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The HWS Update

Much like the Colleges’ students, HWS faculty draw their inspiration from people who were their professors and mentors.  Professor of Art Patricia Mathews recently honored her mentor by publishing a scholarly work in recognition of him. Mathews wrote an article, “Listening to Silence: the Art of May Stevens,” in Donald Kuspit’s “Philosophical Art Criticism” to

George Liston Seay ’62 began the summer between his junior and senior years at HWS by hopping on a merchant ship, The North Lord, and sailing to Rotterdam, with a stop to load wheat in Montreal along the way. The father of classmate George Pappadakis ’61 was a Greek ship owner and presented the English

At the College Art Association‘s (CAA) Annual Conference on Friday, February 27, HWS Professor of Art Patricia Mathews was announced as a new member of the Board of Directors. The 20-person Board represents the diverse disciplines and geographic locations within the college art world. In addition to meeting four times a year in New York City,

At the upcoming College Art Association‘s (CAA) Annual Conference, the membership will select four new officers to serve on the Board of Directors.  HWS Professor of Art Patricia Mathews has been announced as one of the six finalists. Mathews, who has been teaching art history for nearly 30 years and has been a member of