The William Morris Hunt Memorial Library
Horticultural Hall
2nd Floor
300 Massachusetts Avenue
Boston, MA 02115
617-369-3385

The staff of the William Morris Hunt Memorial Library cordially invites you the 19th exhibition in our collaboration with the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. 

 

ALTERED

An exhibition of work by Museum School Students from Remade, Recycled, Reconfigured: Collage in the 21st Century.

April 2nd -24th, 2014

Reception: Thursday, April 3rd, 5-7 pm.

Jesseca Ferguson and Daniel Embree are pleased to present works by Graphic Arts students from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts.

"Remade, Recycled, Reconfigured" is a mixed media studio course which explores collage (and by extension, assemblage) in its many potential configurations: as visual poetry, as conjunction/disjunction, as narrative, and as social commentary. Students activity explore hands-on techiques, digital imaging, and the potential interfaces between the two.

ALTERED addresses issues of collecting and transforming found materials - old books, scraps of paper, bits of twine, snapshots, magazine clippings - to create new art objects. The show features work by fourteen current students and an additional seven students from previous semesters.

Participating students: Fatima Albudoor; Jilanna Allison; Sara Barry; Yvie Biddle-Hentic; SaraMarie Bottaro; Angelica Caporale; Joonhye Choi; Andrea DiFebbo; Darian Eck; Henry Funches; Lily Gilbert; Cris Iacaponi; Ryan Joaquim; Yannick Monteiro; Adelle Montes; Mariana Muriago; Jennifer Murphy; Birdie Piccininni; Emily Roberts and Olivia Russell.

 

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.

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Public Transportation

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.

Parking

No on-site parking garage is available for library users. Metered parking spaces are often available nearby on Massachusetts Avenue.