There’s a lot going on at Hollins, and much of it is open to you. There are plays, concerts, lectures, sporting events, film festivals, dance performances, and art exhibits. In all, Hollins sponsors more than 200 events each year that are free and open to the public.
Spring dance represents a culmination of intense dedication to yearlong research methods and studio practices by Hollins undergraduate and graduate students that will manifest into vibrant dance and performance work.
This exhibition features the work of members of the Hollins University class of 2014 majoring in studio art: Elizabeth Avila, Gabrielle Awuma, Jennifer K. Broschart, Leslie Fowler, Hillary Kursh, Madeleine O. Long, Laura Pineda-Fischer, Nyssa Reagan, Rachel Ahava Rosenfeld, Palija P. Shrestha, Trudy Stevens, Rosalind Waiwaiole, and Nicole Cheyenne Whitlow. Join us for a campus preview reception on Tuesday, May 13, 6 - 8 p.m. to congratulate these hardworking students.
Throughout the month of April, the entire campus will explode with imaginative events, activities, and reflections as we turn our collective thoughts gloriously greenward. For more information on how to participate, go to www.hollins.edu/academics/theatre/pilgrim.