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Faculty Focus: Art & Art History and the Suzanne H. Arnold Art Gallery
06.07.13 |
Barbara McNulty
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The Suzanne H. Arnold Art Gallery is a key partner in connecting the campus-wide curriculum, the Colloquium Series, and other multidisciplinary activities to life on campus. Dr. Barbara McNulty, director of the Suzanne H. Arnold Art Gallery, collaborates with Michael Pittari, chair of art & art history and associate professor of art, on courses and exhibitions that tie into the Colloquium theme, for example. The two also work with faculty from across campus to integrate the Gallery into the curriculum.

“One of the missions of the Gallery is to have as many people as possible from the community and College to become involved in what’s going on here,” McNulty explained.

Participating in the annual Colloquium is central to that mission. The 2011-2012 Colloquium theme was “Money,” and the Gallery mounted a partner exhibition titled, “Money, Art, and the Art of Money.” A fall 2012 exhibition, “A Feast for the Eyes,” was designed to dovetail with the 2012-2013 Colloquium theme, “Happiness.”

In association with the theme for 2013–2014, “Revolution,” Dr. Grant Taylor, associate professor of art history, is working with McNulty and curating an exhibition of computer-generated artwork, titled “The American Algorists: Linear Sublime.” The four artists featured in the exhibition—Manfred Mohr, Jean-Pierre Hébert, Mark Wilson, and Roman Verostko—will visit LVC during the academic year to meet with students and lecture.

Taylor and McNulty are continuing to work with other departments, including mathematical sciences, digital communications, computer science, and education, to develop opportunities to engage a diversity of students during the year’s Gallery events.

“A lot of students may never have been presented with the experience of being in the Gallery, and that can be really eye-opening,” McNulty stated. “It’s fun to see them realize that there is a broader range of our culture that is accessible to them.”


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