Maisie Ogata ’14, perhaps Middlebury’s most prolific performance artist, will perform two new pieces at M Gallery tonight. Maisie writes in her artist statement: “I make work that makes me uncomfortable. My work is self involved and a bit obsessive. It’s messy. It’s ugly. It’s probably boring to a lot of people. It’s pathetic. It won’t let go. And it’s a bit crazy.” Maisie’s work is almost guaranteed to makeContinue reading
Ally Silberkleit ‘13.5, who has created some of the most compelling and well-crafted pieces to come out of Midd’s studio art program in recent years, is showing her thesis work in Johnson on Thursday afternoon. To see some of Ally’s past work, check out a Baltimore (her new hometown) art blog’s coverage of her Fall 2013 M Gallery show here. Virginia Yarboro ’14, Sally Caruso ‘15.5 and Dylan Otterbein ’16 will alsoContinue reading
Artist (that’s her up there in that picture!) and peer Sally Caruso ‘15.5 wants to let you know about something awesome and important: Head to Johnson to see oil paint and ceramic portraits based on people of power and influence. Jim Butler, the professor of the class last spring, claimed that they “are the best group of student paintings he’s seen in 20 years.” RADICAL. Definitely worth a trip. IfContinue reading
The Studio Art Department’s senior exhibit opening is happening right now in Johnson, and will continue until 7:30. Check out thesis work by: Hannah King ’13 Annie Ulrich ’13 Evio Isaac ’13 As always with these sorts of things, there’s sure to be some free food. If you don’t make it to the opening, the show will be up for the next few days.
Tonight (Monday), Sanford Mirling’s Advanced Studio Art class will present their independent work in the Johnson Pit Space, starting at 7PM. Expect performance, video, 3D and 2D pieces. We’ve followed this class’s work over the course of the semester (they had a separate show up for the spring symposium), and we’re expecting tonight to feature some of the more radical and exciting stuff to come out of Midd’s Studio ArtContinue reading