Maier Museum of Art at Randolph College

Registration open for youth summer camps at Randolph College

Registration is now open for preschool, theatre, art, coding, and soccer summer camps. ... READ MORE >>

Maier event to focus on women workers

“Uncover/Recover: Remembering Women Workers” will be held on Tuesday, March 19.... READ MORE >>

New Randolph exhibit focuses on marine plastic pollution

“Entangled and Ingested,” which opens Jan. 12 in Hampson Commons, located in the Student Center, features seven life-sized collage portraits using plastic film to document animals that are harmed by marine plastic pollution.... READ MORE >>

The Maier celebrates 30 years of Art & SOL program

The Maier has offered free guided tours for all LCS fifth graders—and other area schools upon request—since 1993. ... READ MORE >>

Annual Berlind Symposium to spotlight artists books by women

The symposium will include artist talks by Lyall Harris and Nia Easley, who will chronologically describe their path as artists and what led them to artists books, as well as a panel discussion with Harris, Easley, guest curator Martha Chiplis, and moderator Lynora Williams.... READ MORE >>

Karen McIlvoy, Poplar Forest archaeology lab supervisor, to speak at Randolph

She’ll deliver the David F. Anthony Memorial Lecture, “Archaeology on the Plantation: Exploring how enslaved people engaged with their material world,” on Wednesday, Oct. 25.... READ MORE >>

Annual exhibition spotlighting ‘Artists’ Books by Women’

Back to Front: Artists’ Books by Women opens with a reception from 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 22. ... READ MORE >>

Artist Philip Koch to give 2023 Outten Visiting Artist Lecture

Koch will discuss how new art forms emerge—and how even seemingly traditional art can spur change. ... READ MORE >>

Randolph professor, student develop art reinstallation proposal for the Maier

“This project does a lot of things, but it reinvigorates the idea of the museum. I want more of the collection to be seen, and I also want it to be more representative of artists who the students could relate to.”... READ MORE >>

Berlind Symposium to explore the work of contemporary Native artists

The daylong program, scheduled for Saturday, Feb. 25, is inspired by “Survivance: Contemporary Native Art,” currently on display at the Maier Museum of Art at Randolph College.... READ MORE >>