- April 3, 2009
Catch the Hulings Hall Atrium surprise exhibition celebrating Fred Hagstrom’s 25 years at Carleton! Eight artists—Carleton graduates spanning classes from 1991 to 2002—offer inventive fine art prints for our enjoyment spring term 2009. Jennifer Yorke ’95, Mildred Beltre ’91, Melanie Fischer ’91, Jesse Houlding ’92, Ethan Murrow ’98, Heather O’Hara ’01, Watie White ’93, and Melinda Yale ’02, all after leaving Carleton pursued further education in the fine arts, and have contributed to the greater visual conversation that is the “art world” through exhibitions, artist residencies, and more. Each artist has agreed to donate one work from the exhibition to the Carleton College Art Collection in honor of their college printmaking teacher, Fred Hagstrom.
- March 30, 2009
Studio art faculty art show opens.
- March 24, 2009
Director of Exhibitions, delivered "Popular Paintings, Celebrity Artists: Back to the Future with the Victorians," at the Delaware Art Museum. The lecture complemented the exhibition "Paintings from the Reign of Victoria: The Royal Holloway Collections, London."
- March 24, 2009
Mellon Post-doctoral Fellow in Art and Art History, presented a paper entitled, "In the Footsteps of the Sasanians: Funerary Architecture and Bavandid Legitimacy" at the College Art Association Conference in Los Angeles in February.
- March 16, 2009
- March 13, 2009
Woodworker students are awake to appreciate their successful show!
- March 4, 2009
- March 2, 2009
- February 24, 2009
Educational Associate Dylan Welch '08 recently followed Shannon Finnegan '11 through the process of her final project for Intro to Throwing. You can follow Shannon's progress through Dylan's seven-part photo essay, From Start to Finish: Shannon's Final Project.
- February 17, 2009
- February 9, 2009
An exploration-creation of what it means to be family.
- February 4, 2009
Assistant Professor of Art, currently has ceramic sculptures in three invitational exhibitions including Circa Gallery in Minneapolis, Pewabic Pottery in Detroit, and at Clark College in Vancouver, WA. She delivered a visiting artist talk at Clark College in conjunction with the opening of the exhibition titled "Beasts and Botanicals." Her work at Circa was noted as one of the best exhibitions of 2008 in a recent Star Tribune article.