Given to Barnard by Virginia “Jinny” Bloedel Wright ’51, on the occasion of her 60th reunion, the Holzer piece is the College’s first major piece of artwork. Read about the dedication ceremony that took place following Commencement.
From classes held in museums and internships at world-renowned galleries, to inspiring mentors and network opportunities, learn how Barnard students take advantage of the college's strong ties to the New York City art world in this fast-paced video.
Ray Rogers '14 documents her introduction to the New York art scene, from an afternoon filled with gallery hopping and avante-garde saxophone, to helping out at a magazine cover shoot, to an evening at the Met.
Sandra Goldmark's class channels creativity into set designs that reflect the meaning of a play or performace.
John Miller gives form to powerfully subversive ideas through a variety of media--sculpture, painting, photography, and others.
William Chapman Sharpe: New York Nocturne: The City After Dark in Literature, Painting, and Photography, 1850-1950, Princeton University Press, $35
Art studied up close and personal