Arts Month celebrates the arts across the Wilson curriculum. Faculty, staff and student organizations host and sponsor events during Wilson’s annual celebration of the arts. It is a time to explore, learn and exalt the arts in all we study. A work of art contains subject, form and/or content. These attributes can be found in any discipline at Wilson: mathematics, chemistry, history, education, biology, political science, foreign languages and oh yeah, visual and performing arts!
During Arts Month, community members will have the opportunity to see exhibits and performances, participate in art activities, and consider the numerous ways in which the arts impact our lives. All events are free and open to the public.
Faculty, staff and student organizations - submit your event for Arts Month here.
April 1-21 • Annual Juried High School Student Art Exhibition, Virtual Exhibition
April 1-21 • Wilson College Juried Student Art Exhibition, Bogigian Gallery
April 5 • Diversity Team Mondays - “What is Beauty? A Discussion about Helen of Troy and Beauty”, moderated by Angela Baker
April 6-30 • Faculty Art Exhibition, Cooley Gallery
April 11 • Slow Art with Professor Bob
Ever really look at art? One object for 15 minutes, for two hours? What can we experience with sustained attention?
Let’s find out! Come to Saturation: A Year in the Life faculty exhibit in the Cooley Gallery in the Library at 3 p.m. on Sunday, April 11, (limit of four viewers at a time). For an hour we will look at art at a safe distance from each other. Stay as long or little as you like, spend time with different pieces but plan to get deep into it while you are there. Chairs provided.
Of course, you can always do this on your own. We may do this again in the futue. Here is an article to find out more about Slow Art.
April 12 • Diversity Team Monday - Diverse and International Poetry Reading for National Poetry Month, organized by Matthew McBride
April 16 and 17 • Orchesis Virtual Performance
April 19 • “A Time to Share: What Does Your Faith Look Like?” with Chaplain Derek Wadlington
April 24 - May 18 • Senior Capstone Exhibition - Nicolas Beitzell, Ciera Erwin, and Luis Gonzalez, Bogigian Gallery
April 26 • Diversity Team Monday - March: Book 3 Reading Group, moderated by Bonnie Rock-McCutcheon
"The Art of Nancy Drew" - asynchronous online presentation by Professor Michael Cornelius
"Faculty/Staff Author Series" - synchronous online presentation facilitated by Marybeth Famulare