The Vermont Cynic

More than brick: Williams Hall

A sculpture sits atop a group of art departement lockers in the basement of Williams Hall. The building has become home to university’s art and anthropology departments. Sophomore studio art major “It’s literally a place where people come and express themselves and it’s not cut and dry like the new Discovery building, it’s not sterile. It’s history, it’s living with all of this art.”

Keely Lyons, Staff Writer

April 10, 2018

The Gothic, red-brick architecture of Williams Hall hangs over University Green, establishing the scene of the traditional  New England college. While Williams Hall is a familiar sight by many UVM students and faculty, its interior is less known. “When I saw Williams, I was like, ‘I’ve arriv...

Fund brings painter to talk abstraction

Mike Cloud, an assistant professor at Brooklyn College and internationally recognized artist, gives a presentation on his work as part of the Mollie Ruprecht Fund for Visual Arts March 21. When speaking about his process Cloud said, “I work on them until I don’t have ideas that would make them better, and then I stop.”

Addie Beach, Assistant Arts Editor

March 27, 2018

On the blackboard is the image of an wooden arrow suspended from a wall, a mixture of oranges, greens, yellows and blues painted in the sections. Each piece of wood contains tick marks and the name of someone who was hanged, written in small print. Abstract painter Mike Cloud gave a presentation on ...

Art department to be expanded

The Taft School is pictured Feb. 10. The school is currently un- dergoing renovations to build studios for the art and art history department. PHIL CARRUTHERS/The Vermont Cynic

February 17, 2016

The Taft School is entering phase one of a two-part renovation plan designed to expand the UVM art department.The University signed a long-term lease with the Burlington School District, the owners of the building, and plans to renovate the school in order to create additional studio and program space fo...

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