Zoe Strauss: Sea Change

Zoe Strauss: Sea Change

Opening January 23 at the Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery: In Sea Change, celebrated Philadelphia photographer Zoe Strauss traces the landscape of post-climate change America. 

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Arqueologías de destruccíon / Archaeologies of Destruction 1958-2014

Arqueologías de destruccíon / Archaeologies of Destruction 1958-2014

This exhibition traces the archaeological remnants of “destructivism” or “destruction Art” in Latin America as they continue to reverberate in our present.

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Mellon Creative Residencies for Spring 2015

Mellon Creative Residencies for Spring 2015

This spring, artists Ganzeer, Zoe Strauss, Katherine Ruffin, Eduardo Abaroa, Leticia El Halli Obeid, Shing Yin Khor, Sarah Becan, Adam Haslett, and Daniel Thomas Davis will collaborate with faculty, students, and staff throughout the Tri-College community.

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VIDEO: Zoe Strauss on Sea Change

VIDEO: Zoe Strauss on Sea Change

Artist Zoe Strauss and Haverford faculty Helen White and Paul Farber talk about the Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery exhibit "Sea Change."

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DECENTERED

DECENTERED

DE-CENTER yourself and read up on new projects with the Mellon Creative Residences Program, the Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery, and the Hurford Center for the Arts and Humanities.

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Supported by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the Mellon Creative Residencies encourage Bryn Mawr, Haverford, and Swarthmore faculty from across the three divisions—natural sciences, social sciences, and humanities—to design and implement arts residencies in conjunction with their curricular and scholarly agendas.

The program cultivates the broad integration of the arts in the liberal arts, seeking particularly to complement our curricular mission by supporting residencies that combine pedagogy, public presentation, and informal exchange among artists, faculty, students, the wider campus, and area communities. The program offers a variety of models for residencies, ranging from one week to an entire semester.

The term "artist" designates not only practitioners of traditional media—fine arts; music; theatre; filmmaking—but a full spectrum of creators, including innovative practitioners of scientific narrative and imaging, creative non-fiction writers, performance artists, illustrators, architects, sonic fabulists, environmental bricoleurs, explorers of virtual media and spaces, "outsider" image-makers, multimedia curators, and others working at the frontiers of what we think of as "art."

Events

Friday, March 6th, 2015