The Davis Museum and Cultural Center at Wellesley College has released plans for new exhibits beginning this March and for a couple more in the fall.
Beginning March 11, the Museum will showcase “Prints in an Age of Artistry,” which features 16th and 17th century Italian prints, like this one, dubbed Sleeping Cupid.
Also on tap is Michal Rovner’s “fictional documentary” called Borders shot along the border of Israel and Lebanon.
An opening reception for the public will be held March 11 at the museum from 6-8pm. (Also on view will be art from the permanent collection.)
Looking further out, the museum next fall is scheduled to have exhibits called “21 Etchings and Poems” and George Legrady, Cell Tango. This work by this new media artist is an evolving exhibit fueled by contributions from cell phone users.