Born in Italy, with a background in graphic design and photography, Sandro Del Rosario came to the U.S. in 1998 with a Fulbright Scholarship to study for an MFA in Film/Video with emphasis in Experimental Animation at CalArts, in California. His work has been awarded and exhibited in many festivals and venues worldwide, including at Find out more »
So you say you want to be a designer? Come hear alum Kristin Seymour talk about Nature forms in Design. A recent graduate of St. Mary’s College of Maryland, Kristin is now working in the art side of the athletic fashion industry. She is a graphic designer and photographer for a small, but expanding, female owned and operated Find out more »
Tristan Cai is an artist who works primarily with research-based narratives that addresses the problems of authorship and propagation of information. He is especially interested in the cultural production of knowledge and investigates through his works the rationality of belief, often within the domains of creation, religion and the human condition. In recognition of his works he has Find out more »
Student work from the first semester of SMP in ART will be on view in the gallery. Students: Morgan Beahm, Ben Brenholtz, Grace Humphries, Michael Guy Tomassoni, Charles Kreizenbeck, Ivy Rose Smith, Haley Sieglein, Stephanie Sraha, Molly Houston, Julianna Linder, and Ben Derlan.
Jennifer D. Anderson is an Associate Professor of studio art at Hollins University, where she teaches drawing, printmaking and professional practices. She currently serves as Art Department Chair. Her recent scholarly output includes papers given at the SGC International, College Art Association, and Southeastern College Art conferences. The Norton Simon Museum included her essay “Print University” in Proof: The Find out more »
Free pizza or bring your own lunch Artist House Artists-in-Residence: March 2 – 17, 2017 Gabriela Bulisova and Mark Isaac are collaborating with other artists and community members on an interdisciplinary art project focused on the environmental, social, and cultural impacts of rapid change in the Chesapeake Bay watershed. Comprised of 150 major rivers and streams and Find out more »
Free pizza or bring your own lunch Artist House Artist-in-Residence: March 25 – April 8, 2017 Sponsored by The Department of Art and Art History, Lecture and Fine Arts Committee. Manipulating the authority of representational portraiture, Hackett’s work deconstructs historical ideas of secure identity and fixed-painting techniques in an attempt to clarify his contemporary insecurities about racial Find out more »
Free pizza or bring your own lunch Artist House Artist-in-Residence: April 10 – May 12, 2017 Michael’s artwork tends to combine stream of conscious imagination in a somewhat concrete world. Letting the image evolve over time, he is trusting and loyal to experimentation in media yet remains disciplined in established practices and techniques. When viewing his work, Find out more »