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Art Mentor Program Creates Win-Win for Wellin Museum and Clinton School

A routine meeting about a school visit to the Wellin Museum between representatives of the museum and a Clinton Middle School art teacher has led to a rewarding collaboration for both Hamilton College students and Clinton middle schoolers.  More ...

Caroline Rudd '16
Caroline Rudd ’16 Awarded Beinecke Scholarship

Caroline Rudd ’16 has been awarded a national Beinecke Scholarship. Each Beinecke scholar receives $4,000 immediately prior to entering graduate school and an additional $30,000 while attending graduate school. In the 2015 competition 85 students were nominated and 20 awards were given.  More ...

Mackenzie Leavenworth '15, right, on site in Gournia, Greece, in 2013.
Archaeology Magazine Highlights McEnroe’s Role in Study of Ancient Site

John McEnroe, the John and Anne Fischer Professor in Fine Arts, is co-leader of a team that is working on a complete architectural survey of the town of Gournia on the island of Crete. The work was highlighted in a lengthy article in the May/June issue of Archaeology magazine. “The Minoans of Crete” focused on site excavation that began more than a century ago.  More ...

Steve Goldberg's  African-American Art and Black Historical Experience class.
African-American Experience in Art Explored in New Class

This semester marks the introduction of a new course in the college’s Art History department: African-American Art and Black Historical Experience. The proseminar, taught by Professor Stephen J. Goldberg, is the first in the College’s history to reevaluate Western art from the African-American perspective.  More ...

Wellin Museum Receives $100,000 from Mellon Foundation

The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation has awarded the Ruth and Elmer Wellin Museum of Art a two-year, $100,000 grant to study the museum’s educational programs for local public schools. The study will help the Wellin Museum work more effectively with public school educators to supplement school curricula within the structure of the Common Core requirements. Study results will be used to create new programming for the museum.   More ...

Critic Declares Wellin’s Shotz Show “Extraordinary”

“Some exhibitions are very good and you leave with a feeling that the artist met your expectations ... But there are those rare shows where the artist actually raises the bar and the work leaves you feeling as if you've been privy to something extraordinary.” So began the Syracuse Post-Standard review by writer Katherine Rushworth of the Wellin Museum’s current exhibition, “Force of Nature.” The show is scheduled to close on Sunday, April 5.  More ...

“The Nipple I Never Knew” by Katharine Kuharic
Kuharic Recognized for Recent Work

The Huffington Post recently named Katharine Kuharic, the Kevin W. Kennedy Professor of Art, one of the “13 Artists You Should Fall in Love With This Spring,” and Whitewall magazine featured one of her paintings in a slideshow of highlights from The Armory Show.  More ...

Heather Buchman
Hamilton College Orchestra Performs Brainstorm! on Sunday, March 8

The Hamilton College Orchestra, conducted by Heather Buchman, presents the annual Brainstorm! concert on Sunday, March 8,  at 3 p.m., in Wellin Hall, Schambach Center for Music and the Performing Arts. This concert is free and open to the public.  More ...

Katharine Kuharic
Kuharic Exhibits in NYC Show

A painting by Katharine Kuharic, the Kevin W. Kennedy Professor of Art, is included in The Armory Show March 5-8 on Piers 92 and 94 on Manhattan’s west side. “The Nipple I Never Knew” (2015) is part of the P.P.O.W. Gallery exhibition.  More ...

Understanding the Forces

Assistant Professor of Physics Kate Jones-Smith led a gallery talk and discussion on the mathematical and scientific concepts reflected in the Wellin Museum’s current exhibition Alyson Shotz: Force of Nature. The Feb. 19 talk explored how different practical and theoretical elements of math and science apply to Shotz’s work on display, many of which are sculptures named after scientific and mathematical terminology.   More ...

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