Margie Rothermich Hampden Gallery
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Margie Rothermich
Sweet Veil of the Night

April 2 – 27
Opening Reception: April 2, 2–4 p.m.

Artist’s Statement Margie Rothermich
My work speaks to questions about the corporeal nature of humans and animals and looks to examine my deep frustration with the limitations of our lives apart from the flow of the natural world.
I work to examine the boundaries between entities in nature, to express a sense of spiritual searching for connectedness between human life and the rest of the natural world.
Margie Rothermich Biography 
Margie Rothermich was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota in 1975. She grew up in New England. Margie lives and works in Florence, Massachusetts. She received an MFA from the University of Cincinnati DAAO in Ohio and a BFA from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. She currently teaches at Holyoke Community College.
Margie works primarily with two-dimensional media but she also works with three-dimensional materials, including ceramics and fiber. In addition to exhibiting recently at the Paper City Gallery in Holyoke and the Taber Gallery at Holyoke Community College Margie has worked extensively in fields of trade including textile and costume restoration and historical building restoration.


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Hampden Gallery Hours:

Based on current state and University Covid-19 restrictions, Fine Arts Center venues including Bowker Auditorium, the Concert Hall, Augusta Savage Gallery, Hampden Gallery, and the University Museum of Contemporary Art, remain closed this fall. For more complete information about our virtual events, please visit our Fall 2020 FAQ page


Contact Information:

Main Number: (413) 545-0680

Gallery Director, Anne LaPrade Seuthe

Gallery Manager, Sally Curcio