Sue Johnson, professor of art, exhibits her work in a solo exhibition titled, “Hall of Portraits from The History of Machines,” at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts in Richmond, Virginia, August 14, 2020 to February 7, 2021.
Johnson’s “Hall of Portraits from The History of Machines” project … Find Out More
Sue Johnson, professor of art, exhibits her work in a solo exhibition titled, “Hall of Portraits from The History of Machines,” now on view at VisArts Gibbs Street Gallery in Rockville, Maryland, from Sept. 11 – Oct. 18, 2020. The free virtual opening takes place on Sept. 25, from 5-7 p.m. RSVP for… Find Out More
Recent St. Mary’s College art and art history alumnae Brooke Lamplough ’19 and Cecelia Marquez ’18, along with Tristan Cai, assistant professor of photography, were included in the exhibition “New Photography II” at the Academy Art Museum in Easton, Maryland. Running from August 1- October 7, 2020… Find Out More
Ophir Agassi, visiting assistant professor of art, will be teaching painting and drawing courses at SMCM during the 2020-21 academic year in the Department of Art & Art History. The Painting Center in New York City recently featured his work in Ophir Agassi: Art Making Experience During Covid-… Find Out More
Assistant Professor in Art History Emily Casey has received a short-term fellowship from the Program in Early American Economy and Society at the Library Company of Philadelphia to conduct research for her book project, "Hydrographic Vision: Imagining the Sea and British America, 1750-1800."
Sue Johnson, professor of art, is one of 10 artists who have been awarded a VMFA Visual Arts Fellowship in the professional category for 2020-21. This is an $8,000 award to be used by the artist to support their creative practice, and also includes opportunities for fellowship recipients to exhibit… Find Out More
Emily Casey, assistant professor of art history, has been selected to participate in the Attingham Trust's Royal Collection Studies course in London this fall. The Attinhgam Trust, dedicated to fostering knowledge about the arts and cultural heritage in Britain, offers residential study courses on… Find Out More
Sue Johnson, professor of art, has been awarded a fully-funded residency fellowship by The Millay Colony for the Arts. The colony is one of the oldest multidisciplinary artist residencies in the world. Since its inception by Norma Millay in 1973, thousands of writers, poets, visual artists,… Find Out More
On Thursday, January 23, from 5 – 6:30 p.m., The Boyden Gallery will hold an opening reception for an exhibition created with a unique collection held in the Archives. The family of Thomas M. Barrett, a popular professor of Russian and world history, donated his collection of science fiction and… Find Out More