Bridging the gap between the kitchen and Renaissance art
Mar13

Bridging the gap between the kitchen and Renaissance art

Photo credit: Pinterest By Daniella Snyder, Editor-in-Chief A cookbook, a Vincenzo Campi painting, and the evolution of the kitchen in the home. Deborah Krohn, director of Masters Studies at the Bard Graduate Center, tied the three entities together at a lecture titled “Kitchen and Table in Renaissance Europe”, a part of Gettysburg’s “Year of Food”. Krohn, with four forthcoming publications, focuses her teaching and research on...

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The origins of the unity posters in college houses
Mar05

The origins of the unity posters in college houses

By Katherine Lentz, A&E Editor Democrat or Republican, Independent or Libertarian, we’ve all been witness to increasing tensions not only in the Gettysburg community but also in the country as a whole. Combating the divisiveness that has taken over our nation without taking a political stance has proven difficult for many people. However, Assistant Director of Residential & First-Year Programs, Julia Collett, collaborated with...

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Vanessa Martinez leads gallery talk on Jose Guadalupe Posada
Feb23

Vanessa Martinez leads gallery talk on Jose Guadalupe Posada

By Morgan Hubbard, Staff Writer Vanessa Martinez ’19 presented in Schmucker Art Gallery on Wednesday February 15th as a part of the Jose Guadalupe Posada exhibition. The exhibition, “Posada: Jose Guadalupe Posada and the Mexican Penny Press,” will be on display until March 10th. Martinez’ talk focused on her experience moderating a panel at the “Mocking the Status Quo: Sociopolitical Humor and Satire in Latin America” Conference on...

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Schmucker Art Gallery offers tours of exhibitions and much more
Feb20

Schmucker Art Gallery offers tours of exhibitions and much more

By Daniella Snyder, Editor-in-Chief Instead of spending the lunch hour fighting for Servo cookies next week, take an hour to tour the Schmucker Art Gallery. The gallery trained five tour guides to present an hour long guide through the two current exhibitions. Tours are offered Wednesdays and Fridays. Both “Conversations: Studio Art Faculty Exhibit”, and “Posada: Jose Guadalupe Posada and the Mexican Penny Press” will be on display...

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New Schmucker exhibitions gain popularity
Feb18

New Schmucker exhibitions gain popularity

By Daniella Snyder, Editor in Chief Schmucker Art Gallery held their opening reception February 10th, for their two newest exhibitions: “Posada: Jose Guadalupe Posada and the Mexican Penny Press” and “Conversations: Studio Art Faculty Exhibition”. Over 250 visitors attended, making this reception one of the gallery’s most successful events. “Conversations” features the work of six studio art faculty members. While some of their work...

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Castle of our Skins finishes impassioned residency at Gettysburg
Nov29

Castle of our Skins finishes impassioned residency at Gettysburg

By Diego Rocha, Contributing Writer Castle of our Skins (COOS), a musical collective based in Boston, visited the Gettysburg campus from November 13 to the 15, holding a series of events over their brief residency that inspired and moved many on campus. For this stay on our campus, COOS brought members Fred C. VanNess Jr. (tenor), Orlando Cela (flute), Ashleigh Gordon (viola), Javier Caballero (cello), Anthony Green (composition and...

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