Tag Archives: art

Children’s Literature Art Gallery to be on NH Chronicle

Earlier this month, Erin Fehlau, the producer for WMUR Channel 9′s  New Hampshire Chronicle, and Chris Shepherd, the show’s videographer, spent four hours with one of the KSC’s greatest treasures, the Children’s Literature Festival Gallery Collection in Rhodes Hall, preparing a segment for the show. Of course, Festival and Gallery founder Dr. David E. White, … Read More »

Mark My Words—a Graphic Design/Writing Student Collaboration

Last fall, Melissa DiPalma, a lecturer who teaches a course in book and magazine design in the Graphic Design program, approached English Department Chair Kirsti Sandy and asked if Dr. Sandy’s writing students would be willing to submit pieces of short fiction or nonfiction for a journal the graphic design students were creating. Dr. Sandy … Read More »

Two Students Exhibit Photos in Magenta Festival

Two independent-study photography students, Anastasia Dubrovina and Anne Johnson, will have their work featured in the 2013 Magenta Festival in Boston this May. “It’s been amazing working with these two and seeing them develop as young artists,” said Assistant Professor of Art Jonathan Gitelson. “They are two of the most self-motivated students I’ve encountered in … Read More »

Printmaking Invitational 2012 at the Carroll House Gallery

The KSC Art Department is presenting an invitational exhibition at the Carroll House Gallery from October 4–November 3 featuring non-traditional approaches to printmaking by four New England artists: Erika Radich of Keene; Phyllis McGibbon, of Wellesley, Massachusetts; Peter Marcus, of Jamestown, Rhode Island; and Sarah Amos of St. Johnsbury, Vermont. There will be an opening … Read More »

KSC Awarded Grants to Protect Valuable Collections

KSC recently received grants to preserve and protect its most valuable collections and archived material. The National Endowment for the Humanities awarded the College  $5,560 for “Emergency Preparedness and Response Plan and Staff Training to Preserve Special Collections and Film Archives.” The project will help create a disaster preparedness and recovery plan for the College’s … Read More »

Prof. Richardson’s Sculpture in Several Galleries

Assistant Professor of Sculpture Lynn Richardson’s work is currently appearing in several East Coast galleries. Prof. Richardson is acutely aware of the impact our modern technological progress has on the natural world, and explores that conflict through her sculpture. “We continually exploit our physical world, pushing the limits through our use of technology, neglecting to … Read More »