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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.​​​​​

Visual Arts

Thursday, March 9, 2017

  • Wire Sculpture
    Wire Sculpture Full Details [X]
    5:00 PM - 6:30 PM
    Babson Campus - Sorenson Family Visual Arts Center - Trim 215
    <a href="https://web.ovationtix.com/trs/pr/967397"><span style="font-size: 20px;"><strong>Click here to RSVP</strong></span></a><br /> <br /> Learn how to &ldquo;draw&rdquo; in three dimensions by using wire, and explore this everyday material for art-making. This workshop is open to Babson, Olin, and Wellesley students, staff and faculty; no prior drawing experience is required. All materials will be provided.<br /> <div>&nbsp;</div>
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  • 5:00 PM - 6:30 PM
  • | Babson Campus - Sorenson Family Visual Arts Center - Trim 215
  • Tags: Arts & Culture:Visual Arts & Design Workshops

Wednesday, April 5, 2017

  • From Root to Sky: Sachiko Akiyama
    From Root to Sky: Sachiko Akiyama Full Details [X]
    04/05/2017 - 05/19/2017 All Day Event
    Babson Campus - Hollister Hall - Lobby
    <strong><span style="font-size: 20px;"><a href="https://web.ovationtix.com/trs/pr/967288">Click here to RSVP</a></span></strong><br /> <br /> Artist Talk and Reception: Wednesday, April 5, 5:00 P.M.<br /> Exhibit on View: April 5&ndash;May 19<br /> &nbsp;<br /> Sachiko Akiyama&rsquo;s work brings together artistic influences of Brancusi, Egyptian funerary sculptures, medieval Christian woodcarvings, and contemporary sculptors with the artist&rsquo;s personal experiences and Japanese heritage, notably Japanese fairy tales. &nbsp;Her carvings convey a sense of centeredness and direct connections to nature that opens up the door to creation mythologies and other mystical possibilities. The figures&rsquo; relationships to flora, fauna, and the elements speak metaphorically to the ways we find meaning in our lives and meet the challenges of our surroundings.
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  • 04/05/2017 - 05/19/2017 All Day Event
  • | Babson Campus - Hollister Hall - Lobby
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