Arts and Education


The Arts and Education program provides students with an opportunity to examine the role of the arts in fostering personal and cultural development.


From Sesame Street to Tune City

Hunt MilesAfter spending two summers as an intern with the Jim Henson Company as a student, Myles Hunt ’11 is following in the footsteps of the late puppeteer with his company…
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John Opera Exhibits at Davis Gallery

Opera John Closing-00012Since its development in the 19th century, photography has navigated the tensions between science and art, says Anna Wager, Clarence A. Davis ’48 Visual Arts Curator. Photographic works by artist…
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Ruth Featured in National Works on Paper Exhibition

Ruth Nick PaintingThis spring, Professor of Art and Architecture Nick Ruth’s print “Looker” was selected for the 31st annual McNeese National Works on Paper Exhibition at McNeese State University in Lake Charles,…
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Endowed Professor Spotlight: Ted Aub

Professor of Art Ted Aub works on a model of famed local bassist Scott LaFaro, which will serve as reference for a full-scale sculpture, to be cast in bronze.  Geneva City council recently named April 3 'Scott LaFaro Day' in honor of his legacy.Professor of Art and Architecture Ted Aub, who holds the Class of 1964 Endowed Professorship, is an internationally recognized sculptor who has been awarded numerous public sculpture commissions in the…
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Elliott ’66, L.H.D. ’08 Commits $200K for Faculty Innovation

Michael Bogin, Professor of Art and Architecture, Art 105, Color and Composition.  Today the class was doing preliminary work on seeing and creating measured color interactions. Thomas Reny '18A gift of $200,000 from Hobart and William Smith Colleges Trustee Katherine D. Elliott ’66, L.H.D. ’08 will support a breadth of faculty proposals, from innovation within the curriculum to professional…
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