Lamont Gallery Events

Virtual Programs

While the Lamont Gallery is currently closed to public visitors, our exhibitions and related programs are still available virtually.
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The Lamont Gallery will be offering a number of virtual educational programs this season. These will include artist talks and workshops from some of the many talented alumnae artists featured in A Collective Curiosity as well as continuing our “Art at Your Desk” series of artmaking experiences.
A preview of events is below – dates and times as well as additional programing will be updated throughout the winter.

Meditative Drawing Workshop

Thursday, January 21, 2021
3:30 - 4:15pm
Virtual Lamont Gallery Workshop

Take a breath … and draw. Learn relaxing, simple, meditative drawing techniques and create beautiful images by drawing structured patterns.

This workshop is free and open to everyone. No drawing experience necessary and the only materials you will need is paper, a pencil and your favorite pen.

Please register using this link by Tuesday, January, 19 for Zoom link.



Unconventional Fashion and Sustainability
Artist talk with designer Millicent Dunstan ‘15

Date TBD


Millicent Dunstan’15 is a New York based designer and fine artist whose work exists in the world of subversive fashion and sustainability.


Image credit: Millicent Dunstan ‘15, Plastic Fantastic Jacket & Pant, Spring 2019, Upcycled fabrics, bubble wrap, plastic bags, electrical tape, upcycled chains. Photo by Ben Lucas Jones



Visual Conversations
Virtual drawing workshop with Maud Bryt ‘83

Date TBD


Artist Maud Bryt ‘83 will lead students in making an observational sketch through to a finished abstract drawing which will embody both analysis and expression. 

Image credit: Maud Bryt ‘83, In The Studio, 2020, digital drawing


Meditations on Life and Landscape
Virtual Artist Talk with Elizabeth Gardner ‘83

Date TBD


The meditative landscape photography of Elizabeth Gardner ’83 is deeply embedded in how she lives her life with roots in philosophy and poetry and how she, like so many others, has transmuted the ache of living into beauty and strength.


Image credit: Elizabeth Gardner ’83, Summer Solstice, Photograph



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