New exhibition curated by students presented at Reynolda House

The student-curated exhibition was inspired, in part, by Reynolda House’s major fall exhibition opening Sept. 14, “Dorothea Lange’s America,” which presents Lange’s haunting photographs of 1930s and 1940s America and features some of the most iconic images of the 20th century. O’Neill challenged her students to explore the ideas that would be presented in “Dorothea Lange’s America” and make connections to photographs in the Student Union Collection of Contemporary Art.

New Public Art on Campus

The eight student artists in David Finn’s Public Art class (ART 215) will be installing their work around the campus over the next 2 weeks. Some is inside buildings, at the Common Ground coffee shop, for example, and others are concentrated near the magnolia quad, the library and scales itself. One set of works is mysteriously ‘all over’The eight student artists in David Finn’s Public Art class (ART 215) will be installing their work around the campus over the next 2 weeks. Some is inside buildings, at the Common Ground coffee shop, for example, and others are concentrated near the magnolia quad, the library and scales itself. One set of works is mysteriously ‘all over’ and is available as Little_ Dark_Places on Instagram. For the full listing, with artist statements, please visit the (website) and is available as Little_ Dark_Places on Instagram. For the full listing, with artist statements, please visit the website.