The Amy H. Carberry Fine Arts Gallery

Gallery Information

The Amy H. Carberry Fine Arts Gallery presents approximately six exhibits each academic year, featuring works by artists of local and national repute, as well as STCC student work. The gallery is located in building 28, first floor, on the Pearl Street side of the STCC campus.

All exhibits are supported in part by funding from STCC Student Activities and the School of Continuing Education.

The gallery is free, open to the public, and handicapped accessible.

Gallery Hours:

  • Tuesday thru Friday 12:30 - 4:30 pm
  • Saturday 10:00- 2:00 pm
  • Or by appointment

Gallery phone: 413-755-5258
Gallery email: gallery@stcc.edu

Contact Information:

Sondra Peron
Gallery Coordinator, Amy H. Carberry Fine Arts Gallery
Adjunct/Photography, Fine Arts Department
Darkroom/Office: Building 17, Room 508

http://www.sondraperon.com
speron@stcc.edu 

Mailing Address:

Amy H. Carberry Fine Arts Gallery
Springfield Technical Community College,
One Armory Square Suite 1
P.O.Box 9000, Springfield, MA 01102-9000


Spring 2015 Arts Events Schedule

Emefre, You Have Forgotten, Works by Imo Nse Imeh

Tuesday, February 3 through Friday, February 27, 2015

On Tuesday, Feb 3 at 12:15pm, there will be a flag raising ceremony just outside B16, immediately followed by a reception at the gallery with light refreshments. This will be your first opportunity to view the exhibition.

Then, on Thursday, Feb 12, from 4 to 7pm, ART & SOUL! This event will include live music, a poetry performance, and a BIG reception. Imo will be present for both receptions, so please take this opportunity to meet this special artist.

In celebration of Black History Month, and in collaboration with the Black Profession Group of S.T.C.C., the Carberry Gallery presents artist-in-residence, Imo Nse Imeh. Large paintings and drawings will be on view from Feb 3 through Feb 27. (Special thanks to Vonetta Lightfoot, Admissions Operations Manager, for helping make this exhibition possible!)

Imo Nse Imeh Artist


Photography Exhibition featuring work by Ellen Augarten, Jim Bremer, Paul Hetzel, Brian Nolte, and Bill Rowley

Tuesday, March 10 through Friday, April 10, 2015
Reception: TBA

Photo 1
Photo 2

STCC Student Artwork Showcase

Tuesday, April 28, 2015 through Saturday, May 9, 2015
Reception: Wednesday, April 29, 12-1:30pm

Each year, the Annual Student Art Work exhibition invites the Fine Arts faculty to select work to showcase their students’ finest portfolios. From colorful paintings to intricate prints, charcoal drawings to traditional gelatin silver photographs, and many other outstanding design projects, all artwork represents the culmination of a semester’s work in the Fine Arts Department at STCC.


Directions to the Gallery

From 91 North:

  • Take exit #6/SPRINGFIELD CENTER onto E Columbus Ave.
  • Turn Right on Union St.
  • Turn Left on School St.
  • Turn Right on State St.
  • Turn Left on Federal St.
  • Turn Left through STCC's Main Gate.
  • Turn Left, and drive along the entire periphery of the campus.
  • At the stop sign after the museum, go straight.
  • After Building 2, Turn Right into the parking lot.
  • Turn Left at the Stop Sign and Drive THROUGH Building 19.
  • Park and enter Building 28 through the door on the Right.
  • Take elevator to the 1st Floor.

From 91 South:

  • Take exit #7/COLUMBUS AVE/DOWNTOWN SPRINGFIELD.
  • Continue on W Columbus Ave.
  • Turn Left on State St.
  • Turn Left on Federal St.
  • Turn Left through STCC's Main Gate.
  • Turn Left, and drive along the entire periphery of the campus.
  • At the stop sign after the museum, go straight.
  • After Building 2, Turn Right into the parking lot.
  • Turn Left at the Stop Sign and Drive THROUGH Building 19.
  • Park and enter Building 28 through the door on the Right.
  • Take elevator to the 1st Floor.

From the Campus Green:

  • Walk THROUGH Building 17 to exit at the parking lot .
  • Walk across the parking lot, by the green house, and THROUGH Building 19.
  • Enter Building 28 through the door on the Right.
  • Take the elevator to the first floor.
  • Enter gallery through the glass doors.