In the Weeds: Art and the Natural World showcases six artists who are examining the complicated relationship between humans and the environment. Many of these artists bridge art and science […]
The 2021 Wheaton Biennial is an open-call exhibition focused on new media and juried by author and curator, Legacy Russell. Presented virtually, this exhibition includes artists whose work challenges and celebrates new media. As with past Biennials, our definition is boundary-pushing and inclusive, seeking a diverse range of experimental work, collectively evoking an open-ended conversation.
Symposium Keynote Talk Celebrating the Memory of Professor Beverly Lyon Clark Nicole Tadgell '91, is an award-winning illustrator of more than thirty picture books, including Annie Astronaut, Follow Me Down to Nicodemus Town and Real Sisters Pretend. Luminous watercolors, tender families, and a wide range of expressive faces characterize her illustrations. Nicole holds a BA degree in Studio Art from […]
Writer, teacher, and tattoo artist, Phuc Tran, reads from his humorous and introspective memoir, "Sigh, Gone. A Misfit's Memoir of Great Books, Punk Rock, and the Fight to Fit In", about his family's escape from Vietnam, displacement in America, and his struggle to fit in during high school. A brief Q&A will follow this lunchtime event.
In this talk, artist Rosy Lamb shares her research into color as a responsive language we all can learn to speak by listening, and by attending to what our eyes see all around us.