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A rendering of the Ruth and Elmer Wellin Museum of Art.
Proposed Arts Complex is a Gem

One of the priorities of the recently launched $117 million Bicentennial Initiatives campaign is construction of new art facilities that will include a studio arts building, a theatre complex, and a teaching museum on College Hill Road. Drawings and details of the complex can be viewed on the Arts Facilities website.  More ...

Katharine Kuharic
P.P.O.W. Exhibits Kuharic's New Work

P•P•O•W  will present new work by Katharine Kuharic, the Kevin W. Kennedy Associate Professor of Art, in an exhibition opening at its new space on West 22nd Street in New York City on Jan. 27. The following day, Jan. 28, the Philip Slein Gallery will show more of Kuharic’s work in its St. Louis, Mo., space.  More ...

Bruce Muirhead's "Songstress"
Hamilton Printmakers Exhibit at Hartwick College

An exhibit featuring 40 intaglio works by members of the Atelier Four is on display through Feb. 3, in the Foreman Gallery at Hartwick College’s Anderson Center for the Arts. The Atelier Four is William R. Keenan Professor of Art Bruce Muirhead, Professor of Art and Curator of the Hamilton Collects Program William Salzillo and artists Amy Georgia Buchholz ’80 and Jake Muirhead ’86.  More ...

<em>Francisco & Maynor</em> by John Sonsini
Art Department and Emerson Gallery Host Sonsini

Hamilton College’s Emerson Gallery will host an opening reception on Wednesday, Jan. 26, at 4:15 pm for three new exhibits featuring eccentric views of men and women in photography, drawing, and painting. Rome native John Sonsini will present a gallery conversation sponsored by the art department. The reception and program are free and open to the public.  More ...

Francisco & Maynor by John Sonsini courtesy of ACME
Emerson Gallery Presents Three Exhibitions

A trio of exhibitions that feature eccentric views of men and women opens on Monday, Jan.17, in the Emerson Gallery. On view through April 3, they include paintings, drawings and photography. The exhibitions and associated events are free and open to the public.  More ...

Andrea Wrobel '13  and Julia Wilber '11.
When Mother Nature Gives You Snow...

Visiting Assistant Professor of Art Cynthia Tower engaged a few students in a project to transform the snow-covered tables in the KJ/McEwen courtyard into a confectionery illusion. Artists included Andrew Quinney '11, Andrea Wrobel '13, Rem Myers ’11, Julia Wilber '11, Amanda Pichardo '14 and Michael Arroyo '14.  More ...

Architectural rendering of the open archive within the Ruth and Elmer Wellin Museum of Art at Hamilton College.
Hamilton Makes Art 2 Auction is Under Way

Hamilton Makes Art 2, an online and live auction of works of art by Kirkland and Hamilton College alumni, is currently under way. Half of all proceeds will benefit Hamilton’s Bicentennial Initiatives Arts Facilities Project which will fund the construction of a new museum, theatre and studio art facility.  More ...

Sculptor Judy Fox in her NYC studio.
The Art of a Studio Tour

Ten senior art concentrators along with art faculty traveled to New York City from Nov. 4 through 6 to visit the studios of internationally acclaimed artists. Painter Alexi Worth, Daphne Fitzpatrick,  Ann Agee, Judy Fox, Blane De St Croix, and painter/printmaker Jane Hammond offered students insight into their artistic practice and studios. The Dietrich Foundation and the Kirkland Endowment supported this event.  More ...

Christopher Russell
Russell Opens Solo Exhibit at Los Angeles Gallery

Christopher Russell, visiting assistant professor of art, opened an exhibition titled “Runaway” on Oct. 23 at the Luis De Jesus Los Angeles Gallery. The exhibit is on view through Nov. 23
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Murtaugh Exhibits in New York City

Associate Professor of Art Rebecca Murtaugh is exhibiting in New York City in The Other End of the Line, a major public art installation addressing the connections and differences between the cultures of upstate New York and New York City. Inspired by the freight train High Line's history of transporting goods from upstate New York into New York City, Francis Cape will transport a previously-occupied residential trailer from Sullivan County, N.Y., to Gansevoort Plaza under the High Line.  More ...

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