Events and Exhibitions

Upcoming Events and Exhibitions

A Lily Blooms in Winter: Exhibit by Alston Conley

A Lily Blooms in Winter: Exhibit by Alston Conley

Professor Conley is a painter who has received several grants and awards including; The Massachusetts Cultural Council Artist Grant for Painting 1978, National Endowment for the Arts, Individual Artist Grant 1980, the Fulbright Grant for Independent Study in Italy 1981, and a Fellowship to The Ballinglen Arts Foundation, Balleycastle, County Mayo, Ireland 1995.

January 22 – May 14

O'Neill Library, Third Floor Gallery

Contact
Nina Bogdanovsky (nina.bogdanovsky@bc.edu)

A Lily Blooms in Winter: Exhibit by Alston Conley

A Lily Blooms in Winter: Exhibit by Alston Conley

Professor Conley is a painter who has received several grants and awards including; The Massachusetts Cultural Council Artist Grant for Painting 1978, National Endowment for the Arts, Individual Artist Grant 1980, the Fulbright Grant for Independent Study in Italy 1981, and a Fellowship to The Ballinglen Arts Foundation, Balleycastle, County Mayo, Ireland 1995.

January 22 – May 14

O'Neill Library, Third Floor Gallery

Contact
Nina Bogdanovsky (nina.bogdanovsky@bc.edu)

21st Annual Boston College Arts Festival

21st Annual Boston College Arts Festival

Save the date! The Boston College Arts Council is thrilled to mark the 21st Annual Arts Festival April 25-27, 2019.

This year's festival offers more than 60 events featuring artists with diverse talents that highlight the depth of BC's performing, visual, and literary arts. Events take place Thursday through Saturday.

Evening events include:
BC's Best, Thursday, April 25, 9:00 p.m.
Cultural Showcase, Friday, April 26, 8:00 p.m.
Dancing with bOp!, Saturday, April 27, 8:00 p.m.

Visit the Boston College events calendar to view the entire Arts Festival events and programs. Or view the pdf of this year's program here.

The mission of the annual Boston College Arts Festival is to showcase BC's vibrant artistic culture through innovative collaborative programming.

Read about the 2018 Arts Festival in the Spring issue of the Boston College Magazine

Image: "Moses Supposes," at Arts Fest Saturday night, April 28 (from left): BC bOp! singers Michael Lyons ’21 and Michael Mastellone ’18, Nicholson, Simoneau, Amanda Sackmaster ’18, Rowland, and Yates. Photograph taken by Lee Pellegrini, Office of University Communications.

April 25 – April 27

Boston College

Contact
arts@bc.edu

A Lily Blooms in Winter: Exhibit by Alston Conley

A Lily Blooms in Winter: Exhibit by Alston Conley

Professor Conley is a painter who has received several grants and awards including; The Massachusetts Cultural Council Artist Grant for Painting 1978, National Endowment for the Arts, Individual Artist Grant 1980, the Fulbright Grant for Independent Study in Italy 1981, and a Fellowship to The Ballinglen Arts Foundation, Balleycastle, County Mayo, Ireland 1995.

January 22 – May 14

O'Neill Library, Third Floor Gallery

Contact
Nina Bogdanovsky (nina.bogdanovsky@bc.edu)

Out of the Studios

Out of the Studios

Painting, drawing, sculpture, video, and photography on display in Gallery 203 and the Stokes Art Tent. Exhibition opening and reception on Thrusday, April 25, 4:00–5:30 p.m. Featuring an artist's talk and a discussion of the artistic process starting at 4:00 p.m. in Gallery 203, Carney Hall.

Image: Nicole Maloof, Star-Crossed (detail), oil painting 

April 25 – April 27

12:00 PM – 6:00 PM

Carney Hall, Gallery 203

Contact
arts@bc.edu

Out of the Studios: Opening and Reception

Out of the Studios: Opening and Reception

Artist’s talk on the artistic process in Carney Hall, Gallery 203 and concludes at the Stokes Art Tent for a reception.

April 25

4:00 PM – 5:30 PM

Carney Hall, Gallery 203

Contact
arts@bc.edu

"Hitler's Mein Kampf: Prelude to the Holocaust"

"Hitler's Mein Kampf: Prelude to the Holocaust"

In 2016, the historians in Munich's Institute of Contemporary History published an annotated 2-volume edition of Hitler's blueprint for the new Germany, "Mein Kampf" ("My Struggle," 1926). This international conference will host speakers from Germany, Israel and the US and will present their scholarly work to show how Hitler's original writing in "Mein Kampf" on nationalism, expansionism and anti-Semitism led to the tragedy of WWII and the Holocaust. 

BC Holocaust Conference Website

 

April 25 – April 26

7:00 PM – 9:30 PM

Corcoran Commons, The Heights Room

Contact
John Michalczyk (john.michalczyk@bc.edu)

21st Annual Boston College Arts Festival

21st Annual Boston College Arts Festival

Save the date! The Boston College Arts Council is thrilled to mark the 21st Annual Arts Festival April 25-27, 2019.

This year's festival offers more than 60 events featuring artists with diverse talents that highlight the depth of BC's performing, visual, and literary arts. Events take place Thursday through Saturday.

Evening events include:
BC's Best, Thursday, April 25, 9:00 p.m.
Cultural Showcase, Friday, April 26, 8:00 p.m.
Dancing with bOp!, Saturday, April 27, 8:00 p.m.

Visit the Boston College events calendar to view the entire Arts Festival events and programs. Or view the pdf of this year's program here.

The mission of the annual Boston College Arts Festival is to showcase BC's vibrant artistic culture through innovative collaborative programming.

Read about the 2018 Arts Festival in the Spring issue of the Boston College Magazine

Image: "Moses Supposes," at Arts Fest Saturday night, April 28 (from left): BC bOp! singers Michael Lyons ’21 and Michael Mastellone ’18, Nicholson, Simoneau, Amanda Sackmaster ’18, Rowland, and Yates. Photograph taken by Lee Pellegrini, Office of University Communications.

April 25 – April 27

Boston College

Contact
arts@bc.edu

A Lily Blooms in Winter: Exhibit by Alston Conley

A Lily Blooms in Winter: Exhibit by Alston Conley

Professor Conley is a painter who has received several grants and awards including; The Massachusetts Cultural Council Artist Grant for Painting 1978, National Endowment for the Arts, Individual Artist Grant 1980, the Fulbright Grant for Independent Study in Italy 1981, and a Fellowship to The Ballinglen Arts Foundation, Balleycastle, County Mayo, Ireland 1995.

January 22 – May 14

O'Neill Library, Third Floor Gallery

Contact
Nina Bogdanovsky (nina.bogdanovsky@bc.edu)

"Hitler's Mein Kampf: Prelude to the Holocaust"

"Hitler's Mein Kampf: Prelude to the Holocaust"

In 2016, the historians in Munich's Institute of Contemporary History published an annotated 2-volume edition of Hitler's blueprint for the new Germany, "Mein Kampf" ("My Struggle," 1926). This international conference will host speakers from Germany, Israel and the US and will present their scholarly work to show how Hitler's original writing in "Mein Kampf" on nationalism, expansionism and anti-Semitism led to the tragedy of WWII and the Holocaust. 

BC Holocaust Conference Website

 

April 25 – April 26

9:00 AM – 6:00 PM

Corcoran Commons, The Heights Room

Contact
John Michalczyk (john.michalczyk@bc.edu)

Out of the Studios

Out of the Studios

Painting, drawing, sculpture, video, and photography on display in Gallery 203 and the Stokes Art Tent. Exhibition opening and reception on Thrusday, April 25, 4:00–5:30 p.m. Featuring an artist's talk and a discussion of the artistic process starting at 4:00 p.m. in Gallery 203, Carney Hall.

Image: Nicole Maloof, Star-Crossed (detail), oil painting 

April 25 – April 27

12:00 PM – 6:00 PM

Carney Hall, Gallery 203

Contact
arts@bc.edu

21st Annual Boston College Arts Festival

21st Annual Boston College Arts Festival

Save the date! The Boston College Arts Council is thrilled to mark the 21st Annual Arts Festival April 25-27, 2019.

This year's festival offers more than 60 events featuring artists with diverse talents that highlight the depth of BC's performing, visual, and literary arts. Events take place Thursday through Saturday.

Evening events include:
BC's Best, Thursday, April 25, 9:00 p.m.
Cultural Showcase, Friday, April 26, 8:00 p.m.
Dancing with bOp!, Saturday, April 27, 8:00 p.m.

Visit the Boston College events calendar to view the entire Arts Festival events and programs. Or view the pdf of this year's program here.

The mission of the annual Boston College Arts Festival is to showcase BC's vibrant artistic culture through innovative collaborative programming.

Read about the 2018 Arts Festival in the Spring issue of the Boston College Magazine

Image: "Moses Supposes," at Arts Fest Saturday night, April 28 (from left): BC bOp! singers Michael Lyons ’21 and Michael Mastellone ’18, Nicholson, Simoneau, Amanda Sackmaster ’18, Rowland, and Yates. Photograph taken by Lee Pellegrini, Office of University Communications.

April 25 – April 27

Boston College

Contact
arts@bc.edu

A Lily Blooms in Winter: Exhibit by Alston Conley

A Lily Blooms in Winter: Exhibit by Alston Conley

Professor Conley is a painter who has received several grants and awards including; The Massachusetts Cultural Council Artist Grant for Painting 1978, National Endowment for the Arts, Individual Artist Grant 1980, the Fulbright Grant for Independent Study in Italy 1981, and a Fellowship to The Ballinglen Arts Foundation, Balleycastle, County Mayo, Ireland 1995.

January 22 – May 14

O'Neill Library, Third Floor Gallery

Contact
Nina Bogdanovsky (nina.bogdanovsky@bc.edu)

Out of the Studios

Out of the Studios

Painting, drawing, sculpture, video, and photography on display in Gallery 203 and the Stokes Art Tent. Exhibition opening and reception on Thrusday, April 25, 4:00–5:30 p.m. Featuring an artist's talk and a discussion of the artistic process starting at 4:00 p.m. in Gallery 203, Carney Hall.

Image: Nicole Maloof, Star-Crossed (detail), oil painting 

April 25 – April 27

12:00 PM – 6:00 PM

Carney Hall, Gallery 203

Contact
arts@bc.edu

Free Docent Tour of McMullen Museum Exhibitions

Free Docent Tour of McMullen Museum Exhibitions

During the annual Arts Festival, the McMullen Museum will offer a free one-hour docent tour of Eaglemania: Collecting Japanese Art in Gilded Age America and Cuenca: City of Spanish Abstraction from 2:00 to 3:00 pm. No prior registration is required. If you would like to schedule a separate, private tour, please contact the Museum at least two weeks in advance.

April 27

2:00 PM – 3:00 PM

McMullen Museum of Art

Contact
Rachel Chamberlain: rachel.chamberlain@bc.edu; 617.552.1427

Salmanowitz and LaMattina Social Justice Film Screenings

Salmanowitz and LaMattina Social Justice Film Screenings

Student documentaries from around the world.

April 27

2:00 PM – 3:00 PM

Devlin Hall, Room 026

Contact
arts@bc.edu

A Lily Blooms in Winter: Exhibit by Alston Conley

A Lily Blooms in Winter: Exhibit by Alston Conley

Professor Conley is a painter who has received several grants and awards including; The Massachusetts Cultural Council Artist Grant for Painting 1978, National Endowment for the Arts, Individual Artist Grant 1980, the Fulbright Grant for Independent Study in Italy 1981, and a Fellowship to The Ballinglen Arts Foundation, Balleycastle, County Mayo, Ireland 1995.

January 22 – May 14

O'Neill Library, Third Floor Gallery

Contact
Nina Bogdanovsky (nina.bogdanovsky@bc.edu)

A Lily Blooms in Winter: Exhibit by Alston Conley

A Lily Blooms in Winter: Exhibit by Alston Conley

Professor Conley is a painter who has received several grants and awards including; The Massachusetts Cultural Council Artist Grant for Painting 1978, National Endowment for the Arts, Individual Artist Grant 1980, the Fulbright Grant for Independent Study in Italy 1981, and a Fellowship to The Ballinglen Arts Foundation, Balleycastle, County Mayo, Ireland 1995.

January 22 – May 14

O'Neill Library, Third Floor Gallery

Contact
Nina Bogdanovsky (nina.bogdanovsky@bc.edu)

A Lily Blooms in Winter: Exhibit by Alston Conley

A Lily Blooms in Winter: Exhibit by Alston Conley

Professor Conley is a painter who has received several grants and awards including; The Massachusetts Cultural Council Artist Grant for Painting 1978, National Endowment for the Arts, Individual Artist Grant 1980, the Fulbright Grant for Independent Study in Italy 1981, and a Fellowship to The Ballinglen Arts Foundation, Balleycastle, County Mayo, Ireland 1995.

January 22 – May 14

O'Neill Library, Third Floor Gallery

Contact
Nina Bogdanovsky (nina.bogdanovsky@bc.edu)

A Lily Blooms in Winter: Exhibit by Alston Conley

A Lily Blooms in Winter: Exhibit by Alston Conley

Professor Conley is a painter who has received several grants and awards including; The Massachusetts Cultural Council Artist Grant for Painting 1978, National Endowment for the Arts, Individual Artist Grant 1980, the Fulbright Grant for Independent Study in Italy 1981, and a Fellowship to The Ballinglen Arts Foundation, Balleycastle, County Mayo, Ireland 1995.

January 22 – May 14

O'Neill Library, Third Floor Gallery

Contact
Nina Bogdanovsky (nina.bogdanovsky@bc.edu)