Waffles and Whimsy at pARTy 2019

This past Friday, April 5, the art and art history department’s sixth annual pARTy brought Swarthmore staff, faculty, and students together to enjoy food trucks and live music while viewing the art installations from students in ceramics, painting, drawing, photography, and sculpture.

PERCEPTICON to Raise Awareness of Ingrained Reception Habits

PERCEPTICON, a three room, audio-visual exhibition challenging visitors’ unconscious reception habits, will be on display in Beardsley Hall from October 26 through October 28. The rooms will confront a variety of contemporary issues, including gender, class, race and sexuality, cross-cultural communication, power,

Race and the Built Environment: Professor Goldstein’s Summer Research

Brian Goldstein, assistant professor of art history at Swarthmore College, explores the topics of architectural history, modern architecture and planning, and the intersections between race and the American built environment in the courses he teaches. This summer, he continued research for his