Bunker Hill Community College Mobile and Tablet Version

Current Exhibit



Boston-area artists share work that reflects their personal experiences navigating crises, resilience and reconciliation.

With Sonia Andujar, Oldren Angel, Janet Cormier, Deta Galloway, David Goldman, Alberto Lozano,
Ed Pontes, Hakim Raquib and Roger Sheppard

Guest Curator Gloria Carrigg

March 5 – May 11, 2018


The Directional Light—An Evening of Poetry and Music from the Natural World
Join artist and performer Deta Galloway as she shares in spoken word and song the inspiration behind her art making and her deeply personal concept of ‘automatic spaces.’
April 12, 2018,6–8 p.m. | Mary L. Fifield Gallery and A300 Lounge

A Process in the Making—An Evening with Ed Pontes
Meet the artist in person and learn about his background and various methods used to examine and make art over time, including current works on display.
April 24, 2018, 6–8 p.m. | Mary L. Fifield Gallery and A300 Lounge

Community Reception disPLACED
Connect with the artists as they share their works and the stories behind their making. With remarks by guest curator Gloria Carrigg and featuring music by members of the BHCC Popular Music Ensemble.
Thursday, May 3, 2018, 6–8 p.m. | Mary L. Fifield Gallery and A300 Lounge

National Poetry Month

On Grief and Inheritance—An Evening with Poet Brionne Janae
Engage with the fierce and hypnotic poems by writer and former BHCC professor Brionne Janae. Her art thrusts listeners and readers through time and history, and offers insight into the complex, intergenerational trauma that continue to shape black families, communities and individual lives.
Tuesday, April 10, 2018, 5 p.m.  | Mary L. Fifield Art Gallery

Destination/Transformation—Voices of the disPLACED
Hear the voices of women artists featured in the disPLACED Gallery Exhibit as they share their original poetry and discuss issues facing women today—advocating for social justice, immigration reform and equal pay. And see the connection current BHCC students make with art through their original prose inspired by many of the pieces included in the exhibit. With remarks by Associate Professor Emmanuela Maurice.
Wednesday, April 25, 2018, 6 p.m.  | Mary L. Fifield Art Gallery