Visualize Your Creative Expression at Spelman
Visual art is the creative expression of ideas, personal identity, and culture that enriches the world in which we live. Art builds community, offers new perspectives, and provides unique insight to diverse traditions, philosophy and history.
The department of art and art history has a rich history, boasting iconic faculty such as Hale Woodruff and Nancy Prophet. Since the 1930s, the department has cultivated some of the world’s most talented Black artists, including Varnette Honeywood and MoCADA founder Laurie Angela Cumbo. More recently, it has educated contemporary leaders throughout the art field including artists, museum directors, curators, historians, community activists and graphic designers.
Join the Department of Art & Art History at the end of Research Day activities for the Annual Spelman - Morehouse Senior Art Exhibition!
The reception will be Friday, April 19th, in The Suites Art Space from 5:00 - 8:00 PM. We look forward to seeing your there!
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