The Guilfordian

Homecoming art exhibit celebrates Nydorf

Homecoming art exhibit celebrates Nydorf

Anna Gamez, Staff Writer

October 5, 2018

As part of Guilford’s Homecoming & Family Weekend, the Art Exhibit Opening and Celebration of Roy Nydorf was held in the Bauman Galleries of the 2nd Floor Founders Hall from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Nydorf, professor emeritus of art, joined Guilford’s Art Department in 1978 and taught a range of...

Art exhibit celebrates Ebony Fashion Fair history

Tanetta Kelley, Staff Writer

December 4, 2017

“When I first heard about the Ebony Fashion Fair exhibit being held at the North Carolina Museum of Art, right here in my backyard in Raleigh, I thought it was a dream,” said Mary Thompson, an exhibit attendee. “I actually went to one of the shows as a child, a birthday surprise from my parents. “So...

‘Boycott!’: art as activism

‘Boycott!’: art as activism

James Sharpe, Staff Writer

May 2, 2014

“We have the power to make change,” said Toni Etheridge, program director of the American Friends Service Committee. On the evening of April 22, passionate words were spoken from Etheridge’s lips at the art exhibit in King Hall room 126. The subject of discussion: boycotts. The AFSC has graced...

New interactive exhibit ‘None of the Above’ opens in Founders Hall

New interactive exhibit ‘None of the Above’ opens in Founders Hall

Abe Kenmore, Staff Writer

February 21, 2014

A student’s desk covered with detention slips. Portraits of scowling teachers and students. A game board for a game that cannot be won. All these pieces reveal different facets of one narrative in the words of those most affected: forcing North Carolina’s minority youth out of school and into...