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.”
In the heart of the Jewish Ghetto in Venice, Italy, Karin Coonrod ’75 directed “The Merchant of Venice,” followed by a mock trial for the play’s main character held by Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
Steeped in rich history and artwork, Orvieto, Italy has proved to be the essential meeting place for students and professors alike to experience the interconnectedness of art, faith and history. When John Skillen (pictured below) created the Gordon… Read More
With bold colors, religious iconography and symbolism, and layering themes, a mural created by Bruce Herman’s Gordon IN Orvieto painting class celebrates the program and connects it to the universal church.