On May 14, St. Mary’s College of Maryland students and faculty set out for South America on the Andean Summer Study Tour. Led by Dr. Adriana Mariel Brodsky, associate professor of history, and Dr. Ruth Anne Phillips, visiting assistant professor of art history, the group explored the culture and history of Peru. Some of these 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 »
Professor of Art Sue Johnson’s latest exhibition, “Ready-Made Dream,” will be on display through June 1 at the Joy Pratt Markham Gallery, Walton Art Center, in Fayetteville, Ark.
Talented young artists from St. Mary’s County schools have a new, local outlet to exhibit their creative works. The “Young at Art” exhibition, established by the St. Mary’s College of Maryland Boyden Gallery and Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) program, represents an expansion in the partnership between arts programs at the college and St. Find out more »
Associate Professor of Art Carrie Patterson was interviewed last week by MetroCast 10, a local community television channel for St. Mary’s County, at Yellow Door Art Studios in Leonardtown, Md. The interview focused on the impact Yellow Door, which Patterson owns, has had on the town of Leonardtown, the importance of Leonardtown as an art Find out more »
Associate Professor of Art Carrie Patterson was selected to have her art presented at Cloyde Snook Gallery at Adams State University in Alamaso, Colo. Her work is currently being featured in the gallery in a National Juried Exhibition titled, “Squared,” through April 4. Patterson’s piece, “Mistaken Identity: Artist Proofs from 2004 – Present,” showcases a Find out more »
Professor of Art Sue Johnson’s exhibition, “Pitt Rivers: Collecting Patterns,” is currently on display through May 10, 2014, at the Salisbury & South Wiltshire Museum in Salisbury, England. “Collecting Patterns” presents a modern cabinet of curiosities showcasing how Johnson has engaged with and been inspired by the nineteenth century collector General Pitt-Rivers. Details can be Find out more »
Professor of Art Sue Johnson will be featured in CURIO, an art exhibition offering a twist on 16th and 17th century cabinets of curiosity. The exhibition opens Saturday, November 16 at Heiner Contemporary in Washington, D.C. Johnson will also take place in a panel discussion on December 7.
Pass through the Point Lookout Road crosswalk onto the historic side of campus and you are in for a surprise. A new structure has been erected between Alumni House and the former Anne Arundel Hall. Standing approximately eight-feet high and 100-feet wide is the “We Are St. Mary’s” mural, in an array of colors. Inspired by community Find out more »
Professor of Art Sue Johnson’s one-person exhibition, “American Dreamscape,” opens at the Eleanor D. Wilson Museum at Hollins University on Oct. 3. Johnson will give a lecture on the exhibition, starting at 6 p.m., immediately followed by the opening reception. American Dreamscape features mixed media work by Johnson, whose work is grounded in the genres of the still Find out more »