Current Exhibits and Events
Student Travel Poster Design Exhibit
Bradford Washburn & George Daniell Photography
through February 28, 2015
The Gallery is pleased to exhibit the submissions to its 4th Annual Student Travel Poster Design Competition for New England graphic design and photography undergraduates. Entrants chose from the top destinations for Grand Circle Travel, Grand Circle Cruise Line and Overseas Adventure Travel, highlighting a feature of the destination’s history, culture, landscapes or attractions. A panel of Grand Circle associates, including Vice Chairman Harriet Lewis, had the tough job of selecting three winners from 90 impressive entries. Visitors can enjoy taking in all of the students’ designs in the Gallery.
In keeping with our wintry weather, the Gallery is also exhibiting vintage posters promoting cold-weather escapes during the Golden Age of Travel. On view are posters from 1917 to the 1940’s, advertising snowy vacation destinations in the Swiss, Italian and French Alps. The collection includes the work of Swiss poster pioneer Emil Cardinaux, with scenes of St. Moritz and the Jungfrau Railway.
Complementing the posters of winter retreats is the black-and-white aerial photography of explorer Bradford Washburn. His panormas of glaciers, peaks and snowy terrains offer Gallery visitors a breathtaking, virtual adventure.
Selected photographs of Venice and Rome by the renowned George Daniell offer more black & white work to be enjoyed in the Gallery. Daniell’s fascination with capturing romantic Italian culture is evident in these iconic shots.
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