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CURRENT EXHIBITION

Genevieve Cohn: Time Stretches Slow

Reception Saturday, March 23, 4-6 pm

Time Stretches Slow invites viewers into a dreamlike world, inhabited by female figures at once unguarded and monumental. Bewitching colors belie the tension of ambiguity woven throughout her work, suggesting mythical narratives grounded by the figures themselves.

 

Cohn describes her work as depicting “possible communities of women by drawing from both a historical and imaginative past, present, and future. My paintings acknowledge and reflect a world where power is derived from collaboration, self-endowed agency and connection with the natural world.”

 

Cohn’s practice has been covered by The New York Times, Juxtapoz, Hypebeast, and the Boston Art Review, among others. Artforum noted Cohn’s 2022 solo exhibition at Hashimoto Contemporary NYC as “Must See.” Her work has been exhibited in New York City, Boston, Chicago, and London, among other cities. She is the winning recipient of the Hopper Prize. Cohn currently lives and works in Boston, MA where she teaches at Wellesley College.

 

Time Stretches Slow is currently on view. We welcome you to join us for the opening and Artist’s Reception this Saturday, March 23, 4-6pm. The artist will be in attendance.

PAST EXHIBITIONS

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LIFE ON HOLD

January 23-March 3, 2023

Featuring artworks made by women incarcerated at the Maryland Correctional Institution for Women, through a collaboration with NDMU students, faculty, and staff. Led and curated by Casey McKeel.

STUDENT EXHIBIT

December 4-9, 2022

Annual salon-style exhibition of student work from fall semester art and art therapy classes.

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PARALLAX WOMEN'S PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBITION

October 17 - November 18, 2022

Juried by Liz Faust, and featuring a vast array of photographic approaches practiced by women across the country.

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SUZY KOPF: ORANGE CRUSH

September 6-October 7, 2022

An examination of American citriculture.

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SENIOR THESIS EXHIBITION

May 2-22, 2022

Capstone work by six students graduating from Notre Dame of Maryland University with bachelor's degrees in studio art, photography, and art therapy.

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33RD NATIONAL DRAWING & PRINT COMPETITIVE EXHIBITION

March 7-April 14, 2022

Juried by Joy Davis and featuring work by 19 artists from across the United States.

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LAID BARE

January 24-February 25, 2022

Curated by Quentin Gibeau, this exhibition examines the theme of apocalypse as revelation.

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STUDENT EXHIBIT

December 6-10, 2021

Annual salon-style exhibition of artwork made by students enrolled in fall courses in the Art and Art Therapy departments at Notre Dame of Maryland University. 

There is no virtual version of this exhibition.

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SAM LACOMBE: 25 YEARS OF NEON

October 25-November 19, 2021

Featuring paintings and gouaches of urban Americana graphic signage, which Lacombe transforms in poetic ways.

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CAITLIN GILL:
NATURE VS. NURTURE

September 20-October 15, 2021

Exploring the notion of femininity and its relationship to nature and culture.

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CALENNA CAULEY: A DIVE INTO MY MIND

August 30-September 11, 2021

Thesis exhibition by Notre Dame of Maryland University art student Calenna Cauley '21

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PROCESS = RELATIONSHIP

May 3-14, 2021

Featuring process-based work by graduate and undergraduate students in the Art Therapy programs at Notre Dame of Maryland University. This exhibition was on view in the physical gallery space only -- no virtual exhibition.

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32ND NATIONAL DRAWING & PRINT COMPETITIVE EXHIBITION

March 22-April 23, 2021

Juried by Alex Ebstein and featuring work by 21 artists from across the country

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LOOKING AT LEADERSHIP

January 25-March 5, 2021

Curated by Sarah B. McCann, this exhibition celebrates leaders and examines the values needed to lead.

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STUDENT EXHIBIT

December 7-18, 2020

Annual salon-style exhibition of artwork made by students enrolled in fall courses in the Art and Art Therapy departments at Notre Dame of Maryland University.

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RECORDING HISTORY

October 26 - November 27, 2020

Examining art’s role in recording history and documenting our lived experience of it.

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31ST NATIONAL DRAWING & PRINT COMPETITIVE EXHIBITION

September 9 - October 16, 2020

Juried by Doreen Bolger, Former Director of the Baltimore Museum of Art, and featuring 50 artists from across the United States.

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