Recent Past Events

  • Studio Art Thesis Exhibit

    Studio Art Thesis Presentations and Art Exhibit opening.

    Johnson Memorial Building, Pit Space

    Open to the Public
  • Stirs, haunts, movement: visual ruminations on solitude and grief in apocalyptic time. Gallery show & words from artist

    Gallery show with words from the artist.

    After a year of immersing herself in academic literature and art about the apocalypse, Olivia created a photographic series of her personal and bodily interactions with space and apocalyptic time. This photographic series explores haunting, solitude, temporal identity, and grief. Words from the artist will being at 7:30pm and will merge a description of the academic investigations in Olivia’s environmental studies and religion thesis with the personal process of art making in apocalyptic time.

    Johnson Memorial Building, Pit Space

    Open to the Public
  • Artists in Dialogue: Jon Henry & Mikael Owunna, Moderated by Andrew Plumley '11

    Photographers Jon Henry and Mikael Owunna discuss their artistic responses to police murder of Black men. Andrew Plumley ’11 (Senior Director, Equity & Culture, American Alliance of Museums) moderates this online conversation, which will include audience Q&A. Free.

    Advance registration required. Learn more and register: https://bit.ly/OwunnaHenry.

    American Sign Language interpretation and live closed captioning provided. Accessibility questions? Contact Mikki Lane, 802.443.2309 or mlane@middlebury.edu.

    Virtual Middlebury

    Open to the Public
  • Studio Art Thesis Exhibition

    The Studio Art Program presents the work of the Senior Thesis Studio Art class (ART700) on May 21st, 2021. The exhibition’s reception will take place in the Johnson Memorial Building Central Atrium (Pit and Mezzanine) from 5PM-7PM. 

    Johnson Memorial Building, Pit Space

    Closed to the Public