Making Math Beautiful
Applied mathematician and professional sculptor George Hart helped Macalester see the beauty in mathematical thinking.
Internships in the arts have helped three students realize that one can build a career in the art world.
An internship with the Midwest Art Conservation Center highlighted the value of art for Kelsey Coia ’16.
Worth 1000 Words
In Professor Eric Carroll’s photography class, students looked with new eyes at Macalester past and present.
Q & Artist
Samantha Leopold-Sullivan talks about her artwork.
Students share their joy at seeing the new building open its doors.
- Nov 10 Info Session for the U of M Masters of Landscape Architecture program
- Nov 10 Print Sale
- Nov 13 Empty Bowl Ceramic Workshop for Alumni
- Simon Koda '16, Egzon Sadiku '16 and Ariana Zaia '16 received the Joan Adams Mondale Scholarships for ceramics. Vice President Walter Mondale presented the first scholarships in person in November 2014.
- Michael Kreher '16 and Simon Koda '16, have been selected for the Art Department's postgraduate apprenticeship program for 2016-2017.
- Hundreds of bowls were made and donated by students in Gary Erickson's ceramic classes for the Empty Bowls Fundraiser April 10, 2016, benefiting Second Harvest Heartland.
- Painting II students created murals in the hallways and stairwells of the newly renovated Studio Art Building, 2016.
- Art History student Parker Field '15, presented a paper at the ACTC Symposium at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts in April 2015.
- Print II students donated original works to benefit the Simpson Housing Services in a show and sale at Burnett Gallery in the Chambers Hotel, Minneapolis in 2016.
- Art students worked with visiting artist Tattfoo Tan to create Free Seed Libraries to be distributed at public venues as part of the International Roundtable 2012.
- Students hand printed postcards highlighting St. Paul neighborhoods disrupted by the Light Rail project, supported by a grant from the Irrigate initiative.
- Print students created a portfolio for exhibit at the Tokyo Fine Arts University, Fall 2008. A copy is on view at the Macalester Humanities Resource Center.
- Pei-Hsuan Wang ’10, traveled to Jingdezhen, China, with ceramics professor Gary Erickson to see porcelain production in the city where it was invented. They stayed at Sanbao Ceramics Art Institute and visited universities, museums, and artists’ villages, Summer 2009.
Sample Topics Courses
- Race, Class & Gender in American Art
- Digging into Greek Art
- Art and the American Culture Wars
- Art and Technology
- Public Art
- Architectural Drawing