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News, events and happenings from the Randolph College art department.

Zalewski presents paper & chairs panel at SECAC
Art professor presents talk on recently published article
Leanne Zalewski speaks at Poplar Forest
Maier hosts senior art exhibition and presentations
The senior art exhibition opened with a reception Tuesday at the Maier Museum of Art at Randolph College. Seniors will present their art history research Thursday at 4 p.m., also at the Maier.
Randolph hosts statewide art history symposium
In the March 22 symposium, five students from colleges around Virginia, including one Randolph student, will present papers on topics ranging from ancient art in India to modern pillaging of Iraqi art.
Randolph student poem selected for publication
A magazine known for publishing the early works of famous writers has selected a poem by Hannah Cohen ’15 for publication.
Maier opens two exhibitions Friday
Two art exhibitions—one curated by students and one featuring recent paintings by art professor Jim Muehlemann—will open with a reception at 6:30 p.m. Friday at the Maier Museum of Art at Randolph College.
Randolph art professor presents paper at Southeastern College Art Conference
Glenna Gray '14 presents research at national art history conference
Leanne Zalewski participates in conference in The Netherlands
Martha’s Vineyard internship confirms career choice for art history, museum studies student
Lian Perez ’14 has enjoyed exploring the museum marketing and public relations career through a summer internship.
Leanne Zalewski participates in summer teaching institute in Atlanta
“Dutch Art, Patrons, and Markets,” will take place at the High Museum, Atlanta
Leanne Zalewski presents paper at INCS conference.
Zalewski receives Diane and Trevor Morris Fellowship
Randolph College Art Students Help Anne Spencer House Identify Artifacts
WDBj 7 covers Randolph's new partnership
Randolph College Forms Partnership With Anne Spencer House
Students work to preserve Lynchburg icon's artifacts
Exhibition and concert highlights artwork of Arthur B. Davies and dance of Isadora Duncan
The Maier Museum of Art at Randolph College collaborated with the dance department for this interdisciplinary exhibition opening.
Summer program allows students to work on art and archaeological conservation projects
Archaeological Conservation Institute applications due Feb. 1
Isadora Duncan Dance Company to Perform at Randolph Jan. 18-19
Performances are in conjunction with the Maier Museum of Art at Randolph College's newest exhibition
New Exhibition at Randolph's Maier Museum of Art Features American Art by International Artists
Bridges Not Walls, the 101st Annual Exhibition, tells the story of cultures that have come together to create unique art
Tierney Dickenson ’14 enjoys Lyric Opera internship
The summer program gave Dickenson, an art major with a concentration in art history, the opportunity to learn how an arts-centered nonprofit works.

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