A new exhibit coming to Centre College's Norton Center for the Arts this fall will display the collaborative work created by two Centre faculty members. “2,000 Degrees: A Fire Odyssey,” is a three-dimensional exhibition that features hand-built ceramic sculptures by Japanese artist and Visiting Assistant Professor of Art Kensuke Yamada and glass creations by H.W.
Renowned glass artist John Kiley of Seattle, Wa., will give a presentation and demonstration Tuesday, Nov. 1 at 8 p.m. in the hot glass studio in Centre College's Jones Visual Art Center. A short visual presentation will be followed by a demonstration by the artist. Kiley began his professional career at the age of 19 at
Professor of Art Stephen Powell, an internationally renown artist whose elaborately colored glass vessels are held in permanent collections throughout the world, has taught at Centre College since 1983. In contrast to his delicate, almost unworldly art, Powell is a hard-working, down-to-earth teacher. He puts in long hours in intense small-group instruction to insure that students
On Nov. 19 at 7 p.m., Centre College will welcome glass artist Nate Watson ’98 to the Jones Visual Art Center for a short lecture and glass demonstration. A history major at Centre, Watson took several glass classes at the College and after graduation moved to Providence, R.I. and then California, where he completed a
Members of Omicron Delta Kappa, Centre College’s leadership honor society, hosted the annual Life Stories event on April 6, featuring an all-star line-up of College faculty who shared personal accounts of the academic and career journeys that led them to Centre. Speakers for this year’s program were Associate Professor of Chemistry Jeffrey Fieberg (Division III), H.W. Stodghill, Jr. and Adele
Centre College is known for being a hub of global learning, not only because students have the opportunity to experience the world through study abroad but also because the College regularly brings world class opportunities to campus. Such is the case of internationally acclaimed Italian glass artist Lino Tagliapietra’s upcoming visit to Centre, Oct. 24 through Nov. 4, when he'll return to
Most couples dream of the perfect wedding proposal, and for Danny Noll ’10, this meant returning to the place where his love story with Kasey Jackson ‘11 began. “We met at Centre College, so I knew I wanted to incorporate Centre into the proposal somehow,” Noll explains. Noll called on the help of renowned artist