This summer, art fellows Jane Eskildsen ’19 and Reagan Alley ’18, with visual resources curator Rosie Meindl, began the work of bringing the Jessie L. Clough Art Memorial for Teaching at Rhodes into the digital age.
The scholarships were announced at the RiverArtsFest Invitational Opening on Oct. 13.
Alexandra Carter, featured in the Clough-Hanson Gallery exhhibit "In Conversation: Celebrating 100 Years of Women at Rhodes College," presents her work, which has taken her from Rhodes College to Goldsmith's College in London to residencies around to world, and finally to Los Angeles, where she currently lives.
Join us as we celebrate the opening of "In Conversation: Celebrating 100 Years of Women at Rhodes College."
In 1917, Rhodes College began admitting women on an equal basis with men. This exhibition celebrates the contributions of women faculty and alumnae from the Department of Art and Art History by placing them in conversation across generations around persistent themes in the study and creation of art.
‘Fathom’ intertwines notions of ritual, alchemy, and formal
exploration. It is an exhibition that surveys through sculpture
and video fundamental human curiosities, including phases of
change, units of measure and the persistence of
transformation—all of which shape cultural and personal mythos.
Ryan Rasmussen is a multi-disciplinary artist whose work spans practices in sculpture, installation, interactive objects, video, digital fabrication, printmaking, and things that have mass or do not. He has exhibited both nationally and internationally in such venues as Mathaf: Arab Museum of Modern Art in Doha, Qatar; CICA Museum of South Korea; the Glass Curtain Gallery in Chicago, IL and most recently at the Nancy Fyfe Cardozier Gallery in Midland-Odessa, TX.
The Department of Art & Art History is proud of its students, faculty, and alumni and their many accomplishments:
Two Rhodes students—Rachel Rotter ’18 and Bryan Martin ’17—have been selected for competitive internship programs at the Metropolitan Museum of Art (The Met) in New York City.
Miriam Clinton was awarded a fellowship from the Harvard University Center for Hellenic Studies for her project “The Minoan Modeling Project: 3D Modeling for a New Generation of Archaeological Publication.”