April 5, 2010
A celebration of Art Workshops faculty
Triennial exhibition features drawings, paintings, photographs, cartoons, sculpture, digital imagery, prints and mixed media pieces
The Homewood Art Workshops, the university’s undergraduate visual arts program, will host its triennial Faculty Exhibition from Today, April 5, to Sunday, May 2, in the F. Ross Jones Building of the Mattin Center. The Johns Hopkins community is invited to an opening reception from 5:30 to 8 p.m. on Friday, April 9.
The exhibition features drawings, paintings, photographs, cartoons, sculpture, digital imagery, prints and mixed media pieces by Art Workshops director Craig Hankin, photography supervisor Phyllis Berger and instructors D.S. Bakker, Tom Chalkley, Barbara Gruber, Cara Ober, Larcia Premo and Gricel Salazar.
“This is a wonderful opportunity for our faculty—who are all working artists—to share their creativity and accomplishments with the community,” Hankin says. “I think it’s also important for our students to see how their instructors apply the concepts and techniques they teach in class. Plus, it’s a great excuse for a party.”
In the cartoon above, Tom Chalkley captures his colleagues at work.