Professor Susan Verdi Webster combed through massive amounts of archival records in 16th-century Spanish script to detail the lives of artists in colonial Quito, Ecuador, for her new book.
More than 200 people attended the opening reception, held at Swem Library, to honor the three women, Lynn Briley ‘71, Janet Brown Strafer ‘71 and Karen Ely ’71, who moved into Jefferson Hall in 1967.
The new semester brings with it a vast array of opportunities for people to enjoy the arts at William & Mary.
A vendor's cancellation of solar eclipse viewing glasses spurs a creative solution a Swem Library.
As part of the kickoff to William & Mary’s yearlong 50th anniversary commemoration of its first African-American residential students, class members including students, faculty, alumni and community members created a mural this summer that will be permanently installed in Swem Library.
A total of $97,776 has been dedicated to sustainability projects around campus.
Twenty talented and trailblazing professors from William & Mary have been selected to receive the 2017 Plumeri Award for Faculty Excellence.
Nicole Santiago encourages the viewer to look deeper into her paintings, past the initial impression and into the larger possible messages.
New class by Eliot Dudik, visiting assistant professor of photography, teaches students the art of bookmaking
Alan Braddock, Ralph H. Wark Associate Professor of Art History & American Studies at William & Mary, co-edited, co-wrote the introduction and wrote an essay for the recently-published "A Greene Country Towne: Philadelphia’s Ecology in the Cultural Imagination."
Visiting Assistant Professor Eliot Dudik, who founded the photography program within the department of art and art history at W&M, photographed a Medal of Honor winner for a Veterans Day story in Vanity Fair.
This fall marks the first semester during which students in the fledgling photography program have their own darkroom and photo classroom.
A collaborative book-making experiment between visiting assistant professor, Eliot Dudik, and fellow photographer, Jared Ragland, with only 24 hours to complete from beginning to end.
One of only two of Botticelli’s paintings of an isolated Venus will be on view for the first time in the U.S. as part of a major exhibition opening at the Muscarelle Museum of Art in February 2017.
Whether visual art, theatre, dance, music or literature, the new semester brings with it a vast array of opportunities for people to enjoy the arts at William & Mary.
The following books by William & Mary faculty members were published in 2016.
W&M architecture instructor Ed Pease was part of the two-man team that designed Williamsburg’s Stryker Center.
The scholarships are reserved for sophomores and juniors who intend to pursue careers related to the environment or American Indian nations.
Art History Professor Charles Palermo's new book examines how Picasso's work reflected an emerging skepticism toward authority.
Five Advanced Architecture students recently worked on a project revamping spaces outside of Swem Library with an eye to making them more productive for the library’s programming, for student use and as outdoor classrooms
From a globally recognized leader in international criminal law and a leading linguistic scholar to a widely published neuroscientist, the 2016 Plumeri Awards for Faculty Excellence will be bestowed to 20 talented and visionary professors across William & Mary's campus.
The theatre department reached out to the physics department for insight as it prepared to perform 'Picasso at the Lapin Agile,' a comedy by Steve Martin that examines the intersection of art and science.
By day, Studio Art Technician Michael Draeger helps students create their art. Now his own artwork is showcased in the Andrews Gallery.
Mark your calendars for these arts-related events at William & Mary this spring.
A vacant hallway, a shadowy corner, a bathroom door, a couch from the 1970s, an entryway where the sunshine meets industrial lighting all provide inspiration for Painting Professor John Lee, who has done a series of paintings almost exclusively set in Millington and Andrews halls.
Artist Kristen Peyton '12 turns an ugly wall into a work of literary art.
The freestanding camera obscura behind the Muscarelle is a partnership between photography, physics and architecture.
"CAFO Culture: Visualizing Virginia's Factory Farms" opens Friday in an off-campus exhibition focused on environmental degradation associated with factory farms.
New exhibition examining the importance of planes in painting runs Oct. 14 through Nov. 6.
"Stain" is a collection of W&M Professor Brian Hulse's compositions performed largely by members of the William & Mary community
Learn about some of the arts-related events at William & Mary coming up in the fall semester.
Eliot Dudik's week as the photo ambassador for Virginia on the Photography web journal, Lenscratch, for their ongoing "The States Project". His work is also featured in the Smithsonian Magazine.
Congratulations to Prof. John Lee, Best in Show Winner 2015, The Charles Taylor Art Center, Hampton, VA. His First Place Award was part of the "Artists Who Teach" Exhibition.
Art History Professor Cristina Stancioiu will study portraiture in remote areas of Crete and Rhodes, thanks to a Franklin Research Grant.
Art and biology student Zoë Powell '16 is one of 10 undergraduates to be awarded a Virginia Museum of Fine Arts Fellowship.
The Distinguished Lecture Series will kick off with March 19 with the appearance of acclaimed photographer Duane Michals.
Four senior Art & Art History students are getting a crash course in photography even as the program continues to develop.
More than 100 photographers will be represented this week when "Breaking Ground" opens at Andrews Hall. The show heralds a new photography program at W&M.
New Course Engaged Students with Rare Visual Materials
On this 175th anniversary of the invention of photography, excitement and anticipation are stirring in the Department of Art & Art History at the College of William & Mary as we prepare to break ground on a new photography program, the first in the College's long history.
Government Instructor Kay Floyd discusses the changing face of diplomacy that influence her curating of the Muscarelle Art Museum exhibition of "Ballet, Ballots, and Bullets."
Two Arts & Sciences faculty members were recently recognized for their service to their colleagues and the College.
Traditional and Neo-Realism examples by acclaimed artist can be viewed near the second-floor lounge until Nov. 18.
World-renowned figurative painter Jerome Witkin critiqued undergraduate art during a master class at William & Mary.
The William & Mary department of art & art history presents Distinguished Lecture Series speaker Jerome Witkin on Oct. 7 at 6 p.m. in Andrews Hall Room 101. The event is free and open.
Anna Martin, vice president of administration, unveiled the revamped site plan for W&M’s Arts Quarter during the Board of Visitors meeting Thursday morning.
The beginning of the academic year is just days away, and William & Mary's calendar is already filling with events. Among those are multiple concerts, exhibitions and performances. Here is a look at some of the arts-related events at William & Mary coming up in the fall semester.
In May Jarrett exhibited his Honors project, "Human Praxis: LGBTQ Homeless Youth Center," at Andrews Gallery. The project conceives a transitional shelter for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer youth in Washington, D.C.
The Muscarelle Museum of Art celebrates its 30th anniversary with 25 drawings preserved by Michelangelo’s descendants from the family home, the Casa Buonarroti in Florence. On display Feb. 9 – April 14.
William Tate will continue the Art & Art History Distinguished Lecture series with a featured lecture on Jan. 28.