Mallett Art Gallery

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Fall 2022

With and Against the Grain
Tom Crain and Ben Parker
Closing Reception: Sat. Dec. 3rd | 12 PM
On view: Jul. 21 – Sat. Dec. 3, 2022

Art of the Divergents
Artwork by Capital Students
Opening Reception: Wed. Dec. 7th | 12 PM
On view: Dec. 7 – Feb. 1, 2023

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Spring 2020

29th CRT Show: National Arts Program
in partnership with Community Renewal Team, Inc.
Awards Ceremony: Sat. Feb. 22nd | 11 AM
On view: Feb. 13 – March 4, 2020

CT Women’s Hall of Fame: Rise Up Sisters
Jeanne Ciravolo: The Body Politic
On view: Jan. 22 – Jan. 31, 2020

Fall 2019

Spotlight: Open Studio Hartford
Opening Reception: Wed., Nov. 20th | 1 – 2 PM
Open Studio Hartford Weekend Stop: Sat., Nov. 16th | 9 AM – 1 PM
On view: Nov. 13 – Dec. 9, 2019

Pedro Martin Declet & Pedro Valentin
Opening Reception: Wed., Oct. 9th | 1 – 3 PM
On view: Oct. 2 – Nov. 11, 2019

About

The Conrad L. Mallet Gallery is a ground-floor exhibition space inside Capital Community College in Hartford, founded in 1997 to support the arts at Capital and in the community.

Named in honor of the second President of the college, the gallery sits within the historic G. Fox & Co. Building, one of the first art deco style department stores in the state (est. 1847).

The gallery showcases artwork by local and regional artists, primarily those who share an interest in the initiatives of the Hartford Heritage Project and Capital’s neighboring museums, theaters, music, and historic places.

Hours & Location

Mon.-Thurs. 8am – 8pm
Fri. 8am-4:30pm
Sat. 8am-1:30pm
Sun. closed

The Mallett Art Gallery
950 Main Street
Hartford CT 06103

Contact

Valerie Garlick, Humanities Department
vgarlick@capitalcc.edu, (860) 906-520

Virtual Exhibits

 
Deep Dive: Students Picture the Coral Reef

40 new artworks created during Spring 2021 express the fragile, complex, and healing properties of underwater worlds.

Enter Gallery

 
Re-marks: Students Interpret James Baldwin

Drawing and Painting students connect Baldwin quotes to personal landscapes; Theater majors perform an original, virtual piece, setting Baldwin’s words in Hartford’s reality.

Enter Gallery

 
Cora Marshall: Toiling Upward

Stemming from Marshall’s intrigue with jobs held by kin in her family tree – such as tobacco stemmer, coal miner, fishmonger, and grocer – this series of portraits, referred to as her “post-runaway series”, explores how folks earned a living once they were emancipated.

Enter Gallery

Deep Dive: Students Picture the Coral Reef

40 new artworks created during Spring 2021 express the fragile, complex, and healing properties of underwater worlds.

Online Exhibit

Re-marks: Students Interpret James Baldwin

Drawing and Painting students connect Baldwin quotes to personal landscapes; Theater majors perform an original, virtual piece, setting Baldwin’s words in Hartford’s reality.

Online Exhibit

Cora Marshall: Toiling Upward

Stemming from Marshall’s intrigue with jobs held by kin in her family tree – such as tobacco stemmer, coal miner, fishmonger, and grocer – this series of portraits, referred to as her “post-runaway series”, explores how folks earned a living once they were emancipated.

Online Exhibit

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