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    • Cultural Affairs

    • Spring 2021

      As our state and community continue to reopen to the public, the Gallery may offer future in person viewing hours. For more information about future by appointment hours and procedures, email gallery@hccc.edu.

      Please follow us on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Flickr as we expand the Benjamin J. Dineen III and Dennis C. Hull Gallery online presence. For monthly updates, sign up for our MailChimp newsletter here.

      For general information, contact: Michelle Vitale at mvitale@hccc.edu.

    • Benjamin J. Dineen, III and Dennis C. Hull Gallery Spring 2021 Virtual Exhibitions

      Benjamin J. Dineen and Dennis C. Hull Gallery opens this semester with 2 exhibits and a plethora of educational workshops for all ages on Facebook Live, FLICKR and Zoom.


      Laurie Riccadonna: Eternal Bloom
      February 4 to April 2
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      HCCC celebrates Professor Laurie Riccadonna’s years of dedication to both her artistic practice and teaching career with a review of her paintings in the exhibition “Eternal Bloom”. Recipient of the 2020 Association of Community College Trustees Northeast Region Faculty Award, Riccadonna has overseen the Hudson County Community College Art Department as professor and department coordinator for the past 18 years. A graduate from Yale University School of Art, Riccadonna continues to amaze with her masterful work. Professor Riccadonna’s paintings will be on view on the Dineen Hull Gallery Flickr account, and presented virtually throughout the Spring 2021 semester. Additionally, this virtual exhibition will travel to the State University of New York, Old Westbury. For more information, visit: https://www.oldwestbury.edu/departments/arts/wallace-gallery.


      Azikiwe Mohammed: The Tales from Fold Out Chairs and Rashad Wright: in heaven’s wakanda
      Curated by Ysabel Pinyol Blasi
      Presented in partnership with Monira Foundation, https://monirafoundation.org/
      February 4 to April 2

      The Tales from Fold Out Chairs by Azikiwe Mohammed and in heaven’s wakanda by Rashad Wright are by two contemporary American artists.

      The place where we tell a tale from is as important as the words spoken in it -- as a tale told sitting sits differently in the mouth than one told otherwise. It has more space to rattle before sneaking out. It is rooted in the ground where all of the legs rest upon. Rested words carry more weight, rested words travel farther. And for tales told of unrest, the rested word is the strongest answer. -Ysabel Pinyol Blasi, Curator


      Student Art Exhibit
      HCCC Alumni Melaku Okoji, Ad Worthy, Digitial Photograph

      Curated by Laurie Riccadona & Jeremiah Teipen
      May 3 to May 14

      The HCCC Art Department offers a wide variety of classes in computer and fine arts taught by professional artists living in the New York metro area. HCCC celebrates the artistic talents of our community with a bi-annual student exhibition in the Dineen Hull Gallery. Celebrate the end of the season with us! On May 14 at 10 am, HCCC student presentations highlighting creative achievements will be hosted on Webex by Professors Laurie Riccadonna and Jeremiah Teipen.


      Community Artist Interviews
      Hudson Presents: Conversations with Contemporary Artists
      Friday evenings at 6:30 on ZOOM & Facebook Live
      For more information, email: gallery@hccc.edu.

      Hosted by HCCC adjunct professor Michael Lee, this four-part series explores the work of one contemporary New York/ New Jersey area artist in each episode. Guests not only discuss their studio practice but also talk "artist to artist" about the events and culture that have shaped them as people. Spirited and informal, you will enjoy these intimate conversations and share in looking at examples of these artists' works.

      February 19, Laurie Riccadonna, painter and HCCC Art Department Director, lauriericcadonna.com
      March 12, Donté K. Hayes, multi-media artist, dontekhayes.com
      April 16, Alyssa Fanning, maker of paintings and drawings, alyssaefanning.com
      May 7, Lucas Thorpe, photographer, www.lucasthorpe.com