From the studio to the gallery, creativity is the name of the game for the Art Department and its faculty, this year celebrating their 30th anniversary. The department graduates students who are traditionally trained but taught to observe the world differently.
CURE Niger, a children’s hospital in Africa where Josh ’05 and Julie ’02 Korn serve, has a new playground for patients, funded in part by the sales of final artwork by students in the Gordon IN Orvieto program.
Some traveled from as far as Pennsylvania and Mississippi earlier this month to celebrate their shared Gordon IN Orvieto memories as they once again experienced Maria Battistini’s one-of-a-kind Umbrian cuisine and spunk.
An exhibition of student artwork, poetry and reflections from the course of a semester in Orvieto, Italy.
“Together we withdrew momentarily only to immerse ourselves again in the quintessential Italian hill town and the many characters who call it home.”