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Mary Birmingham Curator of the exhibit "Frohawk Two Feathers You Can Fall," and Frohawk Two Feathers at the opening reception.
New Wellin Exhibit Features Imaginative Works of Frohawk Two Feathers

Visiting the latest exhibit at the Ruth and Elmer Wellin Museum of Art is akin to stepping into a strange and unfamiliar world. The installment, titled “You Can Fall: The War of the Mourning Arrows” (An Introduction to the Americas and a Requiem for Willem Ferdinand), features the work of Los Angeles-based artist Frohawk Two Feathers. On Sept. 28, Two Feathers presented a gallery walkthrough of his exhibit, which was curated by Mary Birmingham, curator of the Visual Arts Center of New Jersey.  More ...

Fallcoming 2013 is Sept. 26-29

Hamilton’s annual Fallcoming will take place on campus Oct. 26 through 29. Among highlights of the weekend will be the dedication of  the Jazz Archive, a Wellin Museum artist's talk and numerous athletic contests. The full schedule is here.  More ...

Michael Scott '81 answers a question during the panel as Jordan Crosby '01 looks on.
Arts Career Panel Brings Distinguished Alumni to Campus

“The art world” is an abstract concept, consisting of careers in everything from law to painting to history. To an undergraduate, the concept of entering this fickle, fast-paced arena may be overwhelming or intimidating. During Fallcoming Weekend, Associate Professor of Art History Deborah Pokinski led an alumni panel discussion on “Careers in Art,” attracting dozens of students seeking advice. The discussion was held in the newly opened Wellin Museum of Art.  More ...

Guest Curator Ian Berry gives a tour of the current exhibit at the Ruth And Elmer Wellin Museum.
Fallcoming 2012: A Look Back

Chilly and sometimes dreary weather couldn't put a damper on Fallcoming 2012,  as Hamilton celebrated the opening the Ruth and Elmer Wellin Museum of Art, honored Dan Dietrich II '64 as Volunteer of the Year, and recognized students' scholarships at the Helen and Doane Comstock '27 Memorial Luncheon.  More ...

Alon Hillel-Tuch '07, second from left, speaks during the panel. Other panelists from left, Mark Montgomery, Haley Reimbold '06, Nancy Roob '87 and Steve Culbertson '79.
Social Entrepreneurs Urge Students to Connect Their Interests With Society’s Issues

On Oct. 4, members of the Hamilton community gathered to learn about social innovation and careers in social entrepreneurship through a panel discussion sponsored by the Levitt Center, the Career Center, and the COOP.  More ...

Fallcoming Highlights Wellin Museum Opening

Hamilton’s annual Fallcoming will take place on campus Oct. 4 through 7, with activities to suit every interest. The highlight of the weekend will be the dedication of the Ruth and Elmer Wellin Museum of Art with numerous events surrounding its opening.  More ...

Ruth and Elmer Wellin Museum of Art
Wellin Museum Debuts During Fallcoming

Director Tracy Adler and her staff are in the process of putting the finishing touches on The Ruth and Elmer Wellin Museum of Art in preparation for the official opening celebration. On Thursday, Oct. 4, the festivities will begin.  More ...

Ned Goodell, right, architect with Machado and Silvetti Associates, discusses plans for the main stairway with museum director Tracy Adler.
Wellin Museum Opening Set for Fallcoming Weekend

Progress continues on construction of the Ruth and Elmer Wellin Museum of Art, with its dedication ceremony scheduled for Friday, Oct. 5, 5:30 p.m., during Fallcoming Weekend.  More ...

Members of the  Sadove family were on hand for the dedication of the Sadove Student Center at Emerson Hall.
A Glorious Fallcoming Weekend

Mother Nature cooperated and provided a glorious backdrop to a full weekend of Fallcoming events on the Hill. Highlights included the dedication of the Sadove Student Center at Emerson Hall, recognition of the Alumni All Stars Jazz Band as volunteers of the year, lectures, and musical performances.  More ...

Louis Menand joined Hamilton students for lunch prior to his lecture.
Harvard Professor Describes Liberal Arts Model

Louis Menand, the Anne T. and Robert M. Bass Professor of English and American Literature at Harvard University, gave a lecture titled “What Every College Graduate Needs to Know” as part of Hamilton’s Fallcoming Weekend on Oct. 8 in the Chapel.  More ...

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