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The Carney Gallery is the Center’s venue for visual art. Located just off the Atrium Lobby on the first floor of the Fine Arts Center, the Carney Gallery mounts up to five exhibitions during the academic year. Ongoing collaborations with area art associations offer students direct access to area artists and Boston’s vibrant art scene.
Carney Gallery hours are Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., and by appointment during the academic year. (Please call 781-768-7034 to arrange an appointment.)
The Diversity Walk
A Three-Month Gallery Exhibit Exploring Racism, Gender, and Genocide
February – April 2018
This spring semester, the Center for Inclusive Excellence, the Fine Arts Center, and the Department of Humanities are teaming up to bring a Diversity Walk to The Carney Gallery at the Fine Arts Center and to the Regis community at large.
The Diversity Walk is an evolving gallery exhibit focused on the following themes: resistance and racism (February), resistance and gender (March), and resistance and genocide (April). The exhibit will feature the art of world-renowned artists as well as local artists alongside artists from the Regis community. In addition to the gallery exhibit, the Diversity Walk will include three events to promote dialogue and encourage a deeper understanding around each issue addressed by this walk.
February 22 – April 12
Resistance and Racism Exhibit
Featuring artwork by Synthia Saint James. Ms. Saint James is best known for the original cover art of the hardcover edition of Terry McMillan's book Waiting to Exhale and for designing the first Kwanzaa stamp in 1997. She also designed the 2016 Kwanzaa Forever Stamp.
March 2 – April 12
Resistance and Gender Exhibit
Between March 2nd and March 5th, the Regis community will be invited to participate in the creation and installation of artwork by Christina Zwart.
April 1 – April 12
Resistance and Genocide Awareness Exhibit
Fine Arts Center Director
Assistant Professor of Humanities
Andre H. Schiff