“Growing up in Iran, I felt stuck between tradition and modernity, as did many other people in my generation.”- Kiana Honarmand, 2019
The Doris Ulmann Galleries has opened an exhibition featuring works by artist Kiana Honarmand on view now until Feb. 27, 2020. The exhibit, Across the Space Separating, consists of a selection of Honarmand’s works that discuss the juxtaposition of her Middle Eastern identity and her education in Western art. Honarmand uses this duality in her identity to discuss sociopolitical issues of modern Iran, like the violation of women’s rights, as well as the Western perception of the Middle East as a whole.
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Dr. Valeria Watkins showcasing some of her work at the “Engaging Communities to Impact Social Justice” art exhibition.
An art exhibition, on display at the Hutchins Library through the remainder of March, features the work of the Feminist Artists of Kentucky. The exhibition, “Engaging Communities to Impact Social Justice,” includes works of six Berea artists, Trish Ayers, Pat Cheshire Jennings, Jackie Pullum, Mary Ann Shupe, Patricia Watkins and Valeria Watkins. Continue reading Exhibiting Art and Community Service →
Doris Ulmann Galleries at Berea College has announced the opening of its first Juried Alumni Exhibition. Held in the Lower Traylor Gallery of the Rogers-Traylor Art Building, the show will be on display from Oct. 1 until Nov. 17, 2017. A closing reception is scheduled at 3 p.m., Friday, Nov. 17, to kick off the College’s Homecoming weekend. Continue reading Juried Alumni Art Exhibition Opens at Berea College →
“Yes! A Tribute to Michelle Tooley” by Berea fiber artist Ann Butwell (’87) is on display until April 30 in the Pross Gallery at Union Church. The works in this art exhibit are all about Dr. Michelle Tooley – a beloved Berea College professor who died in 2015 after a two-year struggle with melanoma. The show commemorates Tooley’s life, death, legacy of social justice and her friendship. Tooley taught at Berea College from 2003 to 2015, where she was the Eli Lilly Chair of Religion, Associate Professor of Religion and Chair of the Peace and Social Justice Studies Program. The gallery, located on the lowest level of the modern wing of the building, is open 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. weekdays, Wednesday evenings and Sundays 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Continue reading Tribute to Beloved Berea College Professor Now on Exhibit →
Dorothy Tredennick, 96, of Berea died on Wednesday, February 9, 2011. A professor at Berea College for 41 years, she was known for her work as an art historian, an inspiring teacher and her life-long commitment to peace and justice. Continue reading Berea College Mourns the Loss of Dorothy Tredennick →