You may wonder why a print by the great observer
of the German proletariat, Käthe Kollwitz, is
included in the biennial faculty show (Payne Gallery through
The reason is that for the first time,
the show includes not only work by the studio art faculty
but pieces from
art history faculty. Hence the title: “The Faculty
Creates, the Faculty Collects.” Martha Kearns, an
adjunct lecturer from Philadelphia, has written a well-received
of Kollwitz, and she has loaned her own print.
Diane Radycki, director of the gallery and
assistant professor of art history, has contributed an
of the flora and fauna of Surinam by a French naturalist,
The studio art faculty often surprise
you with the media they choose for their own work. Rudy
chair of the department, is showing a beautiful ceramic
(created with Jenny Nahan Gidley) of sea creatures
on a dappled ground called “The
Minoans Meet Seurat.” Gerard Maynard, an experimental
painter, ventures into photography with a huge aerial
320 digital images put together—of Ground Zero
in its first stages of reconstruction. Anne Dutlinger
Nicholas ’01 have an installation that comments
on graphic musical notation, using a score by a Japanese
Most, however, work in their expected medium.
Renzo Faggioli, ceramicist in residence, offers large
Jan Ciganick, exquisite watercolors of historic buildings;
Carol Heft, sensuous figure studies; Doug Zucco,
elegant books and wall hangings of rich hand-cast paper.
new (in both senses) media instructor Krista Steinke
us on a video tour of Europe. And much, much more!
are these people? Faculty photos from
the Dark Ages.
awards, Arts Ovation awards, Seminary
art show in Payne Gallery.
on women, careers, mentors, featuring Dee Dee
Myers as keynote speaker.