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  • Publications, honors, and creative works

    Andy Howard, professor of art, was elected to the board of directors at the Cape Cod Art Association in October 2013. More »
  • Goff roving galleries

    Art on the go: roving gallery gets rolling

    Assistant Professor Kelly Goff launches roving mini-galleries More »
  • Assistant Professor Kelly Goff

    Wheaton welcomes six new tenure-track professors

    Kelly Goff, assistant professor of art and art history, is welcomed by the Wheaton community. More »
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    Victory lap

    Caroline Isaacs '13 is an inspiration in the pool and in the classroom. More »
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    Talent show

    Members of the Class of 2013 share their artwork with the campus community. More »
  • NOMAD 1

    The Maiden Voyage of NOMAD 1

    October 31st marked the launch of the Art Department’s first Mobile Small Works Gallery, affectionately monikered NOMAD 1. The gallery is something like a cross between a sculpture pedestal and a hotdog cart and will serve as a traveling venue for making visible the exciting work of visual artists across campus! More »
  • New Professor of Sculpture and Drawing

    Kelly Goff earned his Master of Fine Arts with Honors in Sculpture from the Rhode Island School of Design. Raised on the Caribbean island of Curaçao in the former Netherlands Antilles, he studied art and the natural sciences as an undergraduate at New College of Florida. More »
  • Welcome Patrick Johnson, Assistant Professor of Filmmaking

    Patrick Johnson is a documentary filmmaker who combines digital media with the documentary tradition, creating short films that focus on artists, musicians and alternative lifestyles. More »
  • Mona Damluji

    New Mellon Fellow in Islamic Art

    The Art and Art History department welcomes Mona Damluji, who will join the Wheaton community this fall as Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow in Islamic Art More »
  • Picture of marsh

    Truth and beauty in black and white

    Photographer Dorothy Kerper Monnelly '58 to show her work alongside that of Ansel Adams in traveling exhibition "Fragile Waters." More »