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Mar. 30
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Gallery Talks with MA Illustration

Students in the MA Illustration program will be presenting and discussing their themed work for Gradshow 2 with Rob Wilson, designer and Illustrator. The Students selected the theme “ Making Sense”. The event is open to the public.

Mar. 30

MONDAYS@NOON with Kate Kretz

KATE KRETZ – MAR 30 – 12:00 NOON - FALVEY HALL Kretz’s artwork ranges across disciplines, choosing the most potent and pertinent medium for each project. Materials such as human-hair embroideries, cotton-floss embroideries, oil and acrylic paints, wood…

Mar. 30

Student Space Gallery Application Deadline

Interested in showing your work on campus? The Student Space Gallery program provides undergraduate students with the opportunity to exhibit their art in one of our four gallery spaces. Artists will gain experience in curating their work, submitting a…

Mar. 31

Lecture: Suzanne Anker

Suzanne Anker is a visual artist and theorist working at the intersection of art and the biological sciences. Her practice investigates the ways in which nature is being altered in the 21st century. Concerned with genetics, climate change, species extinction…

Apr. 01

Artist Talk: DeWitt Godfrey

DeWitt Godfrey is a Professor, in the department of Art and Art History at Colgate. Godfrey did his undergraduate work at Yale University, was a member of the inaugural group of CORE Fellows at the MFA Houston, and received his MFA from Edinburgh College…

Apr. 03
Apr. 05

Baltimore Natural Dye Symposium and Gathering

The Baltimore Natural Dye Symposium and Gathering seeks to bring together natural dye practitioners, scholars, artists and designers, enthusiasts and entrepreneurs, cultural workers and farmers to exchange knowledge and ideas, build local capacity and…

Apr. 03

Review Talks

5 minute/5 slide presentations with creative leaders in art and design (think quick TED talks).

Apr. 03

Edible Book Festival 2020

Decker Library's 7th Annual Edible Book Festival! Attendees will have the opportunity to view, vote on and (eventually) taste different bookish treats. All featured entries must be made from something edible and may integrate text, mirror a book's form…