Our new Artist-in-Residence exhibit, “Science Illuminated: An Artistic Exploration” is on display in the Lamar Soutter Library now through April 2024.
Our new Artist-in-Residence Series exhibit, "The Invisible Wounds of War Made Visible," is on display now through August.
This exhibit is designed to bring community awareness to the experiences of Service Members from the Home Base Program. Home Base treats Veterans, Service Members and Family Members affected by invisible wounds, such as post-traumatic stress disorder, depression, mild cognitive impairment due to traumatic brain injury, substance abuse disorders and related conditions.
Service Members are asked to create masks based on these questions:
Our new Artist-in-Residence Series exhibit, "Community: Student Photographs," is on display now through April 21st.
The pieces in the exhibit were created by UMass Chan students and curated by members of the UMass Chan Gold Humanism Honor Society (GHHS). GHHS is a national organization dedicated to supporting humanism within the practice of medicine. The UMass Chan chapter of GHHS created a photography competition to collect art from UMass Chan community members as a way of exploring the various definitions of community.
Our new Artist-in-Residence Series exhibit, Art for the Physician OEE Student Artwork, is on display now through the end of November.
LSL Artist-in-Residence Series Presents -- This Body of Work: Portraits from the Inside Out by Brett S. Poza
The Lamar Soutter Library's new Artist-in-Residence Series exhibit, This Body of Work: Portraits from the Inside Out by Brett S. Poza, will be on display from May 3rd until the end of June. Of the collection, Brett says:
As part of the Class of 2024’s initiative to make the class show more inclusive and representative of more student talent, we welcome you all to the first annual Class Show 2022 Art Exhibit. SOM students of all years have submitted paintings, drawings, poems, and photos for presentation in our art show. These pieces – some simple doodles and others intricate designs – represent artistic endeavors undertaken by students at some point during their medical school career.
Fire and Wood, a pyrography collection by fourth year medical student Zach Michaels, will be on display in the library throughout the end of October. Zach is taking a research year studying suicidality before applying to a psychiatry residency. About his collection, he says:
On Exhibit January 2 – February 27, 2020
Exhibiting November 4 – December 31, 2019
For the last four years, Brett Poza has focused her art work on nature, from imperfect old trees to disasters, imagining the hardships that nature endures. Using large wood panels as a canvas, Brett uses pyrographic techniques, water-based inks and non-toxic chemicals to create this exhibit which is fittingly titled Burned Stories.
Exhibiting September 3 – October 30, 2019
“One day, long ago, RNA learned how to move, and so life began.” — Harry Noller