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  • Global Graduates

    Kelvin Kweku Ampem-Darko ’17 and Liam Grace-Flood ’17 each have received a Thomas J. Watson Fellowship, and, upon graduation, will be going out to explore their passions in the global setting. More »
  • Brick by brick

    Many children would agree that Lauren Andres ’14 has the best job: LEGO model builder. More »
  • Uncovering Stories: Students sheld light on Atheenaeum's collection

    Behind any collection of objects, there are stories to uncover. How were these pieces created? Where have they traveled? What do they mean together?
    These are some of the questions that the students in Professor of Art Tripp Evans’s “Cataloguing Curiosity” course considered recently as they sat together in the art room of the Providence Athenaeum, amid tightly packed bookshelves, stone busts and oil portraits. More »
  • Worth the journey—Art professor captures beauty of American Southwest in new photography exhibit at Cotuit Center for the Arts

    Professor of Art Andy Howard traveled across four states, 5,000 miles of road and roughly 200 miles of trails to capture the photographs featured in his new exhibit, “The Soul of the Southwest." More »
  • Back on the pond—Wheaton’s Cowduck to be memorialized with sculpture

    In a way, Cowduck is returning to Peacock Pond.
    The beloved black-and-white spotted duck—a longtime familiar figure around the pond and nearby Chapel Field, who died in July of natural causes—will be memorialized this spring with a bronze statue in her likeness.
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  • New Britain Museum of American Art announces new Director

    Wheaton Alumna Min Jung Kim has been named as Director of the New Britain Museum of American Art. More »
  • Arts in Ireland

    Professors Andy Howard and Matthew Allen, with 15 student artists, will head to Ireland as part of the Arts In Ireland experience. Keep up to date via their blog. More »
  • Whitney Alves in Rome

    Call for Student Proposals: Eberhart Grant

    Interested in going abroad for research-related travel this summer? The Patti Eberhart ‘68 Overseas Study and Travel Grant generously funds art and art history majors to study original works of art, or conduct research at libraries and archives not available in the U.S. More »
  • Watson wins—Senior Lindsay Koso wins a Watson

    Koso, of Lexington, Mass., a double major in art history and Latin, will be traveling to Spain, Japan, Turkey and India during her Watson year. More »
  • Publications, honors and creative works: Leah Niederstadt and Pete Coco

    Leah Niederstadt and digital learning strategist Pete Coco discuss the dos and don'ts of blended learning in their new article, published on the Academic Commons website. More »