Students Build Community Zen Garden

Offering community members a space for meditation and quiet moments of repose, students in Assistant Professor of Art and Architecture Gabriella D'Angelo's "Introduction to Architectural Design I" course recently constructed a meditation labyrinth at Jefferson Street Park in the Founders Square neighborhood. The class partnered with the City of Geneva, the Geneva Neighborhood Resource Center (GNR...  More >>

Upcoming Exhibits from Lynch '83

Praised by the New York Times for her "richly monochromatic" urban landscapes, artist Kathryn Lynch '83 will premiere two new solo shows in early 2016, one at the Tayloe Piggott Gallery in Jackson Hole, Wy., and the other at the Sears-Peyton Gallery in New York City. More of her work is on display through Sunday, Nov. 29 at Senaspace Art Gallery, 229 Centre Street in Manhattan and will soon appea...  More >>

Sculpture Memorializes Aldrich

Outside Stern Hall, a new sculpture has been placed beneath a tree in remembrance of the late Meredith Aldrich, the creator of Children's Hours School in Geneva and the late wife of Professor Emeritus of Anthropology and Sociology T. Dunbar Moodie. In Aldrich's honor, friends and colleagues had gifted the tree and the plaque at its base, which are now accompanied by a statue of her and Moodie's b...  More >>

Gonzalez Delivers Lecture Ahead of Davis Gallery Exhibit

In conjunction with his exhibition at the Davis Gallery at Houghton House, sculptor Ronald Gonzalez discussed his work and career in a lecture titled, "Storehouse," on Thursday, Nov. 19 in Houghton House, Room 112. Running from Friday, Nov. 20 to Friday, Dec. 18, Gonzalez's exhibition, "Mind Things," explores the disturbing overtones of the found object as metaphysical grounding for our human con...  More >>

Student Art Curators for HWS Collection

This semester, two students have been given the opportunity to acquire a piece of artwork for The Collections of Hobart and William Smith Colleges. Through extensive research into the current collection and various pieces being considered, Jacques Lane '16 and Savannah Reed '16 are gaining invaluable insight into the challenging and intricate process of obtaining art. "I hope Jacques and Savannah...  More >>

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