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Time to Confess

Amelia Mundell April 25, 2019

Photo by Genevieve HumphreysConfessional: now available in places of worship, online chatrooms, and the Michael and Noemi Neidorff Art Gallery. On Thursday, April 25, eight senior art majors opened their...

“Taboo,” a project by ALEX MOTTER and QUINN BENDER. The art installation focueses on how fashion and the restrictions placed around it directly affects how identities are permitted to be expressed. photo by AMANI CANADA, photo editor

Identity and external perspective explored in the “Mini”

Georgie Riggs January 31, 2018

In Julia Poage’s piece, “The America I’ve Inherited,” one of her three graphic novel-style drawings exhibited in the "Mini," she defines the phrase the '1.5 generation.' This term generally refers...

Ariel Del Vecchio and Abigail Wharton's

Don’t play identity politics with people you don’t know

Abigail Wharton January 24, 2018

Co-signed by Ariel del Vecchio. Ariel del Vecchio and I are presenting a mixed media installation piece titled “Constructed Religiosity” at the Mini, a student art exhibition in Trinity’s own Neidorff...

Ariel Del Vecchio and Abigail Wharton's

Students’ art is an appropriative, white feminist mess

Cristina Treviño January 24, 2018

When you visit the "Mini," Trinity's annual competitive art exhibition featuring the work of nine students, don't be fooled by the prayer candles and altar, the messages of female empowerment on "prayer...

Students ARIEL DEL VECCHIO, ABIGAIL WHARTON, JULIA POAGE, KRISTINA REINIS, ELIZABETH DAY, and gallery manager MARK ANTHONY MARTINEZ prepare the exhibit before the next day's gallery opening. Photo by Amani Canada, photo editor

The “Mini” exhibits new student art

Austin Davidson January 24, 2018

Nine Trinity artists present their artwork Thursday at the opening reception for the "Mini," a student art exhibit featuring installations including sculpture and painting. Julia Poage, a junior double-majoring...

photo by Stephen Sumrall-Orsak, staff photographer

Trinity hires new gallery manager

Maggie Lupo January 17, 2018

The bright, airy Michael and Noemi Neidorff Gallery inside Trinity’s Dicke-Smith building stands empty right now. Soon, though, the gallery will display its first show of the semester, under the direction...

graphic by Andrea Nebhut

Pop art history: Peggy Phelan speaks on Andy Warhol

Abigail Wharton December 4, 2017

Students, faculty, staff and assorted lecture attendees filled every seat and parts of the floor within the Chapman Great Hall the evening of Nov. 14 to hear Peggy Phelan speak as a part of the Stieren...

illustration by Yessenia Lopez

‘Tis the season to give the merry gift of art

Abigail Wharton December 4, 2017

Getting through the holiday season as a college student is complicated. Once finals are over, I find it hard to think about anything than other than free home-cooked meals and taking time off to eat, drink...

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Lion-Hunting, Water and Flowers: Tim Whitmarsh lectures on Greek literature

Abigail Wharton November 14, 2017

The latest of this year's Lennox Seminar lecture series brought another lauded speaker from the University of Cambridge to Trinity. On Monday, Nov. 6, Tim Whitmarsh gave a talk titled "Lion-hunting with...

Writer of “Waking the Green Tiger” Liu Jianqiang discusses the goals of the documentary. The film itself focuses on the rising amount of green protests in China, and the successes and challenges that such movements and the people who form them encounter. Photo by Allison Wolff

Waking the Green Tiger: China’s green movements

Abigail Wharton November 9, 2017

A massive collaboration of 14 academic departments brought an award-winning documentary filmmaker and a leading Chinese journalist to campus for a conversation on environmental movements in China. On...

photo by Chloe Sonnier

Jennifer Ling Datchuk Opens Show in Neidorff Art Gallery

Abigail Wharton November 2, 2017

Jennifer Ling Datchuk is an artist at the top of her game. Specializing in ceramics, she also utilizes photography and mixed media installations. As a child of a Chinese immigrant and the grandchild of...

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