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Lederer shares printmaking process with students

Karen Lederer Art Exhibit
March 15, 2019

Printmaker and painter Karen Lederer, whose artwork was on display in Hege Library from Jan. 11 to Mar. 1, visited Guilford to meet with students and offer insight into her printmaking process and artistic...

Art Gallery highlights Monique Lallier’s work

Monique Lallier art reception
November 9, 2018

Art Curator Terry Hammond hosted an art gallery reception in the Hege Library Atrium for world-renowned bookbinder Monique Lallier on Friday, Nov. 2. Guilford’s Art Gallery will be showcasing over 45...

Homecoming art exhibit celebrates Nydorf

Roy Nydorf Hege Library Art Exhibit
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,...

“Off the Streets” brings color to Hege Library

“Off the Streets” art show
September 14, 2018

In a typical art exhibition, impressions are everything. The goal is to make an impact on the audience, leave them yearning for more and having learned or felt something new. “Off the Streets,”...

Failure?

Failure: Emma Sarver
September 7, 2018

I have witnessed the celebration of success more often than failure, leaving me an incomplete view of the creation process. I would like to take this small section to celebrate the failures. Below is a...

Nydorf, McAlister present results from research

April 20, 2018

From boxwood and catalpa wood carvings to children’s picture books, the faculty research presentations representing Guilford’s art and English and creative writing departments on Wednesday, April 11...

Art faculty close out HERstory month

April 13, 2018

Since spring break, the Boren Lounge of Founders Hall has been decorated with Visiting Lecturer for Art Katy Collier’s work. “This room was not beautiful, and it is really beautiful now,” said...

“Behind the Bylines” features Richard Tsong-Taatarii

Carla Clah is a Navajo community organizer from Chicago. “I am here for my grandfather,” Clah said. She is holding a copy of the Fort Laramie Treaty of 1851, a treaty ratified by the Congress of the United States government that was broken. Cannon Ball, North Dakota, 2016.// Photo courtesy of Richard Tsong-Taatarii/Copyright 2016
February 23, 2018

From reporting on the Black Lives Matter movement in the U.S. to Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh, photojournalist Richard Tsong-Taatarii has captured a multitude of moments, each photograph made with the...

Guilford College News in Brief

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February 23, 2018

WUNC’s “The State of Things” broadcasts at Triad Stage On Tuesday, Feb. 20, North Carolina Public Radio WUNC’s “The State of Things” broadcasted live from Triad Stage in downtown Greensboro....

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