City Hall Galleries
The Mayor's Gallery exhibits work by Boston artists who have received recognition for their artwork through grants, awards and other types of public display.
The Scollay Square Gallery showcases the many arts organizations and artists community groups that support Boston artists throughout the city.
Between the Ground & Sky/Johanna Warwick
Location: Mayors Gallery, 5th floor (Directions)
Dates: November 17 - December 31 2014
Johanna Warwick is a 2010 MFA Photography graduate from Massachusetts College Art and Design in Boston. She is from Toronto, Canada and now lives and works in Boston, MA. She completed her BFA in Photography at Ryerson University in Toronto. She has had both solo and group exhibitions in Toronto and group shows in New York. She has been published in Flash Forward, Carte Blanche and In Loupe magazine.
Her photographic work for the past 2 years has been centered on the changing landscape of the DanbyMarble Quarry in Dorset Mountain, Vermont. The Danby Quarry has been in use since the 18th century, it is over a mile long, has a footprint of twenty-five acres and is 11⁄2 mile deep. It is the largest underground marble quarry in the world.
Massachusetts College of Art & Design's Annual Exhibition
Location: Scollay Square Gallery, 3rd floor (Directions)
Dates: November 17, - December 31, 2014
“Born of a pioneering spirit, Massachusetts College of Art and Design is the nation’s first independent public college of art and design—and the first art school to grant a degree.”
Just in time for the holidays the exhibition will showcase the talent and creativity of the students that currently attend this world class art & design college. Curated by Elizabeth Di Cicco, who organizes the infamous Mass. Art Holiday sale every year, the exhibition will feature paintings, graphic design, sculpture and jewelry.
DIVERSITY an International Poster Exhibition
Location: Mayors Neighborhood Gallery, 2nd floor (Directions)
Dates: October 15 - November 28, 2014
"Immigration rights, racial tension, violence against women, religious strife – these are realities that face us daily. The ideas depicted in this exhibition encourage us to think about stereotypes and our perceptions of how we view others. Some posters go further by encouraging not only a change in thinking, but also suggest ways to make changes."
- Stephen Lewis
The posters in this exhibition are from a collection of more than 4500 of Stephen Lewis. He is a long-time activist in the labor movement, and the former Treasurer of his union. Stephen has exhibited at a number of public libraries in Massachusetts and two of the state Heritage parks. He has presented at the annual conference of the National Council on Public History and on local cable television programs.
This project is supported in part by a grant from the Lawrence Cultural Council, a local agency which is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.
Directions & Locations
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Mayor's Art Gallery:
Located on the 5th floor of City Hall. From City Hall Plaza or Congress St. entrances, take South Elevators to the 5th floor, follow signs to Mayor's Office: signage marks the gallery entrance. If you are planning to attend an opening you must enter from Congress Street.
Scollay Square Gallery:
Located on the 3rd floor/main lobby of City Hall. When entering from Congress St, take elevators to 3rd floor, proceed through lobby, passing the information desk on your right. The gallery is ahead of you. When entering from City Hall Plaza, proceed through lobby, passing the information desk on your right. The gallery is ahead of you. Signage marks the gallery entrance. If you are planning to attend an opening you must enter from Congress Street.
Mayor’s Neighborhood Gallery:
Located on the 2nd floor near the South Elevators. From City Hall Plaza or Congress St. entrances, take South Elevators to the 2nd floor.