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Jan
04
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Jan
03

European Masterworks From The Permanent Collection

Location: Museum of Art

In the early 1950s Harris K. Prior, the Museum of Art Director, and Edward Root, Consultant in Art, developed for the Munson-Williams-Proctor Institute Museum of Art a small, distinguished collection of paintings and sculptures that were created by pioneers of major 20th-century artistic movements, such as Cubism, Futurism, and Surrealism.

European Masterworks on View link

MA 56.42 72 dpi

Wassily Kandinsky, Russian (1866-1944) 
Improvisation No. 23, 1911 
Oil on canvas 43 ¼ x 43 3/16 in.
Museum Purchase, 56.42

Sep
08
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Jan
06

Rose Marasco: index

Location: Musuem of Art

Rose Marasco: index is a retrospective of a photographer’s inventive reflections on her world. Marasco’s provocative images mine concepts of framing, point of view, and orientation to create photographs with a complex relationship to the everyday. Curiosity informs her exciting, sometimes unconventional, approaches to the medium—processes include film, pinhole photography, montage, and artist’s books, in both black and white and color.

BaileyIsland Women

Rose Marasco (United States, born 1948)
Bailey Island - Women, 1996
(printed 2014), inkjet print, 10 x 8 inches.
Courtesy of the artist. © Rose Marasco

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Oct
12
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Nov
08

Hanna Washburn and Pierre Chaumont Exhibition

Location: PrattMWP Gallery, in the Museum of Art

The PrattMWP Gallery is pleased to host Brooklyn-based sculptor and textile artist Hanna Washburn and Canadian conceptual artist Pierre Chaumont.

 

Ave Caligula Madness Is Always Rewarded

Pierre Chaumont
Ave Caligula (Madness Is Always Rewarded)
Digital Print, 2016

http://www.pierrechaumont.com/

 

Hanna Washburn Installation shot

Hanna Washburn
Installation View of Bodies Forth, 2018

https://www.hannawashburn.com/

PrattMWP Gallery is located in Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute, Museum of Art at 310 Genesee Street, Utica, New York.

Gallery Hours:
Tuesday. – Saturday 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Sunday – 1 - 5 p.m

Oct
13
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Dec
30

American Indian Art from the Fenimore Museum: The Thaw Collection

Location: Museum of Art

The Eugene and Clare Thaw Collection of American Indian Art at the Fenimore Art Museum in Cooperstown, NY, is a showcase of landmark creations by gifted North American artists, working across millennia and across the continent, from the Arctic to the Southwest and the Eastern Woodlands to the Pacific Northwest. The Museum of Art is honored to host the exhibition, American Indian Art from the Fenimore Museum: The Thaw Collection, which features more than 35 exceptional objects that include a rare war record in pigment on cowhide and a feather headdress from the Lakota; a ca. 1925 jar by Maria and Julian Martinez, from San Ildefonso, New Mexico; an early-19th-century Haida Raven mask, from British Columbia or southern Alaska; and a Beacon Lights basket, 1904-05, by Louisa Keyser (Dat So La Lee, ca. 1850-December 6, 1925), from Washoe, Carson City, Nevada.

The exhibition is supported by a generous grant from the Eugene V. & Clare E. Thaw Charitable Trust.

T765 copy prattmwp web 700 pix

War Helmet, ca. 1780-1840, Tlingit, Southeastern Alaska
wood (possibly spruce), human hair, pigment, H: 9 ¾ x W: 8 7/8 x W: 8 7/8 in.
Fenimore Art Museum, Cooperstown, New York Loan from
Eugene V. and Clare E. Thaw, Thaw Collection, T0765
Photograph by Richard Walker

Oct
19

MWPAI Film Series: The Wife

Location: Sinnott Family - Bank of Utica Auditorium

2 and 7:30 pm

Directed by Björn Runge, 2018, United States, Rated R, 100 min.

After nearly forty years of marriage, Joan and Joe Castleman (Glenn Close and Jonathan Pryce) are complements. Where Joe is casual, Joan is elegant. Where Joe is vain, Joan is self-effacing. And where Joe enjoys his very public role as Great American Novelist, Joan pours her considerable intellect, grace, charm and diplomacy into the private role of Great Man's Wife. Joe is about to be awarded the Nobel Prize for his acclaimed and prolific body of work. Joe's literary star has blazed since he and Joan first met in the late 1950s. The Wife interweaves the story of the couple's youthful passion and ambition with a portrait of a marriage, thirty-plus years later—a lifetime's shared compromises, secrets, betrayals and mutual love.

Open Caption Wednesdays
Both Wednesday screenings will feature Open Captions (subtitles) for the benefit of our deaf or hearing-impaired guests. Please be aware that this service is not always available from the film distributor, but will be provided whenever possible.

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MWPAI Film Series Link

Sponsored by M&T Bank

Tickets are on sale 30 minutes prior to each screening.

  • Admission:
    $6 MWPAI Members
    $8 General Admission
    $4 Students
    Free for PrattMWP Students
  • Film Passbooks that don't expire:
    10 discounted admissions are available
    at the Performing Arts Ticket Office:
    $55 for MWPAI Members
    $75 for General Admission
Oct
19

Campus Tour

Location: PrattMWP Campus Tour
RSVP Required - to register, click the "More Info" link below

Oct
19

Campus Tour

Location: PrattMWP Campus Tour
RSVP Required - to register, click the "More Info" link below

Oct
21

National Portfolio Day

Location: Hynes Convention Center, 900 Boylston Street, Boston, MA 02115

National Portfolio Day is an event specifically for visual artists and designers. It is an opportunity for those who wish to pursue an education in the visual and related arts to meet with representatives from colleges accredited by the National Association of Schools of Art and Design.  Representatives will be available to review your artwork, discuss their programs and answer questions about professional careers in art. High school students, parents, teachers, guidance counselors and college transfer students are encouraged to attend. 

Oct
24

MWPAI Film Series: Fahrenheit 11/9

Location: Sinnott Family - Bank of Utica Auditorium

2 and 7:30 pm

Directed by Michael Moore, 2018, United States, Rated R, 128 min.

Michael Moore's Fahrenheit 11/9 is a provocative and comedic look at the times in which we live. Moore is angry again. In fact, he may be angrier than he’s ever been. Moore’s outrage is not aimed directly at the 45th President of the United States, but at everyone. In asking how we got to this point in American history, a point in which some people are questioning how much longer we will have a democracy (or if we even still do), Moore points the finger everywhere, castigating a system that disenfranchises voters, mistreats its poor, and allows corruption to flourish. He paints a portrait of a society that laid out the red carpet for Trump, and doesn’t even blame him for choosing to walk it.

Open Caption Wednesdays
Both Wednesday screenings will feature Open Captions (subtitles) for the benefit of our deaf or hearing-impaired guests. Please be aware that this service is not always available from the film distributor, but will be provided whenever possible.

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MWPAI Film Series Link

Sponsored by M&T Bank

Tickets are on sale 30 minutes prior to each screening.

  • Admission:
    $6 MWPAI Members
    $8 General Admission
    $4 Students
    Free for PrattMWP Students
  • Film Passbooks that don't expire:
    10 discounted admissions are available
    at the Performing Arts Ticket Office:
    $55 for MWPAI Members
    $75 for General Admission
Oct
26

MWPAI Film Series: Fahrenheit 11/9

Location: Sinnott Family - Bank of Utica Auditorium

2 and 7:30 pm

Directed by Michael Moore, 2018, United States, Rated R, 128 min.

Michael Moore's Fahrenheit 11/9 is a provocative and comedic look at the times in which we live. Moore is angry again. In fact, he may be angrier than he’s ever been. Moore’s outrage is not aimed directly at the 45th President of the United States, but at everyone. In asking how we got to this point in American history, a point in which some people are questioning how much longer we will have a democracy (or if we even still do), Moore points the finger everywhere, castigating a system that disenfranchises voters, mistreats its poor, and allows corruption to flourish. He paints a portrait of a society that laid out the red carpet for Trump, and doesn’t even blame him for choosing to walk it.

Open Caption Wednesdays
Both Wednesday screenings will feature Open Captions (subtitles) for the benefit of our deaf or hearing-impaired guests. Please be aware that this service is not always available from the film distributor, but will be provided whenever possible.

fahrenheit 1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MWPAI Film Series Link

Sponsored by M&T Bank

Tickets are on sale 30 minutes prior to each screening.

  • Admission:
    $6 MWPAI Members
    $8 General Admission
    $4 Students
    Free for PrattMWP Students
  • Film Passbooks that don't expire:
    10 discounted admissions are available
    at the Performing Arts Ticket Office:
    $55 for MWPAI Members
    $75 for General Admission