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The Spirit Of The Sixties: Art As An Agent For Change, Kyle Anderson, Aleksa D'Orsi, Kimberly Drexler, Lindsay Kearney, Callie Marx, Gillian Pinkham, Sebastian Zheng, Elizabeth Lee, Trout Gallery Feb 2015

The Spirit Of The Sixties: Art As An Agent For Change, Kyle Anderson, Aleksa D'Orsi, Kimberly Drexler, Lindsay Kearney, Callie Marx, Gillian Pinkham, Sebastian Zheng, Elizabeth Lee, Trout Gallery

Student Scholarship & Creative Works By Year

Catalogue of an exhibition at the Trout Gallery, February 27 - April 11, 2015.

Senior Exhibit, Art and Art History Department, Prof. Elizabeth Lee, Dickinson College.

The artists represented in “The Spirit of the Sixties” are far more willing to not only commit to the idea that art can be expressly political, but also to the notion that it might challenge a viewer’s perspective and, even, lead to social change. The seven student curators who organized the show specifically chose examples of work—mostly prints from the 1960s and 1970s—by artists who understood their work as a means of ...


Not In Show, May Abou-Khalil, Tesha Meihua Chai, Molly Kathleen Leach, Emily Patricia Lehman, Megan Celena Sagastume, Todd Arsenault, Trout Gallery Apr 2014

Not In Show, May Abou-Khalil, Tesha Meihua Chai, Molly Kathleen Leach, Emily Patricia Lehman, Megan Celena Sagastume, Todd Arsenault, Trout Gallery

Student Scholarship & Creative Works By Year

Catalogue of an exhibition at the Trout Gallery, April 25 - May 17, 2014.

Senior Exhibit, Art and Art History Department, Prof. Todd Arsenault, Dickinson College.

The title of this year’s exhibition, Not in Show, is a reference to all of the work made that will not be seen in the exhibition. The work in this catalogue, and the exhibition, are the success stories. It took many failed works and a strong sense of resolve in order to get to this point. Specifically, what Not in Show also attempts to address are the unknown aspects in the process of creation ...


Elsewhere: Todd Arsenault, Andrew Bale, Anthony Cervino, Ward Davenny, Barbara Diduk, Todd Arsenault, Andrew Bale, Anthony Cervino, Ward Davenny, Barbara Diduk, Elizabeth Lee, Phillip Earenfight, Kriston Capps, Brenton Good, Janet Koplos, Jonathan Pappas, Dushko Petrovich Jan 2014

Elsewhere: Todd Arsenault, Andrew Bale, Anthony Cervino, Ward Davenny, Barbara Diduk, Todd Arsenault, Andrew Bale, Anthony Cervino, Ward Davenny, Barbara Diduk, Elizabeth Lee, Phillip Earenfight, Kriston Capps, Brenton Good, Janet Koplos, Jonathan Pappas, Dushko Petrovich

Faculty and Staff Publications By Year

Catalog of an exhibition presented at the Trout Gallery, Dickinson College, November 14, 2014 - February 14, 2015.

Contents

Todd Arsenault: Jackpot / by Dushko Petrovich.

A Sense of Place: The Photographs of Andrew Bale / by Brenton Good.

Anthony Cervino: To Create is to Negate / by Kriston Capps.

Sky Changes Earth: Ward Davenny's Celestial Narratives / by Jonathan Pappas.

Barbara Diduk: On Display / by Janet Koplos.

Introduction

While the Dickinson studio art faculty—Todd Arsenault, Andrew Bale, Anthony Cervino, Ward Davenny, and Barbara Diduk—all have studios on campus, their art most often appears “elsewhere,” as the exhibition’s title suggests, in ...


Bawdy Brits & West End Wit: Satirical Prints Of The Georgian Era, Emily Bastian, Christy Lee Gray, Aimee Lynn Laubach, Emily Sarah Maran, Matthew Gary Morowitz, Allison Marie Schell, Carey Elizabeth Stadnick, Margaret Jeanne Staudter, Laura Ives Wilson, Lauren Elizabeth Woodcock, Kathryn Grace Zell, Phillip Earenfight, Trout Gallery Feb 2011

Bawdy Brits & West End Wit: Satirical Prints Of The Georgian Era, Emily Bastian, Christy Lee Gray, Aimee Lynn Laubach, Emily Sarah Maran, Matthew Gary Morowitz, Allison Marie Schell, Carey Elizabeth Stadnick, Margaret Jeanne Staudter, Laura Ives Wilson, Lauren Elizabeth Woodcock, Kathryn Grace Zell, Phillip Earenfight, Trout Gallery

Student Scholarship & Creative Works By Year

Catalogue of an exhibition at the Trout Gallery, February 18 - April 16, 2011.

Senior Exhibit, Art and Art History Department, Prof. Phillip Earenfight, Dickinson College.

Neither the realm of art history nor history, satirical prints are frequently used simply to illustrate a point that had already been made through the analysis of other images or texts, but were not interrogated and analyzed on the basis of their own merits as a hybrid image-text object. However, over the past few decades, academic scholars and museum curators have looked more closely at satirical prints in their own right and have yielded rich ...


Expressions Of Society: Selections From The Meyer P. And Vivian O. Potamkin Collection At Dickinson College, Sarah J. Bonice, Erin Shaughn Dempster, Zachary Robert Dorr, Tracy Elizabeth Ferro, Nichole Ann Halbritter, Jiyun Agnes Han, Christina A. Hazangeles, John Patrick Holden, Alexis Clare Hurley, Anne Cary Hyde, Janice Elizabeth Inners, Leigha Margaret Jennings, Veronika A. Lubbe, Katharine Rachel Martin, Caroline Elise Mortimer, Carolyn Lobdell Norris, Neela Kumari Shiralkar, Dora Alexia Stavrolakes, Sarah Katherine Wasdyke, Allana Michelle Weiss, Peter M. Lukehart, Trout Gallery Feb 1998

Expressions Of Society: Selections From The Meyer P. And Vivian O. Potamkin Collection At Dickinson College, Sarah J. Bonice, Erin Shaughn Dempster, Zachary Robert Dorr, Tracy Elizabeth Ferro, Nichole Ann Halbritter, Jiyun Agnes Han, Christina A. Hazangeles, John Patrick Holden, Alexis Clare Hurley, Anne Cary Hyde, Janice Elizabeth Inners, Leigha Margaret Jennings, Veronika A. Lubbe, Katharine Rachel Martin, Caroline Elise Mortimer, Carolyn Lobdell Norris, Neela Kumari Shiralkar, Dora Alexia Stavrolakes, Sarah Katherine Wasdyke, Allana Michelle Weiss, Peter M. Lukehart, Trout Gallery

Student Scholarship & Creative Works By Year

Catalog of the exhibition held Feb. 6-Mar. 14, 1998 at the Trout Gallery, Emil R. Weiss Center for the Arts, Dickinson College.

Senior Exhibit, Fine Arts Department, Professor Peter M. Lukehart, Dickinson College.

Expressions of Society therefore represents a cross-section of the Potamkin collection which is as diverse and individual as the twenty students who selected the works...The students made the decision to choose works that represent all aspects of the collection, including not only drawings, paintings, prints, and sculpture, but also books, art periodicals, and posters. Thus the exhibition includes both fine art and material culture, which we ...