A summary of the recent Williamson Gallery symposium on Martínez, held at Scripps.
An opportunity to view some of the marvelous works that have come into the Gallery’s collection this year.
At this Alumnae in the Arts event, a panel of Scripps alums – artists, art conservationists, gallerists, and art writers – gathered to discuss the topic of the gender gap within the visual arts.
Science, the environment, and politics are the themes taken up by 27 artists in the Gallery’s first show of the year, which conveys the strength and breadth of work produced by women printmakers today.
The Williamson Gallery’s interns have teamed up to create an exhibition on a theme of their choosing.
Join us as we celebrate Alfredo Ramos Martínez, known to the Scripps community by the fresco he created in the Margaret Fowler Garden. Today, Martínez’s work continues to eloquently communicate his experience of the United States and Mexico in the first half of the 20th century.
Join us at the Hampton Room, Malott Commons, Scripps College at noon on Tuesday, March, for a talk on sacred landscapes by Regula Feldman Campbell ’69.
Join us at the Hampton Room, Malott Commons, Scripps College at noon on Tuesday, February 25, for a talk on African Art at LACMA, and for a tribute to Prof. Samella Lewis. As the first tenured African American professor at the Claremont Colleges, Dr. Lewis taught art history at Scripps College from 1969 to 1984, enriching the experience of art for countless students.
Elizabeth Robbins Turk ’83, sculptor and recipient of a MacArthur Award, will present “Nothing Is Everything: How the Negative Defines the Positive.”
The conservation of the Shakespeare reliefs on campus was one project that received financial support at the annual meeting of the Scripps Collectors’ Circle. Members also voted to include photography, Japanese paintings, ceramics and artists’ books to the College’s collection of artworks.