2018 SUMMER PROJECT
Kate Singer (Principle Investigator, Mount Holyoke College), Dani Planer (Mount Holyoke College), Jacob Henry Leveton (Northwestern University)
In July 2018, VàTc members will take part in a new collaboration. The purpose will be to create an art installation—including found geological objects, plastic dinosaur replicas, video, and sound—and a "zine" on transgender intersectional politics, global warming, and shared social-environmental precarity, both of which will debut at the September 2018 symposium, Resistance in the Spirit of Romanticism at the University of Colorado Boulder.
Image: Thomas Cole, View from Mount Holyoke, Northampton, Massachusetts, after a Thunderstorm—The Oxbow, 1836. Oil on canvas, 51.50 x 76.00 in. (130.80 x 193.00 cm.), Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of Mrs. Russel Sage, 1908. Public Domain
MIXED MEDIA DIORAMA
We love to collaborate at « Ventre à Terre Collective » : Art, Theory, & Politics for the Anthropocene. This Mixed Media Diorama was a project created by several of our students and instructors. We’re especially proud of our teamwork on the Mixed Media Diorama project. Our artists and staff crafted a winning and creative approach to accomplishing all of their artistic goals.
STILL LIFE PAINTING
Still Life Painting was created late last year in a weekly class. The artist took it home — but we think it belongs in a museum. The Still Life Painting project was a huge accomplishment of one of our artists and we are so pleased that Pottery Teacher created such a beautiful example. Want to find out more? Get in touch with us today.