Corridor Gallery

 

Corridor Gallery: The Student Art Gallery at ACC
The Corridor Gallery is an exhibition space for interested artists. The gallery provides curating, installation and exhibition opportunities for students, as well as a venue for artists to showcase their work within an academic gallery setting.

Exhibitions
Call for entries for themed exhibtions can be found on this page, when available. Students interested in exhibiting should contact Michael Demers (see below). All others can submit requests and proposals with digital images or website address to the gallery director via mail or email. Ongoing review/no deadline.

Delivery/Liability/Insurance
The artist is responsible for having all accepted work delivered to the school campus, as well as return delivery back to the artist. All postage/delivery fees for the return of work must be provided by the artist. Insurance during delivery to and from campus must be provided by the artist. Asnuntuck Community College assumes no responsibility for work damaged during transit, nor for the duration of the exhibition.

Questions?
Contact Michael Demers, Associate Professor of Fine and Digital Art at 860-253-3075 or mdemers@asnuntuck.edu
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Past Exhibitions
2017
Eileen Peltier - "The World is Full of Magic Things Patiently Waiting for Our Senses to Grow Sharper"

2016
Lavoie/McElhiney/Wallace painting exhibition
Printmaking class group exhibition
Reagen Holt - Untallied Results from The Reagen Elizabeth O'Reigaekn Research Lab

2015
Adam Bernard - Painting
Demers/Cirone - Point/Counterpoint
Janet Young - JDYoung Art Studio
Jerry Fink - Blanc
Victoria Oliver - Shadows & Light

2014
Alex Samson - You Set the Scene
Andrew Baris - 35mm
Anthony Candelaria - Hodge Podge
CM Pauluh - The Post-Traumatic Surface
CM Pauluh - Emotional Simulacrum
Jerry Fink - Industry
Marissa and Krista Campisi two-person exhibition
Mixed Media juried exhibition
Past Steele - Halcyon Residues
Victoria Oliver - Visions
Victoria Oliver - Visions II