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.

Virtual Exhibition

The Wheaton Chorale and Chamber Singers present their virtual spring concert, joined by Time Out Vocal Jazz, the Oure Pleasure Singers and visiting artists Elise Groves, Emily Bergmann, Connor Vigeant, and Craig Juricka. 

YouTube premiere begins at 7:30 p.m.

All are welcome at a virtual reception via Zoom immediately following the YouTube premiere. Register here.

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.

Virtual Exhibition

Join us for some sweet treats to celebrate the end of the semester! Providence-based dessert truck Sarcastic Sweets will be on campus with cupcake and cookie options. Participants must pre-register up for a time slot, have a green status in Co-Verified and have their event pass scanned. This event is open to the on-campus Wheaton community only.

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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.

Virtual Exhibition

Contemporary photographer Adraint Bereal, the artist behind the nationally recognized project The Black Yearbook. Bereal’s multimedia collection and physical book speak to the experiences of Black students at the University of Texas at Austin, a predominantly white campus. Via Zoom, registration required.

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Graduating seniors from the Creative Writing program read from their original work. The program features all genres. Join us in congratulating these students on their outstanding writing. Via Zoom, registration required.

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Join us as we celebrate the opening of our annual senior visual art major’s exhibition presented in the Beard and Weil Galleries and virtually on the gallery website.

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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.

Virtual Exhibition

A freelance writer and editor, Rebecca Long reports on a wide range of topics, including politics, TV, film, literature, and environmental justice. Her writing has been featured in VICE, Bitch Media, Bust Magazine, and Electric Literature. Long’s essay about Stranger Things’ Jim Hopper was Bitch Medias most-read article of 2019. She currently works as the Digital Content Editor at a women’s non-profit organization and previously held full-time editorial roles at National Geographic Learning and SAGE Publications. Via Zoom, registration required.

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