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Senior art show participants speak about projects

Senior art show participants speak about projects

Today at 4:30 p.m., senior art majors will unveil their year-long projects in a professional display at the Colby College Museum of Art. The mediums range from photography to video to painting, all holding special significance to the artists. This event is a triumphant cumulation of the painstaking work and love that went into each and every one of these […]

Expansive Robert Adams exhibit featured at Museum

Expansive Robert Adams exhibit featured at Museum

Having first debuted at the Colby Museum’s Winter Open House on February 11, “Turning Back” is an expansive exhibition that is currently on display until June 5. The collection features the work of acclaimed photographer Robert Adams, and consists of 164 photographs accompanied by excerpts of the photographer’s personal writing. Spanning both the Lower and Upper Jetté Galleries, the series […]

Marianne Hirsch: the Holocaust, photography, and education

On December 3, 2015 William Peterfield Trent, Professor of English and Comparative Literature at Columbia University Marianne Hirsch, spoke to the community about her research in photography and the Holocaust. The well-attended talk was part of the annual Berger Family Holocaust Lecture, which aims to promote conversations about anti-Semitism, and is endowed by Dr. Robert and Patricia Berger (’62 P’96). In conjunction with her husband, Professor Emeritus of History at […]

Famed street photographer discusses newest publication

On October 20, the College welcomed esteemed photographer Charles H. Traub to speak as part of the Human/Nature lecture series. Traub, who, according to his website, has received awards from institutions ranging from the New York State Council on the Arts to the Olympic Arts Organization Committee, declared himself a “real world witness photographer” during the talk. According to the […]

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