Part of a national juried exhibition at the Cape Cod Museum of Art, Associate Professor of Art and Architecture Christine Chin’s “Stuffed Storms” commemorates and interrogates the 2020 storm season. Associate Professor of Art and Architecture Christine Chin’s “Stuffed Storms” is among the pieces on display at the Cape Cod Museum of Art’s INSIGHT exhibition.
HWS professor and artist Nick Ruth has been selected to curate the International Print Exchange Programme’s 2021 exhibition. Since 2013, the International Print Exchange Programme (IPEP) has offered printmakers a forum to share their work with one another and audiences across the globe. For the IPEP’s 2021 exhibition, Class of ’64 Endowed Professor of Art and
HWS faculty members honor three of their colleagues for their work as educators, scholars and community leaders. Last year, the celebration of faculty awards was disrupted due to the pandemic, but this spring, alongside the 2020 Commencement exercises, Professor of Art and Architecture Lara Blanchard, Associate Professor of Art and Architecture Gabriella D’Angelo and Instructor of
In Associate Professor of Art and Architecture Christine Chin’s “Introduction to Imaging” J-Term course, students explored photographically based imaging throughout history and showcased their learning and creativity with hands-on projects. Lectures in the J-Term course “Introduction to Imaging” taught by Associate Professor of Art and Architecture Christine Chin focused on the history of photographically based
A team made up of HWS faculty and staff took home first place honors in the annual adult spelling bee that raises funds for the nonprofit organization Literacy Volunteers Ontario-Yates. Galeate. Kaddish. With the correct spelling of those two words — the first means helmet shaped or hooded, the second is a 13th century Aramaic
Myles Hunt ’11 has authored a children’s book titled J.W. The Deaf Drummer. The story follows J.W., a deaf musician, as he teaches friends how he communicates and lives in a hearing world. Author and creative visionary Myles Hunt ’11 has released his first children’s book, J.W. The Deaf Drummer. The story follows the main
Beauty entrepreneur Feven Yohannes ’04 and her twin sister Helena, founders of 2.4.1 Cosmetics, are featured on the Lessons In Cool series on the website of makeup icon Bobbi Brown. The new Lessons in Cool series on the website of makeup icon Bobbi Brown features profiles of those considered tastemakers, curators of style, thought leaders
The Worn exhibit, which examines the social and political history of jewelry, has opened at the Solarium Gallery at Houghton House and will be on display through March 1. Curated by artists and jewelers Andrea Miller and Amelia Toelke, the Worn exhibit that recently opened at the Solarium Gallery at Houghton House includes multimedia pieces
A documentary profile of award-winning printmaker and Class of ’64 Endowed Professor of Art and Architecture Nicholas Ruth appears this month on the Rochester area public television station. Class of ’64 Endowed Professor of Art and Architecture Nicholas Ruth is featured in a documentary “Now This” which began airing periodically on WXXI on Jan. 9. A counterpart to
On Jan. 28, Art Director Brooke Leboeuf ’01, Assistant Professor of Art and Architecture Angelique Szymanek, artist and member of the Heron Clan of the Seneca Nation G. Peter Jemison L.H.D. ’20 and gallery owner and founder Dave Kimelberg will participate in a discussion about the first Native American-owned commercial art gallery in the country.