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“Gestural Surfaces: Lumitectural Works” Lights Up the McIninch Art Gallery

The McIninch Art Gallery’s newest exhibit features artwork from graphic design professor Harry Umen titled, “Gestural Surfaces: Lumitectural Works.” This exhibit of light is a collaboration between Umen, fashion apparel designer Laura McCarthy and lighting engineer Howard Eglowstein. “Gestural Surfaces” was inspired by Umen’s fascination with designed lighting. Specifically, Umen utilizes an interior design technique called lumitecture. “The lumitecture work is something that I’ve
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The Walls of Fantasy Landia Arrives At McInich Art Gallery

The McIninch Art Gallery unveiled a new exhibit called “The Walls of Fantasy Landia” on Thursday, November 2. The featured artists were Raul Gonzalez and Enrique Chagoya. Each extrapolated on their Latin heritage and the pride they felt, as well as how that heritage affected their works. Gonzalez primarily focused on the issues of immigration and border patrol. Chagoya’s work was concerned with and
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“A Functional Incident” Unveiled in McIninch

The McIninch Art Gallery unveiled a new exhibit the evening of September 21. Kirsten Reynolds: A Functional Incident incorporates elements of architecture with abstract art to create a three-dimensional space that is both attractive to the eyes and to the soul. Kirsten Reynolds held an hour-long speech in the Walker Auditorium, in which she described her work as an architectural “theatrical tableau vivant.” It
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Art Gallery Displays “Soon I Will Be President”

On Thursday, Nov. 4, the McInich Art Gallery at Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) unveiled its latest exhibit, “Soon I Will Be President,” courtesy of artist Joe Wardwell. The title is derived from a lyric out of The Dead Kennedy’s song “California Uber Alles.” That evening, an Artist Talk event was held in Walker Auditorium at 5 p.m. Wardwell shared with the attendees what