Enjoy the works of art inspired by the compositions of this year's TUTTI composers throughout the Eisner Center.

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Fostering the TUTTI spirit of collaboration across disciplines, throughout the walls of the Eisner Center are works of art inspired by the compositions of this year’s TUTTI composers.

Nine Studio Art Seniors and four printmaking students working with Studio Art Professor Ron Abram have taken a piece of original music from a TUTTI composer and reflected on it through their own artwork.

The Seniors in Studio Art have taken the project one step forward with the experience of a workshop with Vail Visiting Artist Elizabeth Leister. A return to campus, Leister was also a 2016 TUTTI visiting artist. While the printmaking students have created large scale etchings, the seniors have created paintings that incorporate video and music through the use of Artivive, a state of the art augmented reality tool for artists. 

Independent Printmakers Lilia Chesser ‘20, Dana Phillips ‘20, Henry Selden ‘22, Rachel Weavers, ‘20. Senior Studio Art Practicum Fyodor Badkhen ‘20, Hannah Gohl ‘20 Ciara Harriague ‘20, Delaney McRitchie ‘20, Brendan Murphy ‘20, Anna Newman ‘20, Rebecca Wetklow ‘20, Zoe Whelan ‘20 and Zixuan Yang ‘20.

Exhibition on display from Tuesday, March 3 - Saturday, March 7


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