Today, April 26th at 3 p.m. in the Geology Museum, Bella Dalton-Fenkl ’20 will discuss a ‘comic’ project she worked on with Professor Mary Ann Cunningham in the Earth Science & Geography department, focusing on the natural history of the American eel. Join us for this fascinating talk on eels!
This Monday, Barbara Beisinghoff, Vassar’s current artist-in-residence, began working on her Tree Poetry project in the sculpture garden of the Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center. Back in 2004, the graphic artist, well known for her works on paper, was asked to undertake a project that could be displayed outdoors, and came up with the idea Read more about POETREE Blossoms on Campus![…]
From afar it looks like a regular stained glass window, but as you move closer you see a mosaic of uniform circles, within which are a myriad of irregular lines and shapes. These circles are actually petri dishes and the different lines and shapes within them are colonies of several different types of microbes – Read more about Field Work: Refractions and Reflections[…]