The allusive title of this exhibition, conceived by Galleries Director Judy Barie, suggests a play on the contemporary phrase “farm to table.”
What is a drawing? Aside from being one of the oldest forms of human expression, and one of the most rudimentary, a drawing is a largely unmediated index of the maker.
Lisa Corinne Davis’ paintings will not help someone get across town, or even the corner store. But they might make them think differently.
She has the name of a star and the talent to go with it. A Fulbright Scholar to the University of Missouri master’s program in the School of Journalism, the young Romanian photographer has developed her thesis project on a theme of “Chautauqua Dream World.”
Humor, Angela Dufresne said, is a “better way to intervene with the world.”
Roxana Pop is a Chautauquan.
She wasn’t always — raised in Romania, Pop attended the University of Missouri while she was a Fulbright scholar pursuing a master’s degree in photojournalism. In 2013, that program led her to a photography internship at The Chautauquan Daily. And from the minute she set foot on the grounds, she felt herself changed.
Guest review by Anthony Bannon For 58 years, Chautauquans have counted on their gallery to take the temperature of the…
There are many words to describe the process of painting, but tender is not often one of them. The intimacy of painting is exactly what Alison Hall will be discussing at 7 p.m. tonight in the Hultquist Center, in her lecture “Try a Little Tenderness.”
In 1999, Tom Nakashima saw a pile of dead trees waiting to be burned. The image was so striking, he…
Clay mesmerized Peter Beasecker when he was in high school, watching another student work in the school’s tiny ceramics studio….