Mather Artspace located on the second floor showcases the latest work of the Trinity students, faculty, staff and Hartford area residents and students.
October 11-25, 2011
A Midsummer Night's Dream: Three Weeks in Iceland
A Photo Exhibit by Christoph E. Geiss
November 8-December 12, 2011
Memory & Legacy
An Exhibit telling the story of the New Haven Holocaust Memorial
February 10-March 2, 2012
A Photo Exhibit by Lisa Pleskow Kassow
March 3-31, 2012
Runway St.: Fashion as Culture
A Photography Exhibit by Irenae Aigbedion '13
April 10-30, 2012
Seeing the Light, The Perspectives of Three Professors
Madalene Spezialetti, God in Heaven; David Henderson - Night and Light; David Ahlgren - Viewpoints: Color, Scale and Connection
October 15-November 15, 2010
Trinity College Rome Campus
40th Anniversary Celebration Photo Exhibit
November 17- 30, 2010
featuring Jack Reed, 5th Year Fellow in Studio Arts
December 9-17, 2010
Writing with Light
featuring First-Year Seminar 167-01 Digital Landscape Photography and Atmospheric Phenomena
February 21-March 7, 2011
featuring Digital Painting by Olusanya Bey, a Hartford artist
March 10-April 1, 2011
JELLO Exhibit (January Experience Living and Learning Outreach) featuring Trinidad and Tobago
April 7-29, 2011
African Development Coalition: Africa Through Trinity’s Eyes
June 8-12, 2011
featuring Dick Druckman '61
September 30-October 30, 2009
Boomtowns of the Yangtze River
Featuring student-captured images of this year`s China Urban Studies Summer Program: MegaCities of the Yangtze River - a Travelling Ivestigation. Photographs by Curtis Stone IDP '10, Kara Tan '12, Wendy Zhao '10 and Bailey Pryor
November 4-15, 2009
Paintings by Margaret Zox Brown '80
Margaret Zox Brown is a renowned artist of thought provoking and emotionally stimulating art. Her work has been shown in galleries in New York, Portugal, London, and Connecticut.
December 1-20, 2009
"Chapel Light" by Nick Lacy
A Photo Tribute to One of Trinity’s Iconic Buildings
February 26-March 9, 2010
Milagros Sigue en Wimbi (Milagros Is Still in Wimbi)
A photo exhibit by Daniela Ortiz-Bahamonde '10
This past summer Daniela worked with the project ECODESS in Ecuador, in the province of Esmeraldas. She spent one month and two weeks in a remote village called Parroquia 5 de Junio, also known as Wimbi. ECODES aims to study the social and natural changes in remote communities after the constuction of a road. Daniela concentrated on her own research which she is now using to work on her honors thesis. This opportunity was offered to her as a result of working with Professor Trostle in the Anthropology Department as a research assistant.
March 17-April 13, 2010
Photos of Morocco
A photo exhibit by Jillian Bargar '11
April 19-May 23, 2010
Charlotte Brooks, First Woman Staff Photographer at Look Magazine
A photo exhibit by Sophia Alyssa Simpson '10
June 4-6, 2010
Class of 1955 Passion Pursuits
featuring works by Bo Burbank, Paul Carlson, Wade Close, Bob Freeman, George Kramer, Bob Laird and Joe Reineman
October 10-27, 2008
Japanese Vendors: Technos International Week, Japan 2008
A Photo Perspective by Sophia Alyssa Simpson '10
Technos International Week is an event organized by Technos International College of Japan. Its goal is to promote international exchange and understanding between the international guests and the members of the host institution, as well as to offer the guest group the opportunity to experience and appreciate Japanese life and culture. Trinity College is one of 10 colleges and universities from around the world to participate. Alyssa was selected to represent Trinity.
November 12-December 12, 2008
George Ostertag Nature Photography
George Ostertag is a professional freelance photographer living in Oregon and specializing in topics of nature, travel and outdoor recreation. A native of New Britain, Connecticut, his love for the outdoors developed when he was a young child, exploring the forests and wetlands of the city`s park system. He has been the featured exhibitor in numerous galleries and has had his work published in book, magazine, calendar, postcard and ad mediums. He is the sole photographer for more than a dozen outdoor guidebooks which he co-authored. This exhibit of his framed photographs includes images of waterfalls, wildflowers, sunsets and national landmarks, with selections across the country.
February 5-February 24, 2009
Phnom Penh river Life
An exhibition of photographs taken in 2008 by students enrolled in Cambodia in Context, a summer study abroad program of Trinity College
These photographs examine the central role that the Tonle Sap river system plays in the daily life of Phnom Penh, capital city of the Kingdom of Cambodia.
The Cambodia in Context program and this exhibition are sponsored by the O’Neill Asia Cum Laude Endowment. The exhibition is also sponsored by the Studio Arts Program and the Special Events & Calendar Office. Cambodia in Context is administered through the Office of International Programs.
Faculty Directors of Cambodia in Context: Pablo Delano, Associate Professor of Fine Arts and Michael Lestz, Associate Professor of History; Graduate Mentor for 2008: Lindsey Eichler ‘08; Student Participants: Vivian Baker, Nora Becker*, Thea Button, Jamie Gale, William Jahraus, Nathan Kirschbaum*, Yuk Shan Li*, Alex Littauer*, Aileen McBride*, Mark Rasmussin*, George Riggs, Allie Stein*, Katherine Wade, Emma Williams*, Weita Wu* (*indicates these students have photos in the exhibit)
March 9-April 3
An exhibition of amazing dance photography by Zoe Marcerollo, and the Japanese photographer Sachiko Nagata. Chinese Calligraphy by Trinity Faculty Lorelei Chang and her twin sister, Mai Nakanishi from Japan.
October 17-27, 2007
Science and Asthma: Peruvian Perspectives
This photo exhibit developed from Alison Draper`s first year program last year on asthma and its global implications. At the end of the semester, students traveled there to learn about it first-hand.
November 6-23, 2007
Portraits from India and Nepal
Helena Stein works as an art teacher at the Montessori Magnet School in Hartford. The last two summers she volunteered at Loreto School in Kolkata working with former "street children." There are 300 girls ages 2-8 living in the school. She will give a short gallery talk about her experiences volunteering in Kolkata, working very closely with young volunteers, many of them from Europe. This year she visited Nepal and Katmandu and her exhibit features her photographs of people in India and Nepal.
Invisible Women: The Femicide in Juárez
Amnesty International traveling exhibit co-sponsored by the Women, Gender, and Sexuality Program, the Latin American and Caribbean Studies Program, the Modern Languages & Literature program, and PRESHCO
This exhibit commemorates International Human Rights Day on December 10.
March 1-9, 2008
This is an interactive art exhibit created by the women at York Correctional Institution. The artwork considers the impact of HIV/AIDS on the women and those around them. Each panel contains a recorded artists statement.
March 12-31, 2008
Women's History Month
Great Women of the 1970's: Photographs from the First National Women's Conference
Diane Henry, the official photographer for the first National Women's Conference hired by Bella Abzug