Internationally recognized artist Mark Dion will visit the Sewanee campus in October. He will give a public talk Oct. 9; in addition, while on campus Dion will work with students in a humanities class, Histories of Science, Vision, and Art, and will have an opportunity to explore the Domain.
In celebration of Episcopal Relief & Development’s 75th anniversary, the University of the South is hosting the organization’s traveling photo exhibition in duPont Library from Sept. 20 through Oct. 4. An opening reception will be held at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 22.
The Sewanee community is invited to “As We Like It: Staging Shakespeare in the Twenty-First Century,” a lecture by Andrew Hartley, Russell Robinson Distinguished Professor of Shakespeare, the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.
Paul D. Miller, aka DJ Spooky, will present a talk, “Sound Unbound,” on Friday, Sept. 11, in Convocation Hall. He will perform his multimedia concert "Arctic Rhythms" on Saturday, Sept. 12, in Guerry Auditorium as part of the Sewanee Performing Arts Series. His multimedia exhibition "Ice Music" is on view at the University Art Gallery through October 18.
Lucy Alibar is best known as the Oscar-nominated co-screenwriter of the film "Beasts of the Southern Wild." She attended the Sewanee Young Writers’ Conference in the summer of 1999. She will return to Sewanee in July, as a guest of the Young Writers’ Conference and the School of Letters, for a screening of the film and a public talk.
The Carlos Gallery in the Nabit Art Building at University of the South is pleased to present an exhibition of work by Art Minors/Environmental Studies Arts & Humanities Majors Monique Stitts, Bea Troxel, and Allie Horick from April 22 to April 30, 2015.
The Art Minor Exhibition Part I: Sally Anne Greenwood, Shelby Monahan,Whitt Sellers and Amber Smith. Part II includes folios submitted for the Environmental Studies Arts and
Humanities comprehensive exam.