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Art Galleries

Hammond Hall Art Gallery

The art gallery is located in the G-level of Hammond Hall Campus Center.

Colleen Pearce

Exhibition | Mon., Jan. 21, 2019 - Wed., Feb. 20, 2019
Artist Talk & Reception | Wed., Feb. 20 | 3:30 pm

Colleen Pearce believes that art can deepen our humanity. She considers her earliest education to be on her family’s farm in Michigan. Currently she enriches the lives of children by teaching art in the Lincoln Public Schools. Colleen has exhibited across New England including Three Stones Gallery, Catamount Arts, the Saco Museum, Fitchburg Art Museum, and Boston City Hall. She completed a BFA from Tufts University, a diploma in fine arts from the Museum School of Fine Arts, and recently she earned an MFA from Massachusetts College of Art and Design.


Exhibition | Wed., Mar. 6, 2019 - Thur., Apr. 18, 2019

ARTeries is Fitchburg State University Art Department’s annual juried exhibition that showcases the strongest original student work in drawing, painting, sculpture, and mixed-media art. ARTeries provides an opportunity for the university community to celebrate the artistic talents of Fitchburg State students. As a “juried” show, ARTeries is competitive; a faculty panel will select artworks from the pool of submissions.


Exhibition | Wed., Apr. 24, 2019 - Fri., Jun. 28, 2019


Conlon Media Wall

The Conlon Hall Media Wall is a digital HD video display measuring 6 feet by 10 feet that showcases creative work from students, faculty, alumni and regional artists. The Media Wall is located in the lobby of Conlon Industrial Technology building at 316 Highland Ave.

The Wall Talk is an opportunity for the artist to visit campus and explain the featured work. All are invited to attend and ask questions, or simply sit and listen, while enjoying complimentary refreshments.

Cold Hudson
Billy Wirasnik

Exhibition | Jan. 22 to Mar. 4
Wall Talk & Reception | Wed., Feb. 6 | 3:30 PM

COLD HUDSON is a 7 hour slow film following the US Coast Guard Cutter Sturgeon Bay on a 7 hour journey up the Hudson River, starting at West Point, travelling north on the river to Catskill, then back south to Rhinecliff, NY. The film is shot from the perspective of the captain and crew on the bow, and one static shot shows the real time progression of the ship as it cuts through cold waters. The USCGC Sturgeon Bay, a 140-foot Bay Class Cutter stationed at Governors Island, is used for breaking ice and rescuing ships caught in the frozen landscape that forms on the river each winter.

Director: Billy Wirasnik
Director of Photography : Ben Pender-Cudlip
Producer : Emily Ferrier
Production Sound Mixer : Ryan Scatanato
Assistant Camera/DIT : Len Mazzone
Color Correction : Matt Relstab
Motion Design : Tim Weidelman
Production Coordinator : Elaine McMillion Sheldon
Sound Editor : Billy Wirasnik
Music: Colleen - "Holding Horses"
Written by Cécile Schott (SACEM)

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