The Christopher Brodigan Gallery Archive

By design, the exhibits at the Christopher Carey Brodigan Gallery complement those at The de Menil Gallery by bringing the work of contemporary artists to campus. Located on the first floor of the Dining Hall, the Brodigan Gallery features a more rapidly changing exhibit schedule, and the exhibiting artists often conduct workshops for Groton art classes.

Invitation; Sixth Form Exhibition

By Mirland Terlonge
April 12–May 26, 2019
ReceptionApril 12, 5:00–6:00 p.m.
Performance: April 13, 5:00–6:00 p.m., in St. John's Chapel
 
Visual and performance artist Mirland Terlonge, the child of first-generation immigrants from Haiti and Jamaica, investigates social politics and its consequences through her art.
Much of her work is influenced by her childhood experiences working alongside her mother, an event florist. Terlonge exposes harsh realities hidden within props from weddings, parties, and funerals and relates the residue of elaborate social events to distorted public perceptions, recontextualizing everyday items into a critique of her social experience.


Sixth Form Exhibition

May 27–June 3, 2019
ReceptionMay 29, 7:00 p.m.

View a variety of art work by our Sixth Formers, on display through Prize Day (graduation).