BabsonARTS Visual Arts

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, Olin, and Wellesley 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.​​​​​

 

The general public is welcome to attend BabsonARTS events in person as long as they review and follow all visitor protocols and are either fully vaccinated or provide a negative COVID test result within 72 hours of the event.  Proof of vaccination or a negative test result must be provided ahead of attendance using CrowdPass.  (This does not apply to current students, staff, and faculty of Babson College, Olin College of Engineering, or Wellesley College.)  Registration is required and a unique link to upload documentation will be provided with your confirmation email for each event. If you have questions please email babsonarts@babson.edu.  Click here to review Babson College’s visitor protocols.

 

Shot in the Dark

A Shot in the Dark
EXHIBIT ON VIEW March 31 – May 20, M-F 9:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M. (EST)
Hollister Gallery

A Shot in the Dark is a series of mixed media photographs that enlists objects and images from worlds both physical and digital. The work derives from observations of the precarious nature of materiality and grappling with matters of temporality and perception, combining analog processes of silver gelatin printing and multiple exposures with digital processes of printing and editing to derive abstract forms of nature and light. Douglas Breault works as an interdisciplinary artist, frequently overlapping elements from photography, painting, sculpture, and video. His work has been included in exhibitions and screenings at several institutions including the Museum of Fine Arts Boston, the Bristol Art Museum, and the Rochester Museum of Fine Arts.

“A Shot in the Dark” will be installed in the fall of 2022 as a solo exhibition at Nearby Gallery in Newton, MA.