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Hamilton senior art concentrators and advanced painting students at Golden Paint in New Berlin, NY.
Senior Art Concentrators, Advanced Painting Students Tour Golden Artist Colors

Visiting Professor of Art Jane Fine and Assistant Professor of Art Rob Knight took 20 senior art concentrators and advanced painting students to Golden Artist Colors and the Golden Foundation for the Arts in New Berlin, NY, on Sept. 16.  They toured the factory floor with Barbara and Emma Golden, and learned about the history of the company and how the paints are made.  The group also visited their studio residency program and met the four current artists working there.  More ...

Aperture: Orange Burst and Ultra Violet, 2015, reclaimed house paint, wood, and mixed media, 8" x 8" x 3"
Murtaugh’s Work Featured in Fall Exhibitions

The work of Associate Professor of Art Rebecca Murtaugh will be on display this fall in exhibitions in New York, California and Washington, D.C.  More ...

"Amish Farmhouse" by Bruce Muirhead
Muirhead Print Awarded First Place in MFA Exhibition

“Amish Farmhouse” by Professor of Art Bruce Muirhead received first prize in printmaking at the national American Landscapes exhibition sponsored by the Maryland Federation of Art (MFA). The show is on display through Sept. 13 at the MFA’s Circle Gallery in Annapolis, Md.  More ...

Jane Fine's work in progress.
Fine’s Paintings in Brooklyn Exhibition

Contents Under Pressure,” a one-person exhibition of new paintings and drawings by Visiting Assistant Professor of Art Jane Fine, will be on display at Pierogi in Brooklyn from Sept. 11 through Oct. 11. An opening reception will be held at the gallery on Friday, Sept. 11, from 7 to 9 p.m.  More ...

John McEnroe
McEnroe Writes About Excavation of Bronze Age Town in Hesperia

John McEnroe, the John and Anne Fischer Professor of Fine Arts, is a contributing author of "Excavations at Gournia 2010-2012" recently published in Hesperia: The Journal of the American School of Classical Studies in Athens. The article summarizes the first three seasons of work at this important Bronze Age town in Crete.  More ...

Professor Lydia Hamessley, Jake Blount '17 and Phil Jamison '76 perform at the Swannanoa Gathering in North Carolina.
Hamilton Folk Musicians Converge in N.C. Mountains

A Hamilton student, alumnus and professor with a shared interest in the “Ithaca style” of music gathered this summer in North Carolina to enjoy their craft.  More ...

Sarah Wallack '16
Sarah Wallack ’16 Finds Inspiration at the Museum of Fine Arts

For Sarah Wallack ’16 this summer, an art museum was much more than simply a place to look at paintings; it was a place to find inspiration and to share it. As a studio art intern in the Boston Museum of Fine Arts’  (MFA) education department, she helped to teach children’s art classes through the museum’s Journeys Through Art summer program. As a Hamilton art major she also found inspiration for her own work.   More ...

Lauren Scutt '16 outside the British Museum.
Lauren Scutt ’16 Brings Historical Site to Life at the British Museum

The British Museum is one of the most prominent museums in the world, known for a wide range of collections dedicated to human history and culture. This summer, Lauren Scutt ’16 worked to improve one of those collections through an internship with the Museum’s Beyond Boundaries: Religion, Region, Language and the State project.   More ...

A screen capture from the premiere performance.
Gant, Pellman Perform "Mindmeld" in Montana

Associate Professor of Art Ella Gant and James L. Ferguson Professor of Music Samuel Pellman presented "mindMeld" for digital video and digital music in a live performance on Aug. 12 at the Kyma International Sound Symposium, at Montana State University in Bozeman.  More ...

Lily Johnston '16 studies outside the Kennedy Center for Theatre and the Studio Arts.
Student Delves into Color Theory Through Personal Interactions

Though the human eye processes hundreds of different shades and tones every day, color may not be a subject that is often considered by the average individual. Art major Lily Anne Johnston ’16, however is exploring color theory this summer in order to paint a vivid picture of the Upstate New York area’s regional color history through an Emerson Foundation grant.  More ...

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