Posts tagged art
Posts tagged art
When visiting the Allen Memorial Art Museum, don’t forget to look up. For nearly a century of accumulated dirt, grime, and pollution has obscured one of the more captivating features inside the museum: … but no longer. (via Oberlin College & Conservatory)
When seeking modern and contemporary works from the Americas, look no further than the Allen Memorial Art Museum. From now until June 2015, the Ellen Johnson Gallery features Latin American and Latino art. (via Oberlin College & Conservatory)
Jazz bassist Milt Hinton’s photographs serve as valuable records of the jazz world from the perspective of one of its most celebrated insiders. A selection of his photographs will be on display in the Allen Memorial Art Museum (amamblog) through December 2014. (via Oberlin College & Conservatory)
"I’m first aware of things that I address in my work because I live them and go through them, and then I go and find the theories or the books to back up my lived experience." - Brannon Rockwell-Charland ‘14, winner of the 2014 AICUO Grand Award for Excellence in Visual Arts
Senior Studio artists work in a variety of media and produce artists’ statements, professional portfolios, along with the exhibitions. (via Oberlin College & Conservatory)
The only thing that would have made today’s Oberlin.edu BETTER… enjoy, Tumblr friends.
What’s it like to live with art? Watch four students and their experiences with Oberlin’s art rental program.
Embrace, a two-piece, water-jet-cut sculpture, is representative of the ways Robert Bosch ’85, Biggs Professor of Natural Science, has paired his academic training with his artistic interests. (via Oberlin College & Conservatory)
“By making things out of trash and electronics, I can intervene in the flow and learn about what it means when we throw away electronics.” - Professor Julia Christensen
“I love it when I meet someone who’s gone to Oberlin,” says Seth Rudetsky ’88, a Broadway performer, producer, and now host of two Sirius/XM radio shows. “You just assume they have the same values you do, that they’re smart, and they’re creative.” Seth Rudetsky (and more!) in the Oberlin Conservatory Magazine. (via Oberlin College & Conservatory)