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Neil Britton Gallery

Gallery

The 1,200 square-foot Neil Britton Gallery opened in 2009 and is committed to engaging both the Hampton Roads and College communities in the visual arts. Changing exhibitions and programs include the work of both professional artists and students.

Phone: 757.455.3257
Admission: Free and open to the public.
Operating hours:
Monday-Thursday: 9 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Friday: 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Saturday & Sunday: noon - 5 p.m.

For more information, contact Curator of Art Exhibitions John Rudel at 757.455.3257.

2014-2015 Neil Britton Gallery Exhibits

"Sum Accumulation: 15 Years of Painting" by John Rudel

Time by John RudelAugust 1–October 3, 2014

Opening Reception:
Thursday, September 4, 2014
7:30 p.m.

Rudel has created a dynamic personal language of image-making as a painter. This exhibition displays large scale multi-media paintings highlighting 15 years of award-winning work by the VWC Batten Associate Professor of Art.

Pictured: Time by John Rudel

"Dragging" by Tracy Spencer-Stonestreet

Dragging by Tracy Spencer-StonestreetOctober 16–December 11, 2014

Artist Lecture:
Thursday, October 16, 2014
6 p.m., Blocker Auditorium

Opening Reception:
Thursday, October 16, 2014
7 p.m., Neil Britton Gallery

Spencer-Stonestreet uses various materials to explore the layers of signals and desires extant in the American home, striving to expose the personal struggle to find an authentic and earnest self within the clutter of expectation.

Pictured: Dragging by Tracy Spencer-Stonestreet

"Musicians Create Images"

January–February 2015

Opening Reception:
TBA

A visual art exhibition accompanied by old time music, will be on display during the College's 2015 Winter Session (specific dates, artists and reception information TBA). Hosted by VWC Professor of History Dan Margolies.

"Super Bowls"

Triangulated by Ryan BillyFebruary 27–April 10, 2015

Opening Reception:
TBA

This juried exhibition invites entries from a nationwide pool of artists, challenging the aesthetic and conceptual possibilities of what a bowl might be. Accompanies fundraising efforts of the “Empty Bowls” charity dinner held on campus annually.

Pictured: Triangulated by Ryan Billy

Senior Art Exhibitions

VWC students display their senior thesis work. Dates and reception information TBA.

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