Archive 2014

2014 was an amazing year by any standards! In addition to our annual Statehouse, Ubuntu, Student Faculty and Museum of the NCAA exhibits, Cambridge College joined us for a third year, this time joining the Harriet Tubman House Gallery of the United South End Settlement in sponsoring a second, Cambridge-based “Artist’s Voice” exhibit. The Media Arts Center at RCC hosted three new Violence Transformed exhibits in June, July and August respectively and Lesley University hosted two distinct Violence Transformed exhibits: one by the artists of project eXodus entitled “”Can Crimes Against Humanity be Prevented” in conjuction with the first “Future of the Past” conference of the University’s Graduate School of Arts and Social Sciences, and the other “”Images of Memory, Images of Testimony”” co-curated by Violence Transformed and the African american Master Artists in Residency Program of Northeastern University”s African American Studies Department. In addition, Copley Place hosted both an exhibit of Violence Transformed at Center Court and a fundraising event in the Sky Lobby overlooking Center Court. HIGHLIGHTS: No doubt the big highlight of our 2014-year was our first exhibit and performing arts fundraising event at Copley Place where violist Drew Ricciardi and the the young, award winning classical musicians of Project Step joined with jazz and hip hop performers as donors and art lovers surveyed the works of art on sale, met the artists of Violence Transformed and Copley Place provided a spectacular buffet in the Sky Lobby. Equally important were the “crossing the river” collaborations, the international contributions to our “What About War?” exhibit at RCC and a number of works that truly raised the bar.

2014

Can Crimes Against Humanity be Prevented?

February 15 – 22, 2014

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The Future of the Past: Meditations on the Role of Memory in the Aftermath of Atrocity

Month 2 – Month 15

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Violence Transformed 2014: The Artist’s Voice

March 11 – April 30, 2014

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Violence Transformed 2014: The Artist’s Voice

March 23 – April 12, 2014

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Images of Memory, Images of Testimony

April 3-28, 2014

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Growing Ubuntu: The Youth Speak

April 14-22, 2014

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The Annual Victim Rights Conference

April 25, 2014

Violence Transformed: Celebrating the Transformative Power of Art

April 28 – May 9, 2014

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Violence Transformed 2014: The Student and Faculty Show

May 4-31, 2014

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The Power of Place: Public Places, Shared Spaces

June 1-30, 2014

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Post Slavery Trauma: Violence Transformed

June 8, 2014 – April 30, 2015

Tributes and Tribulations: Selected Works

July 1-31, 2014

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What About War?

August 1 – September 12, 2014

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Celebrating the Transformative Power of Art at Copley Place: (Un)Covering Violence Transformed” Exhibit and Fundraising Celebration

August 15- September 24, 2014

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