Arts at Harvey Mudd College

Department of Humanities, Social Sciences, and the Arts

Concert Series 

Student Recital

December 5, 2021
3 PM
Drinkward Recital Hall and Lower Level Courtyard, Shanahan Center

The two-part concert begins with singers outside in the courtyard and moves indoors to the recital hall with pianists and other non-wind players.

This concert is open to students, faculty, and staff of The Claremont Colleges. Wearing a mask is required both indoors and outdoors.

View from the performance area of an empty wood-paneled recital hall with a grand piano and banked seating for 99.

Student Computer Music Concert

December 12, 2021
7 PM
Drinkward Recital Hall

The annual Computer Music Concert presented by HMC Music 88: Introduction to Computer Music. Come and celebrate original compositions.

This concert is open to students, faculty, and staff of The Claremont Colleges. Wearing a mask is required.

A digitally edited photo where a computer screen showing a music writing application is surrounded by curved rays of binary codes and musical notes.

Visual Arts 

5 senses

December 1 - 15, 2021
Sprague Gallery

A night view of lavender planted in a fenced garden.

Modern & Contemporary Art Practices

A Manifesto of Art as Art, September 14 - October 7, 2021, Sprague Gallery
ReadyMade, September 23, 2:45-4 p.m., Shakespeare Theater
Monochrome, October 12, 2:45-4 p.m., Hixon Courtyard and Strauss Plaza
Performance Happening, October 28, 2:45-4 p.m., Olin Patio
Video Art Video, November 11, 2:45-4 p.m.
TechNo, December 2, 2:45-4 p.m.
Another Manifesto of Art as Art, December 9, 2:45-4 p.m.

*Pop-up locations include Hixon Courtyard, Liquidambar Mall, Olin Patio, Platt Lawn, Shakespeare Theater, and Strauss Plaza.

Students of Art 2 HM Modern & Contemporary Art Practices (Fall 2021)

An image of three views of an exhibition combined. The three views photographed from different parts of the gallery space show all of the gallery walls, pedestals, and floor, to which printed papers are attached by blue painter's tape in an unorderly manner. Two installation pieces – one in a glass bottle and the other one of a mirror – are also visible.

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Backdrop is a view of an artwork hung from above the pedestal. Nick Dazell describes his work, Hooked: “Humans have been fly tying since at least 200 AD.... Hooked is an amateur’s attempt to dive into the world of fly tying with very simple materials and tools. In the collection there is a crankbait made from part of a toothbrush which would be used to catch trout or bass. The next lure is meant to simulate a fishing spoon. Made from a regular eating spoon, it would be used to fish for pike or muskies. The fly lure, made from paracord, would likely be used to fish for bluegill. The bottle cap lure has weights on the inside, and would be best for deepwater species.” Undesirable Pets (2021). Sprague Gallery.