- September 23, 2013
Professor Emeritus of Art History, Lauren Soth, published a review of two separate exhibitions of paintings by van Gogh in caa.reviews, the on-line journal of the College Art Association. The exhibitions were van Gogh Up Close, held in Philadelphia, and Becoming van Gogh, held in Denver.
- September 17, 2013
David Lefkowitz, Associate Professor of Art, will present two lectures about his work.
- September 9, 2013
Senior Lecturer in Studio Art,opened "Landmark" at the Groveland Annex in Minneapolis in September. The show will continue through October 19.
- July 8, 2013
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- June 10, 2013
David Lefkowitz participated in the Northern Spark Festival
- May 23, 2013
Julia Olson'13 presented at MIA Symposium April 2013
- March 28, 2013
Baird presented "The Melodramatic Mode of Reportage: Thomas Nast as a Civil War Illustrator" in the "Seeing the Civil War" panel of the Midwest Art History Society annual conference in Columbus, Ohio on March 21st.
- March 21, 2013
“The Friendship Portraits of Hendrick Goltzius” published in December 2012.
- March 8, 2013
Mel Griffin's work is featured on the March 2013 issue cover of March Ceramics Monthly. An article is inside entitled "Gesture in Drawing and Form."
- March 4, 2013
Stephen Mohring, Associate Professor of Art, designed the set for Ten Thousand Things' recent production of Measure for Measure and for The Seven. Mohring will present a talk about Carleton College's Sustainable Crafts Program at the College of William & Mary on March 21 before the opening of 'arboreal,' a solo show of his sculpture, March 21 through April 18.
- February 19, 2013
An MPR program ArtHounds on public radio on Feb. 14 featured information regarding the "Print Profs" exhibition at Highpoint Center for Printmaking. Podcasts of past programs are available at MPR.
- January 25, 2013
Senior Studio Art Major Gabrielle Peterson curated a show of works by Carleton's studio majors at "High Noon" on Division Street. The show, called "Cold," opened January 26th for a month. It featured all media.