Fenwick Gallery

 

George Mason University Libraries provides a hybrid, walk-through exhibition space in Fenwick Library to enhance and enrich teaching, learning and culture at the University. This space highlights Mason Libraries’ resources together with original visual and multi-media work.

Exhibit themes emphasize facets of the Libraries’ collections, research interests of Mason faculty, students and staff, Mason’s curriculum and local cultural initiatives. Fenwick Gallery is dedicated to exhibiting high quality works by students, faculty, staff and other emerging and experienced artists that highlight aspects of the Libraries’ collections.

Recent Submissions

  • Grimm, Stephanie; Kardambikis, Christopher; Moon, Becca (Fenwick Gallery, George Mason University Library, 2017-08)
    “Process Logs” highlights five Navigation Press artists and their completed prints, as well as the often-invisible practices behind the finished work. The exhibition also introduces the many behind-the-scenes printmaking ...
  • Navab, Nasrin; Navab, Nahid; Moon, Becca (Fenwick Gallery, George Mason University Libraries, 2017-02)
    Sisters Nahid and Nasrin Navab are two DC-based Iranian-American artists. They express their love for literature, art, freedom of expression and social justice through the creation of Flying Words, a collection of drawings, ...
  • Moon, Becca; Vay, Robert (Mason Publishing, George Mason University Libraries, 2017-05)
    British dramatist W. S. Gilbert and composer Arthur Sullivan were perhaps the most popular and influential collaboration in the history of musical theatre. Their famous comic operas — including H.M.S. Pinafore, The Pirates ...
  • Smith, Anne; Whipkey, Nikki Burgnoli; Mack, M; Martínez, Marcos; Moon, Becca (Fenwick Gallery, George Mason University Libraries, 2016-10)
    The theme for Call & Response 2016 is CURRENTS, in conversation with the College of Visual and Performing Art’s 100th Meridian Project, an interdisciplinary multimedia arts and science project investigating drought and the ...
  • Moon, Becca; Stevens, Jen; Coniglio, Jamie (Fenwick Gallery, George Mason University Libraries, 2016-09)
    A long standing mission of the library is to gather and preserve information, artifacts, and data in order to make them available for future use. The contemporary library, however, must be more than just a repository. Due ...
  • End Cycle 
    Kardambikis, Christopher; Moon, Becca (Fenwick Gallery, George Mason University Libraries, 2016-11)
    A collection of books as travelogue. Books as time capsules that reveal how images are built and rebuilt. Books that contain multiple spaces, all folded up and overlapping and spilling out. END CYCLE is a show of 23 books ...