In response to the ongoing impact of Coronavirus (COVID-19), Wheaton College is altering its operations and moving to remote course instruction and operations for the remainder of the spring semester. The College’s statement can be found here.
As a result, ALL on-campus, in-person events events have been cancelled through August 1, 2020.
We appreciate your patience as we navigate this global challenge and we look forward to welcoming you back to campus when we are able to resume normal operations.
The Evelyn Danzig Haas ’39 Visiting Artists Program brings artists to campus to deliver public lectures, mount gallery exhibitions, collaborate on installations and perform for the campus community and the public during short-term engagements in which they also work with students and faculty in master classes and private consultations. The program was launched in the spring of 2003.
Visiting artists slated to teach and perform on campus spring 2020, both publicly and privately, include:
Amie Dansby (Amie DD)—software engineer**
Sarah E. Jenkins—visual artist
Sponsored by the Celeste Gottesman Bartos ’35 Endowed Fund for the Visual Arts
Meghan Dorian ’16—theatre artist/translator**
Joyce Van Dyke—playwright
Joe Wilson, Jr.—Resident Acting Company Member, Trinity Rep
Sponsored by the Dale Rogers Marshall Visiting Artists Program Endowed Fund
George Kuo—slack key guitarist
Mike Monello—Founder/Creative Director, Campfire
Sponsored by the Caroline C. Edwards ’70 Master Class in the Visual and Musical Arts Endowed Fund
Sponsored by the Loser Music Fund
Anna Webber Trio**
Dr. C. Morgan Grefe—Executive Director, Rhode Island Historical Society
Sponsored by the Evelyn Danzig Haas ’39 Visiting Artists Program
Craig Handel—fight choreographer
Saberah Malik—visual artist
Morgan Shields ’19—choreographer
Sponsored by the Ruth Eddy ’42 Master Class in the Arts Endowed Fund
Kurt Adametz ’08—dancer/choreographer
Anna McNeary—visual artist; Instructor, Brown University**
Carrie Scanga—visual artist; Associate Professor of Art, Bowdoin College**
Claire Young ’19—dancer/choreographer**
Sponsored by the Master Class in the Visual Arts Fund, given by a Wheaton alumna