BabsonARTS

Creativity and innovation have long been hallmarks of Babson College’s focus on entrepreneurship, and the arts provide a space to explore the in​tersection of creative vision and entrepreneurial thought. Here at BabsonARTS, we always have a full sl​ate of engaging performances, exh​ibitions, films, and conversations. 

Contact BabsonARTS at 781-239-5880 or at babsonarts@babson.edu.

 

Fall 2021 Art Exhibit

Three Lenses: Taline Karozichian ‘20, Chao Zheng Li ‘20, and Joseph Nash ‘20
ARTIST TALK AND RECEPTION: Friday, October 1, 5:00 P.M.
EXHIBIT ON VIEW September 9 – October 22, M-F 9:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M. (EST)

Hollister Gallery

Registration for Artist Talk and Reception is required HERE
FREE and open to the public.  

Babson is limiting event attendance to current Babson, Olin, and Wellesley students/faculty/staff approved to be on campus through 9/17. Masks are required indoors, regardless of vaccination status.

While using the same medium, each of these three artists share a distinct view of the world around them and the stories they choose to tell.  All alums from the class of 2020, we celebrate the unique eye each has developed from a young age, through their time at Babson College, and beyond.  Through vivid images, Karozichian shares an intimate moment of connection to the natural world that most of us missed, while Nash reaches deeply into the beautiful vistas encountered on his travels to uncover the humanity and individuality of the locales he has visited.  The striking but natural detail of Li’s work allows the viewer to sit in a suspended instant but also conceive of the environment as if being there.

 Woke

Woke Screening and Director's Talk
Directed by Raeshelle Cooke
Wednesday, September 15, 7:00 P.M. (EST)
Carling-Sorenson Theater

FREE with registration
Babson is limiting event attendance to current Babson, Olin, and Wellesley students/faculty/staff approved to be on campus through 9/17. Masks are required indoors, regardless of vaccination status. 

 It’s the year 3000.  A “woke” African-American woman wakes up in a post-apocalyptic ghost town after a “race war” has claimed the lives of all black women on earth.  When she stumbles upon a pair of futuristic news goggles that shows her what this race war actually was, she becomes truly woke for the first time in her life.  Come join independent filmmaker Raeshelle Cooke for a screening and robust discussion of her film WOKE, a science-fiction short that makes social commentary on interracial relationships in the United States, and the black woman’s complex role within it.