Visual Arts













 2021-2022  /  2020-2021  /  2019-2020  /  2018-2019  /  2017-2018 



Visual Arts at Harvey Mudd hosts exhibitions at two locations: the hallways of the Parsons Engineering Building and the Caryll Mudd and Norman F. Sprague Jr. Gallery. In the hallways of the Parsons Engineering Building, student, faculty and staff artwork emphasizes the breadth of ideas being explored at Harvey Mudd College. Sprague Gallery curates exhibitions mainly of student, faculty and staff artwork and occasionally of alumni artwork. In addition to presenting works from the HMC visual arts courses, the gallery makes consortium-wide open calls that invite all students of the Claremont Colleges to participate. For more information, email to gallery@g.hmc.edu.



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Backdrop is an installation view of artworks on gallery floor: clockwise from top left, a flat monitor, a stack of prints on pedestal, a trash can, and a wooden dowel. In the video of Grant Murray’s Stop! (2017), Performer A stands on a pedestal, holds a dowel at shoulder height, and drops it; and Performer B shouts, “Stop!” to stop the dowel in mid-air. Aurora Leeson’s On Seeing the Grand Canyon (2017) is a stack of 200 prints of the Grand Canyon. Anabel Gómez’s Belongs in the Trash (2017) is a trash can with an oil painting inside. Fall Semester Exhibition (2017). Sprague Gallery.