The visual arts program regularly hosts guest artists and speakers in short- and long-term residencies. Below is a list of recent speakers, including name of artist, position, title, and date of talk.
J. Henry Fair
Photographer, New York, N.Y.
Visiting Artist: Lecture to Images of Nature classes, demonstrations and critiques
Installation Artist, Tunbridge, Vt.
Visiting Artist: Installation of staghorn sumac completed by students in Studio Explorations II (Faculty: Jennifer Baker) and Environmental Sculpture (Faculty: Karen Swyler)
Mixed media artist, Seattle Wash.
Visiting Artist: Lecture, demonstrations and critiques
Ceramic artist and gallery owner, m.t. burton Gallery,
Surf City, N.J.
Visiting artist: Lecture, demonstrations and critiques
Michael Burton (GMC ’99)
Painting and Media, Lincoln, Neb.
Visiting Artist: Gallery show lecture, demonstrations and critiques in painting and drawing classes (Faculty: Dick Weis)
"In Loving Memory of an Innocence"
Artist in Residence: Ik-Song Jin was a one-year visiting artist from Korea, whose show, "In Loving Memory of an Innocence," produced at GMC, was displayed at the OK Harris gallery in New York City in late 2006.
Artist and author
"Art as a Catalyst for Environmental Reform"
Presenter: Professor Weintraub is a nationally known artist and author who presented her recent research activities to Delicate Balance students.
"Wild Woods of Wales"
Visiting Artist: Peter Davis is a large-format landscape photographer from Wales.
"Chapels of Wales and the Slate Valley"
Visiting Artist: Cefyn Burgess is known as a "National Treasure" from Wales -- a textile artist who interprets architectural elements in textile design.