Artists@Grinnell

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Artists@Grinnell is the new artist-in-residence program, bringing established artists working in fine arts, music, theater, dance, creative writing, and cross-disciplinary practices to campus. As a means of modeling and developing creative thinking at all levels of teaching and...
Exhibition: HockingMarch 4 – March 12, 11:00am – 5:00pm dailyFaulconer Gallery Grinnell artist-in-residence and Detroit-native Scott Hocking photographs his struggling city and creates installations using materials left in the abandoned, crumbling environments he explores. In...
Fellowships Fifth-Year A@G Assistant Fellowship The Artists@Grinnell Assistant Fellowship serves as support for the A@G project, is funded by the Innovation Fund, and is overseen by Faulconer Gallery. This post-graduate fellowship provides an opportunity for a recent graduate to...
2013-2014 Happenstance Theater (April 2014) Happenstance is a professional company committed to devising and producing original, performer-created visual, poetic theater. With the simplest means Happenstance seeks to elevate the moment when the performers and audience meet, to...

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Sometimes it’s who you know. That’s how the Faulconer Gallery at Grinnell College became the site of Greg Smith’s exhibition “Quality Uncertainty: The Market for Lemons.” Smith received a Guggenheim Foundation Fellowship in 2013 based on his proposal for “Breakdown Lane,” one of...
Happenstance Theater will perform IMPOSSIBLE! A Happenstance Circus at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, April 5, in Roberts Theatre in the Bucksbaum Center for the Arts. The professional company committed to devising and producing original, performer-created, visual, poetic theater. In the...
Happenstance Theater will perform IMPOSSIBLE! A Happenstance Circus at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, April 5, in Roberts Theatre in the Bucksbaum Center for the Arts. The professional company committed to devising and producing original, performer-created, visual, poetic theater. In the...
  As the first artist-in-residence brought in by the new Artists@Grinnell program this spring, you might wonder if Scott Hocking has worried about his responsibility to lead by example, or at least that he would make the ten-day stay worthwhile — maybe, that is, until you see...

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Visiting artists bring new work and creative processes to campus to inspire students, to mentor faculty and staff, and to build partnerships with alumni and the surrounding community.
Visiting artists bring new work and creative processes to campus to inspire students, to mentor faculty and staff, and to build partnerships with alumni and the surrounding community.

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