Professor of Art Carrie Patterson is writing 24 lectures for The Great Course Lecture Series program. The Great Courses are a series of educational classes offered to “surround the world’s greatest teachers with a team of experts who collaborate on crafting a customized and entertaining educational journey.” Titled “How to See,” Patterson says this about Find out more »
Beginning Saturday, Feb. 10, Professor of Art Sue Johnson’s art historical reinterpretations will be featured in “Women with Vision: Masterworks from the Permanent Collection” at The Muscarelle Museum of Art located on the campus of William & Mary. The selection presents works by more than 30 women artists including historically important figures such as Marguerite Find out more »
On Wednesday, Nov. 8 at 4:45 p.m., in Auerbach Auditorium at St. Mary’s Hall, Linda Sarsour, social justice advocate and civil rights activist, will be the Margaret Brent Lecture series guest speaker. The event is free of charge and open to the public. Sarsour is the former executive director of the Arab American Association of Find out more »
(St. Mary’s City, Md) Feb. 2, 2017 – An anonymous gift to St. Mary’s College of Maryland will aid the College with educating students and the public on its relationship with slavery. A couple who wish to remain anonymous donated shackles over the summer they discovered in a barn in the Chaptico, Md., area. The Find out more »
Joe Lucchesi, associate professor of art history at St. Mary’s College of Maryland and coordinator of the college’s Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Program, was consulting curator of “The Art of Romaine Brooks,” an exhibition that opened June 17 at the Smithsonian’s American Art Museum. The exhibition runs through October 2 and includes several of Find out more »
Students will ‘think big and build small’ as they explore how, when, and where environmental studies and arts education converge to shape communities In September, a group of St. Mary’s College of Maryland students, along with high school students from the Forrest Career and Technology Center, began work on the construction of two tiny houses, Find out more »
Associate Professor of Art History Cristin Cash is co-curator of “ First Person: Contemporary Cuban Art,” an exhibition at the Frederick Layton Gallery, Jan. 17 – Feb. 15. Cash also participated in a panel discussion with exhibition artists Yaima Carrazana and Glenda León.
Associate Professor of Art History Cristin Cash has been awarded a $10,000 grant from the Mary Nohl Fund of the Greater Milwaukee Foundation for her exhibition, “First Person: Independent Voices in Contemporary Cuban Art,” opening Jan. 15, 2014, at the Layton Gallery, Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design.
Department of Art and Art History Visiting Assistant Professor Ruth Anne Phillips has had an article accepted for publication in the peer-reviewed journal The Latin Americanist. The title of the article is “Stone, Water, and Mortarless Constructions: Frank Lloyd Wright and the Pre-Columbian Inca,” and it is co-authored with R. Sarah Richardson.