Arts at Harvey Mudd College

Department of Humanities, Social Sciences, and the Arts

Concert Series 

Senior Recital: Kathryn Chan, Matthew LeMay, Kewei Zhou

May 6 - 31, 2021
Virtual Edition by Gayle Blankenburg Piano Studio

Kathryn Chan, piano
Matthew LeMay, piano
Kewei Zhou, piano

An image of three video stills combined shows, from left to right, Kathryn Chan, Kewei Zhou, and Matthew LeMay playing the piano in their homes.

Visual Arts 

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.
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, Liquid Amber Mall, Olin Patio, Platt Lawn, Shakespeare Theater, Strauss Plaza, and Thomas Garrett Lawn

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.


May 10 - August 29, 2021 – Extended until September 26, 2021
Virtual Viewing by Sprague Gallery

Svetlana Altshuler, Aaron D. Baldón, Newton Copp, Isabella Hackerman, Marcus L. Jackson, Julie Weaver Loffer, Zooey Meznarich, Vivian Monteiro, Ruth Mueller, Caetano Pérez-Marchant, Claudia V. Solórzano, Dri Tattersfield, Max Weirauch

A black and white drawing of a long-haired girl looking up towards the top left corner, from her perspective, and forcing with her hands her left eye to stay open.


December 15, 2020 - February 28, 2021
Virtual Viewing by Sprague Gallery

Students of Art 2 HM Modern & Contemporary Art Practices (Fall 2020)

A digital image of 3-D rendering of sharp-edged and multifaceted, stone-like structure with icons of a digital application listed on the top right corner.

So They Sang

December 8, 2020 - February 28, 2021
Virtual Viewing by Sprague Gallery

Jess Csanky, Brian Fahlstrom, Stephanie Hutin, Truman Knowles, Julia of Ks, Animesh Ray, Ariel Joy So, Waverly Wang

A pencil sketch of an elongated human figure flying and soaring among arrows in the same direction.

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Backdrop is a view from inside a gallery where artworks are installed: clockwise from top left, a flat monitor and keyboard on pedestal, weaved fruit roll-ups on pedestal, and a mini fridge on gallery floor. Fall Semester Exhibition (2018). Sprague Gallery.