Date: 4:00pm EDT October 26, 2017
Art + Art History Department Lecture by Renee van der Stelt
Renee van der Stelt is a deeply perceptive artist who frequently draws inspiration and imagery from the natural environment. She has a strong relationship to a number of Washington College students in Art, Environmental Studies and other majors from her roles as a former Visiting Assistant Professor of Art and her ongoing teaching of WC’s Environmental and Public Art course. See more of the artist’s work at www.reneevanderstelt.com. This is the first speaker of our 2017-2018 Visiting Artist Lecture Series.
Following the artist talk, please join us to view Renee van der Stelt’s exhibit, titled What Lies Beneath, at China Hutch Projects (211 Philosophers Terrace). China Hutch Projects (www.chinahutchprojects.com) is an off-campus art exhibition space affiliated with the Art + Art History Department. A reception for Renee’s exhibit at China Hutch will begin at 5:30pm.