ROCHESTER, NY – The Nazareth College Art Department will present Circuition: recent works by Jessica Joyce, an exhibition of work by jeweler, metalworker, and photographer Jessica Joyce of Oswego, through March 22, with an opening reception March 20, from 5-7 p.m.
Of her work, Joyce said she “takes interest in trying to understand things that seem to elude us such as time, memory, birth, and death experiences. While influenced by science, mathematical principles such as the Fibonacci sequence, and philosophies such as that of metaphysics, both my jewelry and photographic works speak a language of energy, growth, and movement.”
ABOUT COLACINO GALLERY
Established through the generous support of Margaret Colacino, artist and art educator, the Colacino Gallery serves as a cultural and educational resource for Nazareth students as well as the greater Rochester community. Its goal is to complement the liberal arts by fostering critical thinking, intellectual diversity, visual literacy, and aesthetic values. In addition to exhibitions generated in-house, artists are invited to submit proposals for solo or small group shows. The Colacino Gallery is located in the Art Department wing of the Arts Center complex on the second floor, and is open Wednesday-Sunday, noon – 5 p.m.
For additional information, visit naz.edu/art/colacino-art-gallery or call the automated information line: 585-389-5073.
ABOUT THE NAZARETH COLLEGE ART DEPARTMENT
The Nazareth College Art Department offers undergraduate programs in studio art, art education, visual communication design, and art history. The College offers graduate programs in art education and art therapy. The department mounts exhibitions in the Arts Center and Colacino Galleries, showcasing work by students, faculty, and a wide range of contemporary artists. The department also runs the popular Saturday Art Program for children and teens.
To learn more, visit naz.edu/art