Juried student painting/photography show
4-5:30 p.m. in Winston Hall
"FA Alum: What is Architecture School Like?"
4:30-5:30 p.m. in Atkinson Hall
"Commedia dell'arte" Matthew Wilson
Workshop at 4 p.m.; Performance at 8 p.m. in Winston Hall
Exhibition - Opening Reception
4-5:30 p.m. in Atkinson Museum
February 17- March 20
Jonathan Metzger, "Mise en Scene"
Art Exhibition featuring work by Allison Wegren-Metzger
Alex Grabiec, "Recent Photographic Work - An Artist's Talk "
5:30-6:30 p.m. in Winston Hall
Opening Reception - Student Art Exhibition
4- 5:30 p.m. in Atkinson Museum
April 30 - May 10
Student Art Exhibition
Unclassified: The Military Kid Art Show
an exhibit of artwork by kids in military families
The Hampden-Sydney Architectural Society Decontructs the Campus, One Building at a Time
Winston Hall, Cushing Hall, Venable Hall
a guided tour into areas normally closed to the public, seeking out clues to the building's history and its secrets
The Hunt is On: Senior Thesis Exhibition of Photography
PORTRAITURE: CAPTURING THE SOUL OF THE SITTER
presentation by David Lewis, Barger Professor of Fine Arts, Hampden-Sydney College
sponsored by the Central Virginia Arts and Atkinson Museum
Jefferson's Architecture and Dabney Cosby in Southside Virginia
a look at the builder who brought a touch of Thomas Jefferson to the Hampden-Sydney campus
Dr. Richard Guy Wilson, Commonwealth Professor of Architectural History, University of Virginia
Flower Symbolism in Dutch Still Life
Mary Prevo, Art Historian, Hampden-Sydney College
Senior Thesis projects by Justyn Tisdale: The Bear Essentials and William Henry: Figure/Ground
Stuart Kessler is a practicing architect in New York and Charlottesville and founder and CEO of Nordic Group of Companies, a real estate development group
presented by the H-SC Architectural Society and the Fine Arts Department.
Art: 21, Art in the Twenty-first Century
Season One Screenings
Hosted by Mary Prevo, Art Historian, Hampden-Sydney College
Art in the 21st Century
Hampden-Sydney College was selected as one of five venues in Virginia to offer an advance screening of the new season of Art in the Twenty-First Century, the Peabody award-winning documentary on PBS.
Through in-depth profiles and interviews, the four-part series reveals the inspiration, vision, and techniques behind the creative works of some of today's most thought-provoking artists. The episodes provide an educational opportunity for dialogue inspired by contemporary art and the ideas it expresses, hosted by Art Historian Mary Prevo, H-SC Department of Fine Arts.
The following episodes screened at Hampden-Sydney:
Boundaries presents artists who synthesize disparate aesthetic traditions, present taboo subject matter, discover innovative uses of media, and explore the shape-shifting potential of the human figure. David Altmejd, assume vivid astro focus, Lynda Benglis, and Tabaimo are featured.
History showcases artists who play with historical events, explore and expose commonly held assumptions about historic 'truth', and create narratives based on personal experiences. Marina Abramović, Glenn Ligon, and Mary Reid Kelley are featured.
Balance features, through sculpture, paintings, and installations, the artists as they grapple with equilibrium and disequilibrium and create highly structured works that challenge conventional notions of perception and representation. Rackstraw Downes, Robert Mangold, and Sarah Sze are featured.
Fine Arts Presentation by Artist Rose Frantzen
Ms. Frantzen is a prominent portrait painter and her visit coincides with Professor Lewis' class on portraiture.
The Architectural Society Tours in Richmond
Join the Architectural Society of Hampden-Sydney College for a guided tour of the Capital Building, the Building Museum which is home to the Richmond chapter of the American Institute of Architects, and the solar house.
QEP Symposium Screening of PICTURES FROM A REVOLUTION
The film by Susan Meiselas--introduction of the film by Dr. Lizardo M. Herrera, Visiting Assistant Professor of Modern Languages at H-SC
QEP Symposium by Margarita Montealegre: IMAGES OF INSURRECTION & REVOLUTION IN NICARAGUA
Montealegre is a documentary photographer and Visiting International Scholar at H-SC--introduction will be by Professor Mary Prevo, Adjunct Associate Professor of Fine Arts at H-SC
Opening of Museum Exhibit: PHOTOGRAPHIC WORKS BY MARGARITA MONTEALEGRE AND DAVE WOODY
Montealegre and Woody are Visiting Instructors of Fine Arts 2010-11 M
QEP Symposium Panel with Dr. Edward L. Kinman, Dr. W. John Green, & Dr. William C. Holliday: CENTRAL AMERICA: NICARAGUA IN HISTORICAL CONTEXT
Fine Arts Lecture by Architectural Historian Calder Loth: PALLADIO, JEFFERSON, & THE AMERICAN ARCHITECTURAL IMAGE
The Architectural Society Deconstructs Cushing Hall at Cushing Patio
The Hampden-Sydney Architectural Society Deconstructs the campus one building at a time. Cushing Hall. Join us for a guided tour into areas normally closed to the public as we seek out clues to the building's history and secrets.
Fine Arts Lecture by Dave Woody, H-SC Visiting Lecturer in Fine Arts: RECENT PHOTOGRAPHIC WORK
Dave Woody received the first place prize in the Outwin Boochever Portrait Competition at the National Portrait Gallery for his photograph, titled Laura, which was chosen from a field of more than three thousand entries in every visual-arts medium. Professor Woody, the 2010-2011 visiting lecturer in photography at HSC will speak about his recent photographic work.
Opening Museum Exhibit Galary Talk with Dr. Charles E. Pearson
In honor of the Inauguration of President Christopher Howard: THE ARTS, CREATIVITY & THE HAMPDEN-SYDNEY MAN
A celebration in song, words and art by students of the Fine Arts Department on the 235th anniversary of the opening of the College
Margarita Montealegre, 2010-2011 Visiting International Scholar from Nicaragua, joined the Fine Arts Department to teach documentary photography.
Dave Woody, award-winning photographer, joined the department to teach photography while Professor Pam Fox was on sabbatical, 2011.
Photo: Woody, Laura, color photograph, 2009.