Please join the Mandeville Gallery for our next installment of Virtual Student Docent Talks, featuring our current work study students as they discuss and interpret the artwork and themes presented in the Mandeville exhibition, Chitra Ganesh: Sultana’s Dream. A 360-degree virtual tour of the exhibition will be created for this event
Please join the Mandeville Gallery for Virtual Student Docent Talks featuring our current work study students as they discuss and interpret the artwork and themes presented in the current Mandeville exhibition, featuring the work of Jane Swavely, and the current Art Installation Series at Schaffer Library, featuring the work of Juan Hinojosa.
Please join the Mandeville Gallery for our upcoming virtual event with current exhibiting artist, Jane Swavely, for a conversation with Julie Lohnes, Director and Curator of Art Collections and Exhibitions at Union College.
Please join the Mandeville Gallery for an Advanced Collage Night to be held virtually with Juan Hinojosa, the current Art Installation Series artist exhibiting at Schaffer Library. Building on Hinojosa’s virtual event in April, he now invites participants to think about collaging with 3D objects
Please join the Mandeville Gallery for our upcoming virtual event with Stacey Robinson, the 2017-18 Art Installation Series artist. Robinson will lead participants in an exercise of graphic storytelling using the simplest of art-making materials: paper and pencil, or any other mark-making tool of your choosing!
Please join the Mandeville Gallery for a Virtual Collage Night with Juan Hinojosa, the current exhibiting artist in the Art Installation Series at Schaffer Library. Hinojosa will lead participants in making their own collages with unconventional, everyday materials, and will give a brief introduction about his process and show examples of his work.
Please join us for an Opening Reception to celebrate the Mandeville Gallery’s new exhibition, Jane Swavely. Swavely studied at Boston University and the School of Visual Arts in New York and is the recipient of a Ford Foundation Fellowship. Her work is in numerous public and private collections,
In a collaboration with the Gender, Sexuality, and Women’s Studies Program, the opening reception for the Wikoff Student Gallery’s new exhibition, The Weight of This: Femininity and Sexual Assault on Campus, will include the Annual Katharine Van Meter Sadock Women in the Arts Lecture, featuring Traci Molloy, a Brooklyn-based artist, collaborator, and education activist.