SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
Life Model Sessions
Every Tuesday Starting February 4
8:30-10:00 PM, Montgomery Hall
Artist Talk: Heather Layton
February 17th, 4:45 PM, Cole Cinema
Alumni Spotlight: Sarah Sachs
Sarah received her BA in Studio Art from St. Mary's College of Maryland in 2006. In 2008, she received her Masters of Art in Digital Art from Maryland Institute College of Art, and in 2009 she received her Masters of Fine Art in Photography and Digital Imaging, also from Maryland Institute College of Art. Through her fine art work, Sarah explores the dichotomy between human and digital memory, how the two influence one another, and how they are affected by natural and technological elements of decay. She hopes to create a dialogue about the relationships between personal memory, society’s collective memory, and collective cultural identity.
The Art and Art History Department is pleased to present ARTWEEK — October 22-26, 2011!
ARTWEEK emerges from departmental efforts to diversify our programmatic offerings, find collaborative opportunities for faculty and students alike, and offer a wide range of art-related events to the campus community.Please join us!
ARTWEEK, FALL 2012
Monday, October 22
* OFFICIAL KICK-OFF to ARTWEEK
Exhuming the Present - The Photograph as Site
4:45-6pm, Library 321
Professor Colby Caldwell will lecture on his recent work.
Tuesday, October 23
"The Remix" exhibition in Campus Center
ART 333 Experimental Media & ART 312 Advanced Photography exhibtion, "The Remix", installed in Campus Center
Boyden Gallery Open House
11:00 am-5:00 pm
Come by the Boyden Gallery to learn about the current show, Object Lessons. Part exhibition and part classroom laboratory, Object Lessons showcases the interdisciplinary teaching and learning potential of works from the college's Fine Art Collection. Working with objects and artifacts is intrinsic to teaching in a studio art, art history, or archaeology curriculum; so the front of the exhibition space is dedicated to work that has been and continues to be used in several existing object-based courses, including American Art, Introduction to Drawing, and Curatorial Studies. Since there are many connections still to be found, the rest of the exhibition is designed to be more open-ended for the viewer to explore and discover.
Wednesday, October 24
Dr. Bruce Torrence "The Viewable Sphere: Mathematics Meets Photography"
4:00 - 5:45 pm, Schaefer 106
Sponsored by the NS&M Colloquium
Presentation and Open Forum with Matthew Fishel: Interested in being a Professional Artist?
6:30-8:30pm, Glendening Annex
Thursday, October 25
Stretch Your Own Canvas Demonstration, Professor Carrie Patterson
Montgomery Hall 132 (Painting Studio) 12-1pm
Dr. Susan Goldstine "Beading Crochet Workshop"
MH 105 4-6pm