CenterStage Gallery Talk: Jenn Houle3:30pm - 4:30pm Hammond Hall | Art Gallery
About This Event
The CenterStage arts and culture series features "Terrestrial Magnetism," an exhibit of the work of artist Jenn Houle, in the Hammond Hall Art Gallery through Dec. 10. Houle will discuss her work at this talk in the gallery. Refreshments will be served.
Jenn Houle is a visual artist with a studio based on her property in Merrimac surrounded by her pollinator gardens. She has held artist residencies in the Great Smoky Mountain National Park, Vermont Studio Center, and the Plumbing Museum. Houle is a grant recipient from the Puffin Foundation, Massachusetts Cultural Council, Cornell Council for the Arts, Einaudi Foundation, and John Hartell Graduate Award for Art and Architecture. Select exhibits include ‘Meteors are space eggs,’ a solo show at UMASS Amherst, ‘Searching for Life’ at Mass Audubon's Habitat Education Center and Wildlife Sanctuary, and ‘Urban Wildlife: Learning to Co+Exist’ at RISD. She currently teaches at Fitchburg State University, UMASS Lowell and Montserrat College of Art. Jenn received a BFA from Massachusetts College of Art and an MFA from Cornell University.