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Eidolon, Kathryn Cargill, Joelle Cicak, Micah Corso-Phinney, Jess Fleisch, Jana Ismail, Lucas Kang, Yuan Lin, Crysanthe Maggidis, Stephan Sieg, Samantha Siegfried, Peter Stefanowicz, Libin Wang, Lizzie Wilford, Ward Davenny, Trout Gallery Apr 2016

Eidolon, Kathryn Cargill, Joelle Cicak, Micah Corso-Phinney, Jess Fleisch, Jana Ismail, Lucas Kang, Yuan Lin, Crysanthe Maggidis, Stephan Sieg, Samantha Siegfried, Peter Stefanowicz, Libin Wang, Lizzie Wilford, Ward Davenny, Trout Gallery

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Catalogue of an exhibition at the Trout Gallery, April 29- May 21, 2016.

Senior Exhibit, Art and Art History Department, Prof. Ward Davenny, Dickinson College.

Both meanings of Eidolon are apropos to the work of these young artists. Narrative is not only found in a linear mode, but common to all the art is an awareness, presence, and molding of the past. Buried within each piece are particular histories of material, process, and imagery that unfold slowly, and yield echoes of previous states. There is certainly a sense of something apparitional, for the pieces have life, but live in a ...


Science In Early America: Print Culture And The Sciences Of Territoriality, Conevery Bolton Valencius, David I. Spanagel, Emily Pawley, Sara Stidstone Gronim, Paul Lucier Apr 2016

Science In Early America: Print Culture And The Sciences Of Territoriality, Conevery Bolton Valencius, David I. Spanagel, Emily Pawley, Sara Stidstone Gronim, Paul Lucier

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The article focuses on science in the early American republic. Topics discussed include the ways that scientific ideas and controversies illuminated and animated the intellectual and public life of Americans during the late 18th and early 19th centuries, and how the sciences of territoriality took form in several categories of early American print culture.


From Artist To Audience: Italian Drawings And Prints From The 15th Through 18th Centuries, C. Madeline Fritz, Paris Humphrey, Samantha Mendoza-Ferguson, Sara Pattiz, Rebecca Race, Isabel Richards, Samuel Richards, Melinda Schlitt, Trout Gallery Mar 2016

From Artist To Audience: Italian Drawings And Prints From The 15th Through 18th Centuries, C. Madeline Fritz, Paris Humphrey, Samantha Mendoza-Ferguson, Sara Pattiz, Rebecca Race, Isabel Richards, Samuel Richards, Melinda Schlitt, Trout Gallery

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Catalogue of an exhibition at the Trout Gallery, March 4- April 16 , 2016.

Senior Exhibit, Art and Art History Department, Prof. Melinda Schlitt, Dickinson College.

The thirty-two Italian drawings and prints from the Darlene K. Morris collection that comprise From Artist to Audience at The Trout Gallery constitute a variety and quality of artists, media, and subjects that could rival any of the exhibitions at the prominent museums listed above. Spanning from ca. 1490 to ca. 1770, these works were produced in the principal artistic centers of Italy, including Naples, Rome, Florence, Siena, Bologna, Parma, Ferrara, Venice, and Genoa. Virtually ...


Lynd Ward’S Modernist “Novels In Woodcuts”: Graphic Narratives Lost Between Art History And Literature, David M. Ball Jan 2016

Lynd Ward’S Modernist “Novels In Woodcuts”: Graphic Narratives Lost Between Art History And Literature, David M. Ball

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Lynd Ward’s “novels in woodcuts” — long-form narratives Ward pioneered in America between 1929 and 1937 and composed entirely in the medium of sequential wood engravings — have been widely neglected in both art historical and literary critical scholarship despite engaging crucial questions in American modernism and anticipating the contemporary rise of graphic narrative. Ward’s oeuvre here is viewed through his sustained ambivalence toward the commercialization of the arts, both in his texts and his work as a publisher. His critical erasure is as much a function of modernist scholarship’s continued irresolution toward the relationship between high art and ...