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Ella Gant's "Bonanza!"
Gant Exhibits Work at Syracuse’s Everson Museum
“Bonanza!,” an artist book by Associate Professor of Art Ella Gant is on display in Fit to Be Bound through July 11 at the Everson Museum of Art in Syracuse. More ...
Looking Glass by Bruce Muirhead
Muirhead Wins Award at National Print Exhibition
Bruce Muirhead, the William R. Kenan Professor of Art, recently received an award for one of his two prints chosen for display in the 30th Annual National Print Exhibition at Artlink. The exhibition runs through May 26. Artlink, a not-for-profit contemporary visual arts gallery that showcases the work of emerging and mid-career artists, is located in Fort Wayne, Ind. More ...
Senior Art Show 2010
Senior Art Show 2010 on Exhibit at Emerson Gallery
Senior Art Show 2010, a presentation of works created by 10 art majors, will open at the Emerson Gallery on Friday, April 30. An opening reception will be held from 4-6 p.m. The exhibition runs through Saturday, May 22, and is free and open to the public. Families of graduating seniors are invited to attend the graduation reception on May 22, from 1-3 p.m.  More ...
Salzillo's Square Clarabelle
Salzillo and Muirhead Prints Win Prizes in Purdue Exhibition
Curator Jenny Schmid, director of Bikini Press International in Minneapolis, Minnesota, has selected prints by Professors of Art Bill Salzillo and Bruce Muirhead for Sixty Square Inches, the 17th Biennial Small Print Exhibition at Purdue University Galleries. Both professors have been awarded prizes for their work. The show opens on March 8 and closes on April 25. More ...
"Cauliflower, 2006"
Almanas Photo Featured in Gastronomica
A photograph by Visiting Assistant Professor of Art Kathryn Parker Almanas was featured in the Winter 2010 issue of Gastronomica: The Journal of Food and Culture. The photo,   "Cauliflower, 2006," was published within a supplementary section that features the work of 17 contemporary artists. More ...
Hamiton art students and faculty at the studio of Lane Twitchell.
Artists' Proof
Eleven senior art concentrators along with Art Department faculty visited internationally acclaimed artists' studios in New York City on February 12 and 13. Lane Twitchell, Deb Kass, Nina Katachadorian, An My Lei, and Nicole Eisenman welcomed students into their studios to discuss works of art in progress. The Dietrich Foundation and the Kirkland Endowment supported this event. More ...
M45 2009 by Samuel Pellman and Miranda Raimondi '08
Composer Samuel Pellman Discusses Collaboration With Miranda Raimondi '08
Samuel Pellman, the Leonard C. Ferguson Professor of Music, presented his composition NGC 2080, Variation 2 at the Emerson Gallery on Feb. 18 as part of the Gallery’s “Look Up” exhibition. Pellman’s piece, which was accompanied by a video created by his collaborator Miranda Raimondi '08, combines unique and innovative sounds with beautiful and meaningful images. More ...
M45 2009 by Samuel Pellman and Miranda Raimondi '08
Pellman and Miranda Raimondi '08 to Give Gallery Talk
Hamilton's Emerson Gallery will present an artists’ talk with Samuel Pellman, the Leonard C. Ferguson Professor of Music, and alumna Miranda Raimondi ’08, on Thursday, Feb. 18, at noon in the gallery. Pellman and Raimondi will discuss their work, "Music From Space: Samuel Pellman and Miranda Raimondi’s Selected Nebulae." More ...
<em>Four Figure Composition</em> by Wyndham Lewis
Emerson Gallery Loans Painting to Madrid Museum
The Emerson Gallery is lending a painting by Percy Wyndham Lewis from its collection to Fundación Juan March, an art museum in Madrid, Spain, for Wyndham Lewis, 1882-1957. This exhibition, which opens on Feb. 5, brings together drawings and paintings by the British artist from across Europe and the United States. The loaned work was a gift to the gallery from Omar S. ’51 and Elizabeth Pound. More ...
A portrait of an audience at a Cal Arts lecture by Tim Davis.
Photographer Tim Davis Focuses on Audience in Hamilton Lecture
In an introduction to the Feb. 3 lecture on Tim Davis’ photography, Visiting Assistant Professor of Art Kathryn Parker Almanas skipped nearly all customary information in favor of presenting the audience with eight simple facts about the artist. These included his talent for skipping faster than he can run and playing ukulele. Though such random pieces of trivia may seem irrelevant to a professional discussion about photographs, they could not have served as a better preface to Davis’ character.
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