January 16 - April 18, 2020
Opening reception: January 16, 5-7pm
This group exhibition celebrates the concept of love and relationships with artists working before and during the digital era. The work illustrates love as both memory, honor, hope, call to action, and a global changemaker.
Artists in this exhibition focus on love past, love lost, love hoped for, love lived in a way that both honors relationships and propels the power of love beyond two, beyond power structures, into a world where multiplicity and non hierarchical structure creates action and change on a larger scale. While love may start with individuals, these artists examine their love not subjugated nor confined by any preconceived ideals or prescribed structures, but love for itself as a verb, a noun, an emotion, and a driving force.
Panel Discussion of Artists and Scholars on Art and Technology
March 12, 2020
Sean Clute (artist, professor at Northern Vermont University-Johnson), Molly Davies (artist), Jeroen Nelemans (artist), and Brian Mernoff (MIT Museum Education Coordinator), share perspectives on art & technology during a discussion moderated by Rachel Moore.
John Killacky, Eiko Otake, and Brian Stevenson
"Moore reimagines the predictable romantic notion of love letters as something unconstrained by expectation...." Read more by Amy Lilly in SEVEN DAYS.
"Love Letters: Helen Day Art Center Explores the Many Ways to Say I Love You" by Mike Verillo at the Stowe Reporter and on StoweToday.com
Interview of John Killacky by VPR
"I believe my artistic practice parallels legislative action," by John Killacky in the Stowe Reporter and on StoweToday.com
Green Mountain Inn
John M. Bissell Foundation
National Endowment for the Arts
Town of Stowe
Vermont Arts Council
Xpress Print & Copy