Artist-in-Residence: Leighton Pierce
Leighton Pierce is an innovative experimental filmmaker as well as photographer, who uses projections and sound composition to create dynamic ethereal space. The observer interacts and comes away with impressions not literal nor linear.
Pierce began as a music major who switched to film, when back in 1979 he took two classes with Professor of Art Linda Bourassa at the University of Iowa. Coming full circle, he uses his unique music compositions with moving photographic images. It is the connection between student and teacher that has brought him to visit and create work while at Hiram. He has an impressive exhibition history with a retrospective at the Museum of Modern Art and showings at the Louvre and Modern Tate.
Pierce will speak Tuesday, Oct. 23 at a convocation in the Kennedy Center Ballroom from noon to 1 p.m. and meet the community Thursday, Oct. 25 from 5:30-8 p.m. in the Gelbke Fine Art gallery. Refreshments will be served.
This residency is partially funded through the Hiram Community Trust and College Special Events.
Explore Past Exhibits
- Annual Juried Art Show (2013)
- Monumental Ideas in Miniature Books II
- Before Digital: The Era of Silver Photography
- Artist-in-Residence: Leighton Pierce
- Robert Buganski: Composing in Space
- Linda Bourassa: Wandering
- Jack Carlton: Youngstown Murals Project
- Dave Thomas: Then And Now
- Clayton Pond 50 Years Later: A Retrospective of Paintings & Print
- New Views in Fiber: 8 Voices
- Point of Departure: Five Contemporary Realists
- Senior Art Show
- Annual Juried Student Art Show
- Artist in Residence - Cynthia Penter
- Studio Art Faculty Show
- Sarah Schuster & Nanette Yannuzzi-Macias: Arousing the Ordinary
- George Schroeder: Paintings & Collages
- Artist in Residence: Lorenzo Pezzatini
- Hiram College Field Studies Program Presents: The Shore
- Charles Kanwischer & Elaine S. Wilson Unfolding Landscape: The Pastoral Reformed Exhibition Reception
- Margaret Neill Stream Exhibition Reception
- 2008 Senior Art Exhibition
- Hui-Chu Ying: Prayers
- Lynn Saville: Night/Shift
- Fall '07 Creative Space Exhibition: Works from Italy