The Art History Club’s inaugural show, curated from submissions from the Chestertown and WAC communities opened on Friday evening. The event allows students, professors and artists to come together to celebrate the union of nature and the man-made world. The show is in Daly 208, the office of professor Benjamin Bellas- making it a truly unique experience on campus.
Kohl Gallery’s final fall exhibition opened October 18 with introductions by Dr. Alex Castro, Kohl Gallery benefactor Judy Kohl, collector and curator Eric Denker, and Phillip Earenfight, the director of Dickinson’s Trout Gallery. Reflections and Undercurrents is on display until December 10, 2013. The Gallery is open Wednesday through Sunday, 1 to 6 PM. The exhibition is made possible by Dickinson’s Trout Gallery and sponsored by the Washington College Department of Art and Art History.
Vicco von Voss ’91 returns to campus to showcase his functional art in the Kohl Gallery. Transformations “presents only some of Vicco’s most recent pieces. They do represent how he has perfected his craft, forged and tempered his personal and professional credo,” writes Susan Tessem, professor of art, emeritus. Von Voss credits Tessem and Frank Creegan, professor of chemistry, emeritus, with shaping his life and career in significant ways. Read more about Transformations here.