University of New England - Innovation for a Healthier Planet

Upcoming Exhibits

The Numbers Game

June 7-October 13, 2024
Opening reception Friday, June 7, 5-8 p.m.

Mathematics is the foundational, abstract system we use to find order in the world and in theory, by examining the workings of numbers. For artists, processes such as measuring, counting, segmenting, and responding to symmetry are methods that grant numbers a primary place in the studio. In this exhibition, we explore the work of six women who are using mathematics as part of the creative process, creating works that range from spare and geometrical to radiantly crystalized to biomorphic.

Artists include: Grace DeGennaro, Lynn Duryea, Emily Hass, Meg Hahn, Munira Naqui, and Alice Spencer.

Chamber Music: Visual Art and Scientific Images

October 2024-January 2025

The UNE Art Galleries and UNE’s Histology and Imaging Core present Chamber Music: Visual Art and Scientific Images.  The work on view centers around the photography of the University’s imaging lab, in conversation with contemporary artwork.  Like the various instruments that make up a chamber concert, the artwork in this exhibit works together to build a complex sense of harmony revolving around a small framework of formal strategies.  Each artist, and the scientists behind the imaging examples, are working with a unique voice to communicate a singular idea; each in turn offers us a look at dynamic growth that refers back to the physical world.