Thorne-Sagendorph
Art Gallery

Exhibitions, programs, events

Opening reception for campus and community

Friday, February 17, 5–7 p.m. (free and open to the public) 5:30 p.m.: live music by Signals Over The Air

2125 Stanley Street/Traces

Dahlia Nayar, Margaret Sunghe Paek, and Loren Kiyhi Dempster

February 9, 10, 11 (performances); February 17–March 26 (exhibition)

An evocative dance performance and subsequent multimedia exhibition that jointly explore issues and images of hybridity across generations of immigrant families. The artists note that their work “aims to invite the audience into a home that unfolds through movement, sound, and intimate exchange, a home that is both familiar and yet cannot exactly be located.”

2125 Stanley Street is presented Thursday and Friday, February 9 and 10, at 7 p.m. and Saturday, February 11, at 2 p.m. at the Thorne. Performance tickets ($8–$10) are available through the Redfern Arts Center Box Office. Admission to the Traces exhibition, and to all Thorne exhibitions, is free. 2125 Stanley Street/Traces is organized by the Redfern Arts Center and the Thorne-Sagendorph Art Gallery.


Sympathetic Vibration:

Selected Works by Rachelle Beaudoin, Janet Bleiken, Sally Bomer, Brian Cohen, Glen Scheffer, and Craig Stockwell

February 9 – March 26

An exhibition of new and recent painting, sculpture, photography, installation, and performance by six area artists whose works, in a variety of ways, connect local and global issues and images.


At Home: A Teaching and Learning Installation

February 9–March 26

An interactive education installation offering additional perspectives on the ideas of home and culture addressed in 2125 Stanley Street/Traces. Developed in collaboration with the Horatio Colony Museum & Nature Preserve, At Home combines historic artifacts, self-guided activities, and performer/interpreter-led explorations of place, family, and memory.

Performer/interpreter-led school and group tours with Thorne educators and student performer/educators available with advance reservations; contact the Thorne for information about these and other education programs.


ColorCycle

A Project by Artist-in-Residence Katharina Rooney

Ongoing

Developed by Katharina Rooney in collaboration with hundreds of members of the campus and regional community during fall 2016, ColorCycle, comprising thousands of recycled compact disk cases and a wide array of repurposed materials, is now installed across the upper windows in the Thorne lobby.

Feb - Mar

TBD

ColorCycle process and results

Artist-in-residence Katharina Rooney, Thorne educator Shari Osborn, and selected youth and adult participants discuss the ColorCycle process and results.

Programs and events supported by New England Foundation for the Arts, Robert P. Hubbard Family Trust, Redfern Arts Center, Horatio Colony Museum & Nature Center, and Keene State College.

About the Thorne-Sagendorph Art Gallery

For 50 years, the Thorne-Sagendorph Art Gallery at Keene State College has been a gathering place for artists, students, patrons, educators, scholars, and friends. The gallery has hosted excellent exhibitions of work by local, national, and international artists and designers, originated a broad range of innovative education and public programs, and fostered diverse connections across disciplines, communities, and generations.

All exhibits, receptions, and programs are free and open to the public.

Gallery Hours

  • Sunday-Wednesday:
  • Noon-5:00pm
  • Thursday-Friday:
  • Noon-7:00pm