Photo from Middlebury Arts Calander
Artist (that’s her up there in that picture!) and peer Sally Caruso ’15.5 wants to let you know about something awesome and important:
Head to Johnson to see oil paint and ceramic portraits based on people of power and influence. Jim Butler, the professor of the class last spring, claimed that they “are the best group of student paintings he’s seen in 20 years.” RADICAL. Definitely worth a trip.
If you don’t get to Johnson much you are missing out–incredible, amazing things happen over there. This show is a prime example and it closes tomorrow so get down there ASAP.
Date: Closes Tuesday September 24 (tomorrow!)
Time: Open all day
The Studio Art Department’s senior exhibit opening is happening right now in Johnson, and will continue until 7:30. Check out thesis work by:
Hannah King ’13
Annie Ulrich ’13
Evio Isaac ’13
As always with these sorts of things, there’s sure to be some free food.
If you don’t make it to the opening, the show will be up for the next few days.
Tonight (Monday), Sanford Mirling’s Advanced Studio Art class will present their independent work in the Johnson Pit Space, starting at 7PM. Expect performance, video, 3D and 2D pieces.
We’ve followed this class’s work over the course of the semester (they had a separate show up for the spring symposium), and we’re expecting tonight to feature some of the more radical and exciting stuff to come out of Midd’s Studio Art department in a while. If you make it to Johnson once this semester, this is probably the night you want to be there.
Also, some of the posters around have noted that the opening will feature “chicks” with power tools. seems worth noting.
There will be free pizza, doughnuts, coca cola and other drinks.
Dylan Redford (video begins at: 7:00)