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UNSETTLED 2020 Studio Art Senior Capstone Exhibition

2020 Studio Art Senior Capstone Exhibition


Kohl Gallery is pleased to present UNSETTLED, our annual Senior Capstone Exhibit, featuring works by graduating seniors in Studio Art: Tatiana Baughman, Heber Guerra-Recinos, Drake Harrison, Hannah Powell, Casey Wolhar and Wenqi Yu. This year, due to the COVID-19 crisis, we re-imagined this special annual event as an online exhibition, accompanied by additional interpretive materials including an exhibition catalog, and a YouTube series featuring discussions with each student about their work and process. To view the complete exhibition and interviews, please visit the exhibit website:


About Kohl Gallery

Kohl Gallery fosters the study and understanding of art through a diverse range of exhibitions and public programs.  Embracing its liberal arts context, Kohl endeavors to present fresh perspectives on historical and contemporary art and to promote interdisciplinary conversations about historical, social, and cultural issues of significance to the community of Washington College, Chestertown, and beyond.     


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Kids in the Kohl Gallery

Washington College students work with professors and children for a hands-on paper cutting activity after learning about how geometric forms are used in every day life in the Middle East.  The educational program was organized by Professors Ben Tilghman and Sara Clarke-Vivier.


Recently the Kohl Gallery at Washington College hosted a different type of student visitor. While the gallery always serves a vital role for students and faculty in the department of Art + Art History, and enriches campus life as a whole, it is not often home to the under-10 crowd. On March 9th that all changed…

Read more HERE by Sara Clarke-Vivier, Department of Education and Ben Tilghman, Department of Art + Art History