See where student art happens! Explore the painting, ceramics, sculpture studios, and the Third Floor Hall Gallery in Beardsley.
Saturday, 9–3 p.m., Beardsley Hall
Featured are student works from the Department of Art's Contemporary Architecture course. They envision a new Sharples, the central dining space on campus. Three student architectural teams will showcase their ideas in drawings, plans, photographs, and other media. Members of the Swarthmore community will have a chance to comment on the proposals.
Friday, 1–3 p.m., Saturday, 1–3 p.m., Sunday, 2–4 p.m.
The exhibition will feature works by nine artists teaching and working in Swarthmore's Department of Art this Spring: Jake Beckman '05, Syd Carpenter, Randall Exon, Logan Grider, Doug Herren, Brian Meunier, Andrea Packard '85, Mary Phelan, and Ron Tarver. Featured works will range from Doug Herren's muscular ceramic sculptures to Logan Grider's colorful abstractions in encaustic to Randall Exon's illusionistic inventions in oil. Although diverse in style and medium, the featured artists demonstrate a commitment to craftsmanship as they explore interrelationships between nature, invention, and the built environment.
Friday, 4–6 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday, noon–6 p.m. A reception with faculty will be held on Saturday from 4-6 p.m.
McCabe Library is occupied by Occuprint! Occuprint is an exhibition featuring poster art of the global Occupy movement. With urgency and relevance, these bold posters showcase the variety of political, social, and economic concerns of the Occupy protestors, with a compelling visual punch.
Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, 10 a.m.–8 p.m. McCabe Library