Current Exhibits

Making Work: Plymouth’s Creative Economy
September 14 – October 11, 2018
On View at Silver Center for the Arts Lobby

Opening Reception: September 14, 5-6:30pm

Who are the creative workers who enrich our community? How do the arts and creative workers impact local businesses and the region’s economy? How could a collaboration between the arts and businesses help the future of the Plymouth region? This participatory exhibition invites input and ideas that can be woven into a larger plan for the region.

Co-curated by Maundy Mitchell, Marcia Santore, Marylena Sevigney, Amanda Whitworth

E1 II 00, 2000, oil on canvas, 12x12

E1 II 00, 2000, oil on canvas, 12×12

Chris Kressy, Life as Art – OPENING SEPT. 26
September 26 – October 23, 2018
On View at the Museum of the White Mountains

Opening Reception: September 25, from 5-7pm

Celebrating the local artist’s life with a selection of the meditative, and vibrant paintings by Christopher Kressy (1936-2016). A color-filled feast that will enrich and inspire. An active faculty member at PSC/PSU from 1968 to his retirement in 1998, Kressy coordinated the painting program, served as department chair and was instrumental in the creation of the BFA studio degree. He was admired and respected by his students for his quiet demeanor and thoughtful guidance. He viewed his studio work, teaching, spiritual practice and life in general as opportunities for creative expression and did not draw distinctions between them as separate components of his being.

Co-curated by Thomas Driscoll