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Randolph student leaves her mark in downtown Lynchburg

Davis ’23, a psychology major with minors in art and sociology, is among a group of local artists chosen to revamp an alley in downtown Lynchburg. ... READ MORE >>

Randolph students create class zine for art history course

The project is a collaboration among the students in art history professor Lesley Shipley’s course Women, Art, Power.... READ MORE >>

110th Annual Exhibition of Contemporary Art features work of trailblazing Black artists Faith Ringgold and Aminah Robinson

“Storytellers: Faith Ringgold + Aminah Robinson” opens Oct. 1. ... READ MORE >>

A story-driven approach: Emilie Bryant ’22 connects communities through museum work

Emilie Bryant '21

Emilie Bryant ’22 recently created interpretive materials for the Maier Museum of Art at Randolph College exhibition “Beyond the Sound: In Memory of Sandra Whitehead” last spring. She’s continued her museum work with two internships this summer.... READ MORE >>

Sandra Whitehead Memorial Lecture to focus on history of documentary photography

Laura Katzman, a professor of art history at James Madison University, will examine the history of 20th century documentary photography this weekend during the third Sandra S. Whitehead Memorial Lecture. The lecture, Picturing Puerto Rico under the American Flag: The Documentary Vision of Edwin and Louise Rosskam, will be livestreamed from the Maier Museum of... READ MORE >>

Art professor Kathy Muehlemann ready to paint her next act: Retirement

Kathy Muehlemann

Randolph art professor Kathy Muehlemann has always thought of herself as an artist who teaches— not a teacher who makes art.... READ MORE >>

Randolph announces 2020-21 Academic & Leadership Awards

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2020-21 award winners ... READ MORE >>

Virtual Berlind Symposium to feature boundary-pushing photographers

From melting glaciers in the arctic to the magic of the desert plains, Randolph College’s 109th Annual Exhibition of at the Maier Museum of Art ponders the landscapes around us. “Time & Place: Water, Sky, Land” features work that goes beyond the boundaries of traditional photography.... READ MORE >>

Kehinde Wiley sculpture featured in Maier's latest exhibit

Kehinde Wiley's

“Saint Francis of Adelaide” is a recent acquisition of the College and the centerpiece of the Maier’s latest exhibit, ‘Saints and Sin: Selections from the Permanent Collection by Black Artists.”... READ MORE >>

Students highlighting female artists through new social media project

From the Vault

Folk artist Queena Stovall, photographer Sally Mann and pioneering abstract painter Helen Frankenthaler are among the artists who will be featured in From the Vault, a new social media project created to observe Women’s History Month. A different female artist, whose work is part of Randolph College’s permanent collection but is not currently on view, will be highlighted every day in March. ... READ MORE >>