Describing his work as being inspired by “the historical significance of the landscape,” Jamie Rodriguez creates installations that investigate the human condition using animals to illustrate narratives. Using diverse materials and building techniques, these manufactured chronicles draw attention to topics of displacement, identity, memory, location, migration, religion, dehumanization, and colonization through humor. Jamie Rodriguez lives and […]
The W&J Department of Music is not letting the COVID-19 pandemic get in the way of beautiful music-making! Our resident performing groups, including the W&J Jazz and Wind Ensembles, Choir, and Camerata Singers, are presenting concerts virtually until live performances become safe for audiences and performers. Tune in to our free concerts whether they are […]
Recital features selected performances from W&J’s Applied Music studios.
Pull up a chair to your computer and join the W&J Choir and Camerata Singers as they present their first Virtual Choir concert. The singers will learn their music through virtual rehearsals, then submit recordings of themselves. These recordings will be put together, forming a Virtual Choir video. Everyone who attends this online watch party […]
Opening Reception & Artist Talk: Friday, January 29, 6-7:30 p.m. Using rocks, bricks, and automobile tire shreds as mark-making tools, Athena LaTocha creates large-scale works on paper that explore the tenuous relationship between natural landscapes and landscapes marked by human intervention. LaTocha prefers to work on the floor, reflecting the relationship between human and landscape, […]
Athena LaTocha creates large-scale works on paper that explore the tenuous relationship between natural landscapes and landscapes marked by human intervention. Athena LaTocha received her MFA from Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY, and her BFA from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL.
The ever-popular Winter Tales returns for an evening of short one-act plays (ten-minute plays, actually) drawn from original scripts submitted by members of the W&J community. It is a fast-moving and diverse entertainment from fresh voices. Our nineteenth year! Located in Olin Fine Arts Center, Studio 102. Warning – possible adult themes/language.
Believing architectural structures act as both repositories and vehicles for memory, Morgan Craig creates large scale paintings depicting the built environment. Craig’s work is not merely documentation, but sociopolitical/socioeconomic commentary. The paintings refer to the slow disintegration of the future, and the abysmal fragmentation of the past. Morgan Craig lives and works in Philadelphia, PA. Craig received a […]
Believing architectural structures act as both repositories and vehicles for memory, Morgan Craig creates large scale paintings depicting the built environment. Morgan Craig lives and works in Philadelphia, PA. Craig received a BFA from the Tyler School of Art, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA, and an MFA from the University of the Arts, Philadelphia, PA.