Recently in Leeds Gallery, Runyan Center
Elena K. Dahl
May 14 - June 4, 2014
Gallery Talk and Closing Reception:
Wednesday, June 4, 3:00 pm
Join Elena K. Dahl, an interdisciplinary artist working in installation, performance, and photography, on a photographic exploration of hope. "Blue States" features images of dormant materials "hoping," gathered up and evolving out from a negative space. More about the artist.
Recent exhibitions in Leeds Gallery
Recently in Ronald Gallery, Lilly Library
April 6 - May 10, 2014
Recent exhibitions in Ronald Gallery
2014 Senior Art History Symposium and Senior Art Show
Sunday, April 6
Art History Symposium: 1:00 pm, Hancock Room, Runyan Center
Art Show Opening Reception: 3:00 pm, Leeds Gallery, Runyan Center & Ronald Gallery, Lilly Library
This year's senior art events were widely attended and highly successful! The hard work and careful preparation that the students put in was evident as faculty, community and family members and fellow students enjoyed three well-researched and professionally-presented papers at the Senior Art History Symposium and a packed reception for the Senior Art Show. Check out more photos from the Senior Art Show.
Art Seniors, Class of 2014
Maryanne Braine, photography
Simon Conrad, ceramics
Angelica Cruz DeSimio, art history
Hannah Fox, fibers
Rosa Friedrichs, ceramics
Flora Hay, painting
Noah Marshall, metals
Natalie Reitz, photography
Abraham Shklar, art history
Summer Sleight, metals
Kathryn Rockefeller, art history
Caroline Rosoff, metals
David Walker, Jr., photography
Julia Welbaum-Davis, painting
Rachael Warriner, photography
Yaroslav Zabavskiy, photography
Senior Capstone projects and events
Art History students participate in collaborative Ford/Knight research project during May Term
Chemical Analysis of Ceramics and Art was led by Chemistry professors Mike and Corinne Deibel and Art History professor Julia May during May Term 2014.
Art History and Chemistry students worked together with the faculty members to analyze ceramic objects from the Earlham College Art Collection, using tools and software for chemical analysis of clay bodies and glazes, and conducting art historical research on the iconography of the objects in order to learn more about the locations and time periods in which they were created.
Check out more photos from the project!
Recent Art Department Events