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Wellin Museum Hosts Two Exhibitions

 “A Sense of Place” and “Frohawk Two Feathers - You Can Fall: The War of the Mourning Arrows (An Introduction to the Americas and a Requiem for Willem Ferdinand)” opened on Sept. 28 at the Ruth and Elmer Wellin Museum of Art.  More ...

Coco Fusco's The Empty Plaza / La Plaza Vacia, 2012
Wellin Museum Hosts Two Exhibitions

 “A Sense of Place” and “Frohawk Two Feathers - You Can Fall: The War of the Mourning Arrows (An Introduction to the Americas and a Requiem for Willem Ferdinand)” opened on Sept. 28 at the Ruth and Elmer Wellin Museum of Art.  More ...

<em>Chromosome Painting</em> by Geraldine Ondrizek at Kirkland Arts Center, Kirkland, Wash.
Biology Research-Based Artist to Lecture at Hamilton

Geraldine Ondrizek, research-based artist and professor at Reed College, will present a lecture on Wednesday, Sept. 25, at 4:30 p.m., in the Bradford Auditorium, KJ.  Her lecture is part of the art department’s Visiting Artist Series, and is free and open to the public.  More ...

Katharine Kuharic
Kuharic Serves on Venice Biennale Committee

Kevin W. Kennedy Professor of Art Katharine Kuharic recently served on the Art in General Venice Biennale committee and traveled to Venice for the opening of the international art exhibition. The show continues through Nov. 24.  More ...

Ruth and Elmer Wellin Museum of Art
Wellin Museum Celebrated in Museum Magazine

“A CLEAR VIEW - The Wellin Museum of Art creates a new model for the university museum," an eight-page article published in the September/October issue of Museum Magazine, offers a glowing review of the museum, its staff and its programming. An article that appeared in the August issue of Interior Design magazine, “Edifying Edifices - College museums can teach much more than art history,” also celebrated the Wellin Museum.  More ...

Robert Knight
Knight’s Work Selected for N.C. Exhibition

Work by Assistant Professor of Art Robert Knight was selected for a group exhibition titled “American Art Today: Figures.” The exhibition at The Bascom Center for the Visual Arts in Highlands, N.C., runs Sept. 7 through Jan. 5.  More ...

Katharine Kuharic
Kuharic’s Work in BGSU Exhibition

Kevin W. Kennedy Professor of Art Katharine Kuharic’s work will be included in an exhibition at Bowling Green State University (BGSU). “Consumed: Nourishment and Indulgence” runs Sept. 6 through Oct. 9 at the Willard Wankelman Gallery in the BGSU Fine Arts Center.  More ...

The Iroquois Palisades by William Salzillo
Salzillo Exhibits in MFA Show

“The Iroquois Palisades,” a painting by Professor of Art William Salzillo, is included in the Maryland Federation of Art exhibition “American Landscapes: Scenes from the Americas.”  More ...

Katherine Bickmore '15
Bickmore ’15 Examines the Femme Fatale in Art

The legacy of Kirkland College at Hamilton includes a strong tradition of creativity, feminism and a penchant for the arts. Katherine Bickmore ’15 seems to embody that legacy. An aspiring artist, Bickmore is using this summer to further develop her artistic skills and examine the portrayal of women in art from the mid-19th century to present day. In her Emerson Foundation Project, “The Degeneration, Deterioration, and Decay of Society: A Critique of the Femme Fatale in Art,” she is creating a series of paintings that examine the depiction of women in art as dark and seductive beings.  More ...

Levitt Group in Palmyra, N.Y.
Huffington Post Features Levitt Center Project

Huffington Post featured an article titled “Mormons, Anti-Mormons, and Anti-Anti-Mormons” co-authored by Visiting Associate Professor of Religious Studies Brent Plate and Hannah Grace O'Connell ’14. The article also included several photos taken by Assistant Professor of Art Robert Knight.  More ...

Deanna Perez '14
The Art of the Book

When Deanna Perez ’14 looks at a bookshelf, she doesn’t just see a row of book spines. Instead, she sees unwinding possibilities that can be unlocked both through reading and through art. “There’s endless potential in what could be between the leaves of a binding,” she remarked. In her Emerson Foundation project, “The Life of a Book: From the Bindery to the Pedestal,” she is crafting sculptures out of books to explore their narratives and to examine the balance between destroying books and giving them a new life through art.  More ...

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