This exhibition features the work of members of the Hollins University class of 2016 majoring in studio art: Georgina Alice, ASH, Gabrielle Heard, Rebecca L. Johnson, Cheyenne Lee, Anna Robertson, MaKayla Songer, Shannon Nicole Ulmer, and Ashley Woodward. The exhibition is the final requirement for art students earning their Bachelor of Arts at Hollins, and is the capstone experience of their yearlong senior project.
This exhibition features work selected by student curators of Hollins University's spring semester class "Behind the Scenes at the Museum: Principles and Practice of Curatorship within Contemporary Art," co-taught by Jenine Culligan, Museum Director, and Kathleen Nolan, Professor of Art History. Over the course of the semester, the class will experience a variety of museum-related endeavors. Student curators present their own thematic exhibition using the museum's collection as inspiration.
In conjunction with Hollins University’s Women Working With Clay Symposium, the Wilson Museum presents an exhibition of work by the program’s director, Donna Polseno; presenters Syd Carpenter, Michelle Erickson, Liz Quackenbush, and Tara Wilson; and featured speaker Sylvie Granatelli. This symposium emphasizes the creative process from every level. At the same time, it looks at the particular aspects and points of view that may be unique to women working in clay.