See time-lapse video and learn the story behind a mural painted by students studying art, biology and sustainability to present scientific data on local bird species and the Conodoguinet Creek.
From 'Paradise Lost' to the Carlisle Indian School to Homer Simpson, this fall's public arts events draw from diverse inspirations and showcase deep talent.
Rising sophomore Ana-Elena Karlova '21 is an intern in the Department of Europe at the Ministry of Economy of the Republic of Bulgaria.
Clara Roth ’21 assists photographer Jeffrey Stockbridge in project portraying Kensington, Pa., a community affected by the U.S. opioid crisis, weeks before his new book earned national acclaim.
At Dickinson, Clara Roth '21 has learned to advocate for herself and for those without a voice.
Meet Alden Mohacsi ’19, a history major, tour guide and first-year mentor who also plays guitar, works at The Trout Gallery and sings in the college choir and with the Crescendevils.
This year's studio art exhibition presents a thrilling mix of student art that draws from diverse personal experiences and lessons learned in arts, science and social science classes.
The Sylvia J. Smith '73 Artist-in-Residence program gives students the chance to meet with and be inspired by a professional artist with an experimental spirit.
An intro-level sculpture class battled mud, serendipity and wind and emerged with sustainability-themed art, now displayed in a public park.
Dickinson students will present an exhibition featuring works created in studio-art classes.
Artist Sif Ankergård shares her expertise during a residency at Dickinson.
A senior art-history exhibition showcasing scholarship on a New York Photo League photographer was made possible by an alumnus who connected the student curators with prints and firsthand sources.
Leann Leiter '08 merges art, cross-cultural communication and critical thinking honed at Dickinson College to inform her social-justice career.
Portraits are complex feminist manifestos for Lalla Essaydi, a noted international artist who recently visited Dickinson to discuss her cross-cultural work and meet with students.
The work of pioneering New York City commercial photographer and photojournalist Lida Moser will be on display at The Trout Gallery at Dickinson.
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