Situated in the Walter J. Manninen Center for the Arts, the Spencer Presentation Gallery serves as a teaching gallery and art history classroom, providing opportunities for the professors and students to discuss the works while in class.
Art by both high profile and emerging artists are presented in the Spencer Gallery; artists and themes directly relate to the curricula of the School of Visual and Performing Arts.
The mission of this gallery is to provide our students a unique experiential learning environment to stimulate critical thinking and creative inspiration. While studying art history, they are surrounded by works of contemporary art.
The gallery was donated by W. Thomas and Suzanne M. Spencer.
Women and Inequality: An Investigation Utilizing Information Design by Danielle Currier
Now–May 14, 2021
This body of work focuses on data and information design in communicating the inequality of women both on a global and national scale. Sources of data include institutions such as the United Nations, World Economic Forum, UNICEF, U.S. Labor Department, and Census Bureau amongst many others. Factors that determine the health, safety, political representation, and overall gender parity of women throughout the world are explored. Artworks designed and produced by Endicott College’s Interim Chair of Visual Communications, Professor Danielle Currier.