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2021-2022 Schedule

2020 in Perspective, List Gallery exhibition

2020 in Perspective. Deanne Fitzmaurice, Brianna Noble: Urban Cowgirl, July 26, 2020

2021-2022 List Gallery Exhibition Schedule

Before visiting campus, please check the campus visitors policy page  for the latest Covid policies and guidelines. 

2020 in Persepctive

Selections from the 2020 Pictures of the Year Archive 

September 9 – October 19, 2021
2020 in Perspective: Selections from the 2020 Pictures of the Year Archive
Curated by Ron Tarver, Andrea Packard, and Tess Wei
The exhibition will take place in the List Gallery and McCabe Library Atrium, Swarthmore College

September 29, 4:30 – 5:30 PM: "The Power of Photography Amid Global Crises" A Conversation with Ron Tarver and Elizabeth Cheng Krist
Moderated by List Gallery Director Andrea Packard
Lang Performing Arts Center Cinema
List Gallery reception follows: 5:30-7:00 PM

Exhibition details can be found in the  PDF press release and exhibition page.

Also visit the 2020 in Perspective website further expanding on the exhibition, artists, and work.

Hear Her: Works by Dyani White Hawk

November  4 – December 15, 2021
List Gallery/Lang Performing Arts Center Lobby

Lecture by Dyani White Hawk
Thursday, November 4, 4:30 p.m.

Lang Performing Arts Center Cinema

Reception: 5:30-7:00 p.m. 
Lang Performing Arts Center Lobby
List Gallery Hours: Tues. – Sun., Noon– 5:00 p.m.
 

Please view/download a [pdf] of the Dyani White Hawk exhibition catalog here.

Paul S. Briggs: Material Shapes in Clay

January 20 — March 23, 2022
Swarthmore College is pleased to honor
Paul S. Briggs as the Donald J. Gordon Visiting Artist and Lecturer for 2021–2022

Virtual Artist's Lecture: took place on Thursday, January 27 via Zoom.
View the artist talk here

Download a PDF of the Material Shapes in Clay exhibition catalog here.

senior thesis exhibitions

April 7 - May 15, 2022

The Senior Art Majors are required to mount an exhibition in the List Gallery representing a culmination in their studio work. This exhibition and accompanying artist statement, is the comprehensive examination for the art major. Senior exhibitions are scheduled during the last few weeks of the spring semester each year.  

April 7 - 10: Marcos Castro. Galek Yangzom.
April 14 - 17: Tristan Walker-Andrews. Jane Huynh.
April 21 - 24: Emmie Wolf. Elizabeth Labows.
April 28 - May 1: Janet Barkdoll. Andres Perez Correa.
May 5 - 8: Eva Low. Jolleen Opula.
May 12 - 15: Miranda Roelandt. Yuxiang Wu.

The Senior Thesis Exhibition Series is made possible by the Ann Trimble Warren '38 exhibit endowment and the Department of Art and Art History.

A Ballinglen Recollection
Curated by Yuxiang Wu '22, List Gallery Intern
 

Friday May 27-29 2022

Participanting Artists:
Aayushi Dangol
Ava Cotlowitz
Liz Upton
Tess Wei
David Holmgren
Simona Dwass
Maisie Luo
Kennedy Kings
Isabel Llosa
Marcos Castro
Yuxiang Wu

An accompanying exhibition catalog organized by Yuxiang Wu and published by the List Gallery will be available. 

A Ballinglen Recollection, brings together diverse paintings and works on paper by 11 Swarthmore alumni who participated in the summer residency program at the Ballinglen Arts Foundation in County Mayo, Ireland. The subjects of these works vary, from the Irish landscape to imagined figures and abstract compositions. A serene and meditative mood infuses many of the works and all of them demonstrate the stimulating and formative nature of working in a remarkable creative community.

The summer residency program at the Ballinglen Arts Foundation is a six-week immersive program which takes place in the town of Ballycastle, Country Mayo, Ireland. During the first two weeks, students, along with other visitors from around the world, attend plein-air painting workshops taught by artists Randall Exon and Jeff Reed. Students visit nearby locations and use the beautiful landscape of the northern Irish coast as inspiration for paintings that are often executed on-site. In the four weeks that follow, the students work independently, building upon their observational studies.The Ballinglen Arts Program began in 2013 and continued every summer until 2020, when the pandemic paused programming After a two-year hiatus, the program will resume this summer.

Ballinglen Recollection also offers alumni the opportunity to express heartfelt gratitude to Professor Randall Exon, who initiated the residency program; to Jeff Reed who has co-taught numerous painting master classses with Professor Exon and co-hosted Swarthmore students; to Ballinglen Co-founder Margo Dolan; to program administrator Una Forde—and many more. Through this exhibition, participating alumni and many others can celebrate Professor Exon's innovative teaching and dedication. We can also appreciate the friendship between Swarthmore, Ballinglen, and the growing and inter-related communities that they serve.
 

Hear Her: Works by Dyani White Hawk November  4 – December 15, 2021

Hear Her: Works by Dyani White Hawk, November  4 – December 15, 2021

Dyani White Hawk, Takes Care of Them suite.

Dyani White Hawk, Takes Care of Them suite. Exhibition runs November  4 – December 15, 2021

Luis Tato, Locust Invasion in East Africa, April 24, 2020.

2020 in Perspective exhibition. Luis Tato, Locust Invasion in East Africa, April 24, 2020.

Deanne Fitzmaurice, Brianna Noble: Urban Cowgirl, July 26, 2020

2020 in Perspective exhibition. Deanne Fitzmaurice, Brianna Noble: Urban Cowgirl, July 26, 2020

Paul S. Briggs in studio

Paul S. Briggs in studio.  Paul S. Briggs: Material Shapes in Clay runs from January 20 — February 23, 2022

Paul S. Briggs

Paul S. Briggs: Material Shapes in Clay runs from January 20 — February 23, 2022

Paul S. Briggs, Recidivism

Paul S. Briggs, Recidivism. Paul S. Briggs: Material Shapes in Clay runs from January 20 — February 23, 2022

Hear Her: Works by Dyani White Hawk, November  4 – December 15, 2021

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