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“Homage to Basquiat 2” by Mohammad Omer Khalil, 2022

“Musings” features work of Sudanese printmaker

Mohammad Omer Khalil uses his art to pay tribute to the people and places that have inspired him in W&L’s student-curated exhibit
Catherine McKean
January 22, 2024
A painting, where a Black woman reaches for an orange, and a white woman lying on her lap gazes at the tree overhead. Both women are wearing patterned dresses.

Steinkraus raises environmental awareness with “Impossible Garden”

W&L began Women’s History Month with a lecture on female artists and the environment
Anneliese Schneider, Staff Writer
March 13, 2023
A white artwork with red tubes connecting to five small pickaxes arranged in a circle.

Sam Blanchard’s “Futile State” explores the connection between humans and technology

The contemporary art exhibit features machines that visitors can interact with
Catherine McKean, Arts & Life Editor
February 7, 2023
A woman gestures towards a pottery figure in a display case. Two other pottery artworks sit to either side.

W&L museums showcase female artists’ pottery with two new exhibits

The "Born of Fire" and "Mother Clay" exhibits opened on Feb. 1
Emma Malinak, Arts & Life Editor
February 7, 2023
Museums at Washington and Lee will host the next Gallery Talk on Nov. 2. Photo by Andrew Claybrook, ‘22.

Gallery talk covers race, gender, and teapots

The Museums at Washington and Lee University host talk on Oscar Wilde inspired teapot and the aesthetic movement.
Andrew Claybrook
October 26, 2021
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