Using selected works from the Eleanor D. Wilson Museum’s permanent collection, student curators put theory into practice in this exhibition - the culmination of the spring class titled, “Behind the Scenes: Principles and Practice.”
As part of the class, students collaborate and share responsibilities for conceptualizing, researching, designing, interpreting, and installing a cohesive exhibition. Participants bring a variety of backgrounds and experience to the class, pursuing various disciplines including art history, mathematics, and studio art.
Co-instructors: Kathleen Nolan, professor of art history and Jenine Culligan, director, Eleanor D. Wilson Museum. Through June 9. Hours are Tuesday through Sunday from Noon-5 pm, with extended evening hours on Thursday until 8 pm.