art

Painter Sillman to demystify functions of color, perception

By JACK OWEN – 9 years ago

Through the Vassar Art Department’s Agnes Claflin lecture series, many revered artists have come to campus to share their insights, ranging from printmakers to sculptors. Next Tuesday’s lecture will feature…

Met’s impressionist installation an eye-opening experience

By ZOE DOSTAL – 9 years ago

When I first saw the title of the Metropolitan Museum’s spring blockbuster show, “Impressionism, Fashion and Modernity,” my initial thought was “Impressionism, schmessionism.” A movement once considered anti-establishment is now…

Campus Canvas

By MOOREA HALL-AQUITANIA – 9 years ago

I made this piece as a homework assignment for my drawing class. My teacher told us to draw whatever we wanted, and have it exemplify our identity as an artist…

Campus Canvas

By EMILY WHICHELOE – 9 years ago

I took this photo at the University of Buenos Aires (UBA) when I was abroad last semester. I continue to revisit this photograph as a representation of the university because…

Seniors collaborate on final film projects

By JACK OWEN – 9 years ago

For many Vassar film majors, senior year proves to be their chance to set themselves apart through their art, and at the same time to collaborate  on projects and support…

Behind Loeb acquistions: extensive research, curation

By JOHN PLOTZ – 9 years ago

It is commonly known among Vassar students—and among members of the surrounding community—that the Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center has a magnificent collection on display, ranging from Picasso to Pollock.…

Campus Canvas

By ALDEN ROSE – 9 years ago

I took this photo in the basement of my high school dormitory. It is of my friend Clare. I would categorize it as a snapshot. Snapshots are interesting because they…

Loeb a treasure trove of masterworks

By ZOE DOSTAL – 9 years ago

Let’s play a game of free-association. I’m going to drop some names, and tell me what first comes to mind: Pablo Picasso, Alexander Calder, Nicolas Poussin, Edvard Munch, Hubert Robert,…

‘Late Night’ juxtaposes stories, music

By EMMA DANIELS – 9 years ago

This evening, art, music and fiction will be juxtaposed at Late Night at the Lehman Loeb. Under the backdrop of the Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center’s permanent collection, students from…

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