[1.20.15] Join Archambault and the College of the Holy Cross Visual Arts Faculty for the opening reception of PULSE: New Works by Faculty Artists. The opening reception takes place on January 28, 2015 from 5:00 - 7:00 PM and will be held at the Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Gallery at the College of the Holy Cross. For more information, visit http://offices.holycross.edu/cantorartgallery. To view the event via social media (Facebook), visit https://www.facebook.com/events/875425202508570/.
[1.15.15] Amy Archambault has been nominated for the Boston Center for the Arts Summer 2015 Artist Residency / Public Project. She is thrilled about this potential opportunity and is working hard to put forth an exciting proposal. Fingers crossed!
[1.1.15] Archambault is thrilled to announce her participation in the Isles Arts Initiative coming to the Boston Harbor Islands summer of 2015. Archambault is currently working on an installation to be exhibited on Georges Island in the historic Fort Warren. Stay tuned for exhibition dates, events and more!
[12.16.14] Join Archambault and the Boston Sculptors for the opening reception of Sketchy Sculptors: Sculptor's Drawings in All Mediums. Sketchy Sculptors will feature the work of Boston Sculptors' 36 members as a holiday fundraising event. Find the perfect holiday gift for that special someone. View the event via social media at https://www.facebook.com/events/1529109780663181/?ref_dashboard_filter=upcoming
[11.28.14] Visit https://artsy.net/show/grin-teem-featuring-35-artists and / or http://grinprovidence.com/teem/ to view updates / images from the opening of TEEM: An Installation and Flatfile Exhibition. Special thanks to GRIN directors Lindsey Stapleton and Corey Oberlander for putting this amazing exhibition together.
[11.27.14] Happy Thanksgiving to all of my very supportive family, friends and colleagues. I appreciate you all!
[11.06.14] In just two weeks, Archambault will unveil her latest installation, "Futile ascent" (2014) at GRIN Providence in the exhibition TEEM. Visit http://grinprovidence.com/teem/ for more details.
[06.06.14] Archambault was recently named 2014 - 2016 member of Boston Sculptors Gallery, Boston, MA. She is thrilled about this opportunity to work amongst reputable artists and participate in exhibitions in the years ahead. Click here to learn more about Boston Sculptors Gallery.
[06.05.14] Click here to view a Q&A with Archambault regarding the implications of current technological trends in her discipline, published in the Massachusetts Cultural Council's ArtSake Blog.
[04.24.14] Click here to view the press feature by "Holy Cross Magazine" on Archambault and her exhibition, Live-work.
[03.06.14] Click here to view the latest press feature by "The Salem News" on Archambault's exhibition, Live-work, on view through April 3rd, 2014.
[02.27.14] Click here to view the latest announcement by "Wicked Local Beverly" for the Time Trials event hosted by 17 Cox and in coordination withLive-work.
[02.12.14] Click here to view the latest press feature by "Holy Cross News & Events" on Archambault's latest exhibition, Live-work, on view February 6th - April 3rd, 2014.
[02.05.14] Click here to view the latest press by "Wicked Local Beverly" on Archambault's latest exhibition, Live-work, opening on February 6th, 6:00 - 9:00 PM.
[02.05.14] Click here to view information via 17 Cox about Archambault's latest exhibition, Live-work, opening on February 6th, 6:00 - 9:00 PM.
[01.28.14] Click here to view a stop-motion video of the Live-work install created by 17 Cox.
[04.01.13] Click here to view the Holy Cross Magazine feature on Archambault and colleague Rachelle Beaudoin, "Faculty Artists Make Their Mark at Holy Cross".
[03.04.13] Click here to view the Spark press release, "Cantor Art Gallery to Present Spark: A Celebration of Alumnae Artists from Holy Cross".
[03.07.13] Click here to view the feature "Visual Arts Lecturer Earns Award from Mass. Cultural Council".
[01.30.13] Archambault has been awarded the Massachusetts Cultural Council Artist Fellowship Grant (Sculpture / Installation) 2013. Click here to learn more about the MCC.