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Sunday, May 1, 2016
6th Annual Juried Student Art Exhibition, Great Oaks Hall, RMSC

The 6th Annual Juried Student Art Exhibition is now on view in the Great Oaks Hall in the Milliken Science Building.  From approximately 100 works submitted, this year's juror, associate professor of studio art Michael Brodeur of Furman University, selected 24 works for inclusion.  Photographs dominate the exhibition this year, but prints, drawings, and paintings are also included.  An opening reception will be held on April 28th between 4:00 and 6:00 PM. 

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Drawn from Landscape: Studies from the Art and Earth Collaboration, Martha Cloud Chapman Gallery

In the spring of 2016, Wofford professors Kris Neely and Dr. Kaye Savage continued their course collision collaboration by sharing field experiences between two distinct courses. The classes met together once each week to investigate the natural sources of art materials through hands-on laboratories. Students used natural materials - soapstone, clay, handmade watercolors, chalk, charcoal, and graphite - to interpret and communicate attributes of the landscape. Each of the five sections of this exhibition represents the work of a group with members from both courses -- Materials and Methods (ARTS 247), mostly first year students,  and Art and Earth (ENVS 330), a class of five senior art and science students. The art, objects, and curated information in this exhibition represent the students' own work and their collaborative visions.

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The Dead Father Portfolio, Sandor Teszler Library Gallery
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Wofford College's Special Collections is pleased to exhibit its copy of The Dead Father Portfolio, one of 26 copies of a special edition of The Dead Father Poems (Holocene Publishing, 2000), a book written by Wofford professor John Lane and illustrated with etchings by Douglas Whittle.
4:00 PM
Goldtones Spring Concert, Sandor Teszler Library
7:00 PM
Wofford Singers Spring Concert, Leonard Auditorium