Williams Center Gallery


January 9, 2012

Photo Gallery: Lafayette Gets Yarn Bombed

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Sticks, Hook, and the Mobius: Knit and Crocheting Go Cerebral, an exhibit in the Williams Center Gallery, kicked off with a “yarn bombing” led by guest curator and Easton resident Susan Huxley. Members of the Lafayette and Easton communities were invited to help attach afghans to the handrail of the staircase that links North Third [...]


March 21, 2011

The Vase Project Comes to Lafayette April 1-May 21

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The Vase Project: Made in China—Landscape in Blue consists of 101 porcelain vases painted by Qing Hua (blue-and-white) artists in Jingdezhen, China, from 2004 to 2006. The exhibition will be on display in the Williams Center Gallery, April 1-May 21. Although all the vases depict a landscape, which is traditionally found on vases, curator Barbara [...]


March 18, 2011

Dedication to the Arts: Lafayette Celebrates Various Forms of Visual Expression through its Four Galleries

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The vibrant arts scene is a big part of campus life at Lafayette. Including the EPI (Experimental Printmaking Institute)/Riley Temple Gallery dedicated earlier this month, the College has four venues focusing on different aspects of visual art from photography to works by local artists and historically underrepresented groups. EPI/Riley Temple Gallery The inaugural exhibit of [...]