On November 16th, there will be an artist talk on “Dying on the Vine: 2017 Whetsell Exhibition” by Sheridan Kate Murray at 7 pm in the Richardson Family Art Gallery.
The Richardson Family Art Museum in the Rosalind Sallenger Richardson Center for the Arts features In the Service of Teaching and Learning: An Inaugural Exhibition of the Wofford Fine Arts Collection until December 16. Selected works from the collection span the bronze age in the ancient Near East to late twentieth century America and comprise a vital educational resource that strengthens, supports, and contributes to academic research on campus. By showcasing various cultural and historical objects, this exhibition presents a unique opportunity for cross-disciplinary teaching and learning that contributes to the superior liberal arts education at Wofford College.
The Richardson Family Art Gallery in the Rosalind Sallenger Richardson Center for the Arts features Dying on the Vine, showcasing drawings by Sheridan Kate Murray, recipient of 207 Whetsell Memorial Fellowship until December 21. Designed to support and promote the visual arts at Wofford, the Whetsell Fellowship is a summer fellowship established in 2006 by Dr. William O. Whetsell in memory of his brother, Dan Whetsell.
Museum and Gallery hours:
Tues. Wed. Fri. & Sat.: 1-5 p.m.
Thurs.: 1-9 p.m.
Sun. & Mon.: Closed
For more information, please contact 864-597-4940 or ThomasMH@wofford.edu.