Recent News Stories
- The Bridge: KudosRead “Prof. Jojin Van Winkle presents at 17th Biennial Symposium on Arts and Technology”
Prof. Jojin Van Winkle presented her paper “Performance for and with the Camera: Grounded in Humor and Meditative Practice” at the 17th Biennial Symposium on Arts and Technology.
Carthage awards nearly half a million dollars in scholarships to visual and performing arts studentsCarthage provides scholarships up to $10,000 per year, and each scholarship is renewable for all four years at Carthage. Each year, the visual and performing arts award nearly half a million dollars in aid. Apply today!Read “Carthage awards nearly half a million dollars in scholarships to visual and performing arts students”
Past News Stories
- The Bridge: Lectures & PresentationsSee screenings of selected moving image and sound-based artworks created this fall by Carthage art students.Read “See student film, video, and soundscape screenings TODAY”
- The Bridge: News for StudentsRead “Open Call: Submissions to Centrique Magazine close Dec. 1”
Centrique, Carthage’s literary and arts magazine, is accepting fall submissions for our annual publication now through Thursday, Dec. 1.
- The Bridge: ArtsRead “Student Photography Show: ‘Timed Perspectives’ Opening Reception TODAY”
The opening reception for the new student photography show, “Timed Perspectives,” is from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 18, in the Ehrler Hospitality Center.
- The Bridge: KudosRead “Prof. Jojin Van Winkle presents on e-residencies and collaboration at SECAC”
Prof. Jojin Van Winkle presented a paper titled “The Vitality of Interdisciplinary Arts Collaboration thru E-Residencies During COVID-19.”
- The Bridge: News for StudentsRead “Art Department offering exciting spring courses and new animation class”
The Art Department is offering a brand new course: ART 200J: 2D Animation to engage students in the practice of making animation by transforming drawings and vector images into animated moving images, using a range of software.
- The Bridge: Lectures & PresentationsRead “‘Islamic Architecture of Grief: Foundations of Faith’ TODAY”
The Carthage community is invited to attend “Islamic Architecture of Grief: Foundations of Faith” with Fr. Michael Calabria (St. Bonaventure University).
- The Bridge: News for StudentsRead “Student photography exhibition ‘Timed Perspectives’: Submit your photos by Sunday”
All students are invited to submit photographs for “Timed Perspectives,” a student photography exhibition.
- The Bridge: ArtsRead “Art exhibit ‘Ope, Not Ope’ Opening Reception Thursday”
Come to the opening reception of the group exhibition “Ope, Not Ope: A Wisconsin Printmakers Exposition” from 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 27, in the H. F. Johnson Gallery of Art.
- The Bridge: News for StudentsRead “Art Department/Photography and Film and New Media Program Kickoff Thursday”
Have fun eating pizza and screen printing while talking with art students and faculty members.
- The Bridge: ArtsJoin us for a talk with Anne Muntges, New York-based artist, and Stephanie Robison, California-based sculptor, for the exhibit “Mark Space.”Read “‘Mark Space’ Artist Talk with Anne Muntges and Stephanie Robison TODAY”
- The Bridge: News for StudentsRead “Submit a design for women’s and gender studies stickers and T-shirts by Friday”
Students are invited to submit designs for women’s and gender studies stickers and t-shirts.
- The Bridge: News for StudentsJoin Art Club’s first meeting of the semester at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 27, in room 205 of the H. F. Johnson Center for Fine Arts.Read “Attend Art Club’s first meeting of the semester Tuesday”
This group exhibition features the best of the Midwest printmakers. As Midwest is best, so too is this display of art, including relief prints, mono prints, intaglio, lithographs, silkscreens, and letterpress.
“Timed Perspectives” explores visual themes related to time: time-lapse, things changed by time, impacts of time, and time in the past, present, and/or future.
To celebrate the completion of their senior thesis projects, graduating Carthage studio art majors present a group exhibition of their work in a variety of media.