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“I love the opportunities Dickinson has provided," says Ernest Entsie ’21, a Ghana native who has studied history in Rwanda, interned in Italy and explored careers in New York City.
The Smithsonian's Freer Gallery of Art sheds light on the vision, and, Elizabeth Lee argues, the disability, of Charles L. Freer. And it begs questions about how and why collectors acquire art.
Art & art history major secure jobs in marketing, higher education and agriculture.
A look back at 10 years of a dynamic artist-in-residence program and the ways it touches the lives of students, faculty and professional artists alike.
COVID-19 closures forced students to radically rethink their senior art exhibition, midstream. The exhibition, their processes and their artwork reflect the zeitgeist of the extraordinary times.
Students in Associate Professor of Studio Art Anthony Cervino's Fundamentals of Sculpture learn sculpting principles to construct unique and creative artworks using basic household materials.
The 2020 art-history capstone exhibition, Framing Space, highlights 30 works from The Trout Gallery's permanent collection, many never before seen in public exhibition at Dickinson.
Sammy Polinsky '19, the Dickinson Department of Art & Art History’s post-baccalaureate artist-in-residence for 2019-20, will display her works during a special exhibition.
A student-curated exhibition exploring the concept of represented and perceived space in paintings, prints, drawings and photographs will be on display at The Trout Gallery.
Philly-area alumni, John Dickinson Society members and Old West Society members meet at the Barnes Foundation to learn about a key figure in modern American art.
The Dickinson Arts Collective will host a juried exhibition, Feb. 21-28, with an opening reception on Friday, Feb. 21.
A new exhibition exploring spirituality in the visual arts will be on display at The Trout Gallery.
Dickinson’s Department of Art & Art History is celebrating the 10-year anniversary of the Sylvia J. Smith Artist-in-Residence Program with a special exhibition.
The public is invited to The Trout Gallery for “Twilight at the Trout,” a series of lectures and family activities related to current exhibitions and works of art.
This spring's public arts events include three major anniversary celebrations, the first staged Dickinson opera in two decades and thought-provoking social-justice works. See video to learn more.
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