“Archaeologies of Destruction” at Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery

“Archaeologies of Destruction” at Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery

  In the 1950s and 1960s, Latin American politics and society were roiled by economic turmoil, bombings, and militaristic regimes. Against this backdrop, a number of artists sought to question and negate the apparent need for violence through artistic...
Papyrus: Learning an Ancient Art

Papyrus: Learning an Ancient Art

Mellon Creative Resident and Director of Book Arts at Wellesley College Katherine Ruffin leads a Papyrus Workshop in Ryan Gymnasium. Ruffin talks about different materials used for writing during the papyrus-making workshop. Associate Professor of English Laura...
Class-Created Student Exhibitions in Magill

Class-Created Student Exhibitions in Magill

Walk around Magill and you might notice certain pop-up exhibits installed in various locations in the library. They are part of Three Exhibitions: With and without Margaret Ralston Gest, which opened Friday, Nov. 14. The three pop-up exhibits were created by students...
Another Busy Night on Campus

Another Busy Night on Campus

Last Thursday night (4/3) was packed with discussions, workshops, and presentations, with something for everyone on the calendar. Here’s a roundup of photos from just a few of the many events that took place. Re: Humanities Poster Presentations Organized by...
The Hurford Humanities Center adds “arts” to its name.

The Hurford Humanities Center adds “arts” to its name.

In recognition of the increasingly important role of the arts in the work of the Hurford Humanities Center, the Center has been renamed the John B. Hurford ’60 Center for the Arts and Humanities.  And on Friday, December 2, the Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery was host to a...