He’s done it all — painting, curating, teaching, critiquing. And now Robert Storr, dean of Yale School of Art, is
This week might be dedicated to “Art & Politics” and the more serious side of art. But there is still a place for whimsy, and at 3 p.m. today in the Strohl Art Center, a new show is opening to celebrate it.
Chautauqua has a new addition — its very own crashed RQ-170 drone. For those who have not walked past the
Chautauqua Institution is a place for the visual arts. From Special Studies courses to the School of Art, there are classes in everything from art history and theory, to how throw a pot on the wheel.
This Sunday, look for the red balloons — and for the artists beneath. For this year’s major fundraiser, VACI Partners,
For the past four weeks, students have been working hard at the Chautauqua Institution School of Art. They’re now ready to show off the fruits of their labor.
It is not often that an artist teams up with a chemical engineer, but that is exactly what James Sham
Circles. Squares. The most basic figures in art, they rarely make solo appearances in galleries; however, a new exhibit, “The Circle/Square Game,” is opening today at the Strohl Art Center to celebrate these two basic shapes. The debut also features a reception from 3 to 5 p.m. today at Strohl.
Many artists paint on paper. Helen Frederick paints with paper. Frederick, who will speak at 7 p.m. tonight in the
The allusive title of this exhibition, conceived by Galleries Director Judy Barie, suggests a play on the contemporary phrase “farm to table.”