Members Make the Difference
Announcing New Executive Director

Did you know almost 24% of GreenHill’s contributed income comes from the support of our members? Folks all around the state commit to $35, $65, $125, $250, $500, or $1,000 a year. Our members make it possible for GreenHill to offer a year-round schedule of acclaimed exhibitions that entertain, educate, and engage, as well as a broad scope of public outreach programs.Why become a member? We’ve found that our members join for a variety of reasons, but many families like having access to GreenHill’s studios, summer camps, and workshops—not to mention countless fun events. “Our members love that their family members of all ages can participate ...

Constant/Change Highlight: Michael Clapp
Announcing New Executive Director

"Michael Clapp’s research explores myriad modes of representation to speculate on ‘scales of consciousness.’ His work co-opts the idea of scale and translates it across a range of dynamics and across matters of degree. There is a keen interest in how a traditional literacy of design is affected by more technical modes of communication and production. Investigations span a range of two-dimensional imagery to time-based projective overlays in order to interrogate topics beyond dimension. Through the work of SCHEMATA|studio, he seeks to challenge the traditional relationship between metric analysis and ephemeral understanding. He contends that this ever fragile dichotomy has ...

Shop Pick - John D. Richards
Announcing New Executive Director

SHOP PICK | JOHN D. RICHARDSThis spring we are carrying John D. Richard's whimsical assemblage sculptures in our shop. John has a fantastic sense of humor, and you'll find jokes hidden in some of his artworks. Just a few of our favorites:Cesar said "vini, vidi, velcro" - I came, I saw, I stuck around.My father was a baker, so naturally I'm very well bred.Take the bull by the tail, not by the horns. Then you can let go when you want to. Read about John, in his own words: "I live in America where we throw out more stuff than many countries produce. I use trash because it's available, plentiful, inexpensive and symbolic of our rather wasteful society. I am easily inspired by spark plugs, ...

Constant/Change Artist Highlight: Megan Bostic
Announcing New Executive Director

“I put my work into the community with the intention of increasing the conversation that surrounds death, grief, and loss.”  Grief and loss are a central theme of the work of Megan Bostic. Her work serves as a visual representation of inner emotional turmoil stemming from feelings of loss. As these topics are often difficult for one to speak clearly about, the work becomes an articulation of these feelings. Through her sculptures and installation pieces, Bostic weaves together many different ideas of loss; loss of a loved one, loss of autonomy, memory, and identity. Experimentation and material exploration are as equally important and intertwined with concept as she is ...

Constant/Change Artist Highlight: Kenny Nguyen
Announcing New Executive Director

“I think (art) is such a beautiful way to communicate with people.”Kenny Nguyen creates striking mixed media works that explore ideas of cultural identity, immigration, and displacement. In his words, Nguyen's work is made to "not simply to celebrate my culture but to point out the experiences of being different, isolation and lost in an unfamiliar environment." Born and raised in South Vietnam, Nguyen and his family moved to the United States in 2010. Nguyen's work is influenced by both his Vietnamese culture and the experience of immigrating to America; this can be seen prominently in his work with silk. His silk piecesSilk painting is a common practice in Vietnamese culture; ...