The Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery opened The Wall in Our Heads: American Artists and the Berlin Wall, curated by Haverford Postdoctoral Writing Fellow Paul M. Farber, with a reception and talk by Michael Kimmelman.
On Friday, Sept. 4, campus’ Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery kicked off its 2015/16 season with the opening reception for The Past Is A Foreign Country, the the first solo exhibition in North America by the Ivorian artist François-Xavier Gbré.
A New York Times article on art therapy in prison sparked her interest in the intersection of mental health and the arts, which led to her thesis comparing art therapy with the Outsider Art movement.
Sarah Wolberg ’15 is working in communications office of the Barnes Foundation, the Philadelphia museum that holds one of the finest collections of Post-Impressionist and early Modern paintings.
Postdoctoral Writing Fellow Paul Farber was one of the people behind the recent Monument Lab project at City Hall, a public art project that also involved many Haverford students and professors.