Fitzpatrick, one of southwest Virginia’s most beloved artists, is renowned for his paintings of landmark buildings, local hangouts, street scenes. and area musicians and personalities.
Partnering with a local nonprofit that promotes reading to children, three Hollins professors transformed an unpublished work by a beloved children’s author and Hollins alumna into an interactive tool for parents and caregivers.
South African photographer and activist Zanele Muholi, winner in 2017 of France’s top cultural honor, will be teaching students, exhibiting her work, and leading a special symposium on the Hollins campus this spring.
The work of pioneering feminist artist Susan King is the subject of a new exhibition at Hollins University’s Eleanor D. Wilson Museum. “Susan King: Chronicles of a Southern Feminist” is on display January 4 – April 8.
Professor of Art Kathleen Nolan’s Islamic Art class is engaging in hands-on research with rare artifacts from the Near East, thanks to a loan of decorative objects to Hollins’ Eleanor D. Wilson Museum.
The Eleanor D. Wilson Museum is featuring a disparate selection of drawings from its permanent collection as part of the exhibition “Drawn from the Vault,” which is on display September 28 – December 10.
The debut picture book by husband-and-wife artistic team Ethan and Vita Murrow is the focus of a new exhibition at the Eleanor D. Wilson Museum. “Drawings from ‘The Whale'” is on display July 20 – October 8.
The Eleanor D. Wilson Museum presents “Annette Polan: Covert Autobiography,” a solo exhibition of recent work by a Hollins alumna known internationally as a portrait artist.
The Eleanor D. Wilson Museum hosts the 2017 Senior Majors Exhibition, May 9 – 21.
In May 2016, the Eleanor D. Wilson Museum at Hollins University received the largest gift in its history, a collection of preliminary paintings, drawings, and prints by noted French modernist Jean Hélion. Beginning February 2, the museum will display 40 of these works, most of which have never been seen before by the public.