Tabitha Arnold’s “Workshop of the World”

Now on view at the List Gallery is Tabitha Arnold’s “Workshop of the World,” which will remain on display until Feb. 25. Through the blend of various mediums, Arnold created artworks that effortlessly speak to the world’s most current social, political, and


Senior Thesis Exhibitions Electrify List Gallery

When I interviewed him about his thesis, studio art major Tiye Pulley ’19 told me that he loves religious paintings with their angelic and demonic figures, but that he wanted to “paint them like my own disturbed and bloodied angels.” Stepping into

Petroff invites community to float his drawings

“Floating Drawings,” three-dimensional artwork, is composed of planar elements that “float” before the wall. Paper, wire, and cloth are displayed upon a silk screen, covered in gouache painting, and hang from the List Gallery wall. Meanwhile, the artist, Alexis Petroff, lectures to

List Offers New “Reflections” on Painting

On Thursday, Nov. 3, the List Gallery opened a newly mounted exhibit of works by American figurative painter Lois Dodd. Dodd, this year’s Donald J. Gordon Visiting Artist, also delivered an artist’s talk that evening to a full auditorium in LPAC cinema.

List honors legacy of photographer Bruce Cratsley

Walking into the List Gallery, now featuring “Bruce Cratsley: Shifting Identities,” one is struck by the vastness of Bruce Cratsley ’66’s portfolio.  The exhibition highlights images taken between 1977 and 1999 on Cratsley’s twin lens Rolleiflex camera, showcasing a range of subjects

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