Orange Line Massachusetts Avenue Station. The closest bus routes are #1 Mass. Ave line or #39 Huntington Ave.
No on-site parking garage is available for library users. Metered parking spaces are often available nearby on Massachusetts Avenue.
Welcome to the Woods, Archival pigment print, William Van Beckum