Molloy College Art Gallery
Current Exhibition - Kellenberg Hall
BFA/BS Student Exhibition
One Last Show
April 28 - May 30, 2019
Join us in recognizing the work of our graduating Art Majors!
Jessica D'Amprisi, Jocelyne Diaz, Sara Heuser, Victoria Kaufmann, Melody Kuperschmid, and Devlin Lemay.
This 2019 exhibition illustrates the exploration and aesthetic diversity available to young artists of this, the second decade of the twenty-first century.
Current Exhibition - Public Square, Larinin Room
Galapagos: Face to Face
Photographic works by Holly Gordon
May 1 - 30, 2019
Holly Gordon's exhibition Galápagos: Face to Face brings the Galápagos Islands to the viewer in an intimate and personal way through the lens of a photographer who is an artist, not a scientist...and a teacher from a "former life". This exhibition plants seeds to make better human beings by poking at our senses to examine our relationship with the environment and our responsibility to care for it.
Just uttering the word, Galápagos, conjures mystery and awe. The islands are a visual juxtaposition of fantasy and reality. The Galápagos Islands are evolutionary and revolutionary. During Charles Darwin's visit to the Galápagos in 1835 he gathered data that, right now, 180 years later, continues to rock the foundation of conventional scientific thinking.