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LOOK! – On the Nature of Perception Student-Curated Exhibition in Beckman Hall, 4th Floor

January 16, 2024 by | Escalette Permanent Collection of Art

Students in Marcus Herse’s Spring 2023 Curatorial Practice class partnered with the Escalette Collection of Art to curate and install an exhibition on the 4th floor of Beckman Hall. LOOK! – On the Nature of Perception is a socially aware exploration of the theme of perception, both in formal and conceptual terms. The students in Curatorial

Relative Fantasies – Student-Curated Exhibition New to Beckman Hall 4th Floor

May 8, 2023 by | Wilkinson College

A transformation of the 4th floor of Beckman Hall is underway thanks to two student-curated exhibitions featuring artwork from the Escalette Collection of Art. The first exhibition, titled Relative Fantasies, is now on display in the hallway outside of Academic Advising. Relative Fantasies was curated by students in Georgia Lassner’s Contemporary Gallery Practices (ART 296) course. As part

Let’s Get Spooky with The Escalette Collection Paintings that will get you in the spooky spirit but won't terrify you!

October 25, 2021 by Angelique Acuna | Escalette Permanent Collection of Art

When the weather gets (slightly) cooler, friends thrift for the perfect costume, and campus clubs give candy by the handful, you know Halloween is just around the corner! One of my favorite things to do to get into the spooky spirit is experience or create art! Whether that be watching spooky movies or carving pumpkins,

Art Ambassadors at the Parent Spring Summit

March 2, 2020 by | Escalette Permanent Collection of Art

On February 21st, the Escalette Collection Student Art Ambassadors participated in the Parent Spring Summit by giving art tours to parents and students. The day started with a tour of the outdoor sculptures on campus given by Alyson Brandes and Haley Teves. The sculptures share a theme of movement and ever-changing perspectives. The tour group

Sugar, Spit, and Bay Area Grit

February 19, 2015 by | Escalette Permanent Collection of Art

Nathan Oliveira was a native California artist (born in Oakland) and since the 1950s has been the subject of thousands of solo and group exhibitions worldwide. He is most commonly associated with the Bay Area Figurative movement, which emerged as a reaction to the Abstract Expressionism of the 1950s and 60s. To this day the

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