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Art Collections bring history, culture to Lawrence

Art Collections bring history, culture to Lawrence

Rare collection of bound manuscripts owned by Ann Sullivan Nelson M-D’41 in the Wriston Art Collection. Photo by Hannah Burgess Behind the glass doors of Wriston 227 lies a veritable treasure trove of resources for Lawrence University students. The Art Collection, curated by Adjunct Assistant Professor of Art History, Curator of the Wriston Art Center

January Art @ Noon

  Thursday, Jan. 19 marked the first installation of the student-curated series, “Dreams of the Floating World: 15 Views of Tokugawa Japan.” “When I first arrived at Lawrence, Wriston Gallery Director Beth Zinsli hosted an open house,” Assistant Professor of History Brigid Vance explained. “I was impressed with the Japanese woodblock prints and decided to

Artist Spotlight: Will Melnick

The sidewalks of College Avenue, a mountain pass, a trail through a park between dense forestry. People established these paths to get from place to place. One may see them as merely means to an end, but greater depth exists behind paths. Senior photography student Will Melnick is fascinated by the beauty and profundity of

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