Posts tagged with “Exhibitions” (All posts)
- January 16, 2015
As winter term begins, Perlman Teaching Museum’s Braucher Gallery presents a jumble of tables, mysterious metallic structures, and random diagrams and sketches. The “exhibition” contrasts sharply with the orderly student-curated A Collection Embodied in the museum’s smaller gallery. The story behind this jumble is every bit as unique as the gallery’s appearance.
Carleton brings internationally acclaimed Danish design collective N55 to campus for a five-week residencyDecember 18, 2014
Carleton College will host the internationally acclaimed Danish art, architecture and design collective N55 for an arts residency focused public space from January 9 to February 5, 2015. N55 members Ion Sørvin, Till Wolfer, and Anne Roome will collaborate with Carleton students to set up a design laboratory focused on public space by imaging a hypothetical new building complex for the College’s Cowling Arboretum. The residency will include public lectures and events, culminating in an exhibition in the Braucher Gallery of the Perlman Teaching Museum.
- October 21, 2014
While in the Weitz Center with time to kill, I saw an advertisement for Always Lost: A Meditation on War, an exhibition combining photography and personal reflections on war organized by Western Nevada College. I decided to drop in. War is, after all, a fascinating subject regardless of the discipline through which you view it.
- October 15, 2014
Upon walking into Ken Tape’s Then and Now: The Changing Arctic Landscape, it is difficult to determine if you are entering a science or art exhibition.
- October 9, 2014
Miguel Brieva’s Welcome to the World exhibition of satirical cartoons on the 4th floor of Gould Library is a thought-provoking cocktail of cutting humor, social and existential meditations, and political commentary, complete with full, vibrant colors. Brieva, a Spanish artist and cartoonist, combines eye-catching imagery with pointed dialogue and descriptions in this darkly comical exhibit.
- October 7, 2014
A nationally touring arts and humanities exhibition, ALWAYS LOST opens October 13th at 7:30 p.m. in the Weitz Center. The opening event will feature a reading by author Jay Moad. In the words of Gertrude Stein: "War is never fatal, but it is always lost. Always lost."