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Exhibition Catalogue

Explore “Unreal Paradise” in Neidorff Gallery exhibit

Artist Marnie Weber features over thirty years of artwork in her collage series
Ashley Allen, Arts and Entertainment Reporter February 24, 2022

The collage exhibition “Marnie Weber, Unreal Paradise: Collage Works from 1992–2022” is now on view in the Michael and Noémi Neidorff Art Gallery in the Dicke-Smith Art Building until March 26....

Previously, on SGA: Football practice

Previously, on SGA: Football practice

Kathleen Creedon September 8, 2019

Senior Ty Tinker, president, introduced the two newest members of the Cabinet: Sophomore Nasim Salehitezangi, who joins as the legislative relations chair, and first-year Adeline Baumbach, who joins as...

Photo credit: Oliver Chapin-Eiserloh

Dicke-Smith in deep water

Kathleen Creedon September 5, 2019
Steinways risk damage after unexpected flooding in basement
Photo credit: Genevieve Humphreys

The “Spirio” of Trinity

Amelia Mundell March 21, 2019
Donors Mr. & Mrs. Dicke gift new technology to the music department.

Threshing Whispers exhibit opens

Rachel Poovathoor February 14, 2019
An opportunity to meet successful Trinity artists and immerse yourself in their work
OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA Photo credit: Kathleen Creedon

Mini Mania

Noor Rahman February 3, 2019
Student art fills the walls of the Neidorff Gallery in annual showing
What Dicke-Smith has to offer for non-majors

What Dicke-Smith has to offer for non-majors

Calliope Izquierdo August 23, 2018
Art, music departments provide resources, avenues for involvement
“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 Whartons Constructed Religiosity, on display as part of the Mini exhibit in Dicke-Smith until Feb 12, 2018. photo by Amani Canada.

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...