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From Wilson Hall, there’s art for all

Andrew Donchez, ‘17, Murray Manley, ‘18, Sara Dotterer, ‘18 and Hayley Price, ‘18, the administrators of the Wilson Art Organization, work closely together to get their project off the ground.
Photo by Nuoya Zhou, ‘18.

Nuoya Zhou

February 1, 2016

Creativity is now for a cause. The recently launched Wilson Art Organization is an entirely student run organization that collects and sells student art works. With the help of the Community Legal Practice Center at the Washington and Lee Law School, WAO is in the process of registering as an offici...

A matter of life, death and history

Eliot Dudik’s collection, “Still Lives.” Photo by Ellen Kanzinger, ‘18.

Xiaoxia Yin

October 26, 2015

Eliot Dudik, an eastern Virginia photographer who won the 2014 PhotoNola Prize and whose works have been recently featured on CNN, held an artist’s talk on Oct. 21 in Wilson Hall. His large-scale photographs projects “Broken Land” and “Still Lives” were exhibited in the Staniar Gallery in Wilso...

Nature, culture, identity: capitalism

Paul Ryan, left, talks with Anthonia Adams about his work hanging in the Staniar Gallery. Photo by Ellen Kanzinger, '18

Sutton Travis

September 28, 2015

Capitalism is a tree trunk and an unfolded package of toothpaste, according to painter and artist Paul Ryan. In order to discuss his career and his collection of paintings, the sun that never sets, that are on display in Staniar Gallery through Oct. 4, Ryan delivered an artist talk to students and locals ...

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