Joan M.E. Gaither, Ph.D., will exhibit 22 documentary story quilts that represent different aspects and life experiences including familiar memories, stories of others and social justice concerns. Her show is called “I AM: Identity—A Shared History” and is part of the College’s colloquium series, “Narrative at the Edge of the World.”
The opening reception will be at 5 p.m.
Prospective students are invited to join us for men and women’s basketball games against Division III opponent Lycoming and experience a typical Game Day at Hood College. The day will begin with lunch where students will get to meet current athletes as well as other members of the Hood College community. All events for Game Day will take place in the Ronald J. Volpe Athletic Center. Schedule of events will be:
1 p.m. Women's Basketball Game
3 p.m. Men's Basketball Game
“Decadence of Display: Ceramics for Dessert” will feature works by Hood’s Ceramic Arts Technical Coordinator Lisa York and ceramic artists she invited from around the country including Elizabeth Coleman, Adrienne Eliades, Kate Maury, Catie Miller, Helen Otterson and Eric Thornton. Several pieces are from the “Küchen” exhibit from York’s ceramics residency in Germany during the summer.