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Visual Arts

Get immersed in the visual arts and design made available through BabsonARTS. Engage with both the artists and the art on display with exhibits showcased throughout the year. Babson students, faculty, and staff are encouraged to take advantage of regularly offered workshops in ceramics, painting, and drawing; and members of the Babson community are able to enjoy free or discounted access to exhibits and museums in the Greater Boston area.​​​​​

Aram Han

Aram Han uses craft processes of sewing and embroidery to address the economics of compensation for immigrant and artist labor. She will exhibit 50 samplers from her U.S. Citizenship Test Sampler project and A Mend: A Collection of Scraps from Local Seamstresses and Tailors, a sculpture created by collecting and sewing together the denim remnants from immigrant Chicago workers. Learn more »​​​​​​​​

Upcoming Events

Wednesday, March 25, 2015

  • The El Paso Kid
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    5:00 PM - 6:30 PM
    Self-portraits by Raul Gonzalez
    EXHIBITION ON VIEW: MARCH 25–MAY 5
    ARTIST TALK AND RECEPTION:
    WEDNESDAY, MARCH 25, 5 P.M.
     Hollister Gallery

    Raul Gonzalez grew up going back and forth between El Paso, Texas—his birthplace—and Ciudad Juarez, across the border in Mexico. He reflects on his life in La Frontera (“The Border”), an environment that is most often unrepresented and unseen, through self -portraits that integrate imagery from the old-time West, cartoons, cultural stereotypes, and art history.

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The El Paso Kid

Raul Gonzalez grew up going back and forth between El Paso, Texas—his birthplace—and Ciudad Juarez, across the border in Mexico. He reflects on his life on La Frontera (“The Border”), an environment that is most often unrepresented and unseen, through self-portraits that integrate imagery from the old-time West, cartoons, cultural stereotypes, and art history. Learn more »​​​​​