Arts on Campus

University of Colorado professor awarded 2018-2019 Marion International Fellowship

University of Colorado professor Daniel Kellogg

The 2018-2019 Marion International Fellowship for the Visual and Performing Arts has been awarded to University of Colorado professor Daniel Kellogg for “Mao’s China,” a multimedia composition that will explore the lasting legacy and trauma of Chinese immigrants and their American experience across generations.

Fredonia adds a new outdoor sculpture to campus

Installation of “Thunder Cloud,” a cast iron sculpture by Coral Lambert.

“Thunder Cloud,” a 1,500-pound cast iron sculpture by Coral Lambert, was installed in the Dennis R., '72 and Kathryn L. Costello South Plaza adjacent to the Rockefeller Arts Center Studio Complex by Fredonia’s Facilities Services crew on May 10. The 8-by-9-by-6-foot sculpture is part of the In Sight/On Site outdoor sculpture program initiated by the Department of Visual Arts and New Media

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Students complete COIL tele-collaboration project with Mexican counterparts

Fredonia students enrolled in the Spanish course "The Art and Craft of Translation" completed a Collaborative Online International Learning (COIL) project working with students of the University of Sonora, Mexico. Both groups of students worked together in the literary analysis and translation of short stories by Salvadoran writer Salvador Salazar Arrué.

Staples' essay published in edited volume on Imperial Russian history

History professor, Dr. John Staples

"Afforestation as Performance Art: Johann Cornies’ Aesthetics of Civilization,” an essay written by Department of History Professor John Staples, was recently published in a volume, "Minority Report: Mennonite Identities in Imperial Russia and Soviet Ukraine Reconsidered, 1789-1945," edited by Leonard G. Friesen (Wilfrid Laurier) by the University of Toronto Press.