The Eleanor D. Wilson Museum at Hollins University is featuring “Eleanor Ray: 2021 Frances Niederer Artist-in-Residence” and “Elise Schweitzer: Painted Arches and Walled Gardents” through April 25.
In “Devonte Travels the Sorry Route,” his latest collection of poems, Professor of English and Creative Writing T.J. Anderson III is “responding to…shifts of identity within the African-American cultural and historical narrative.”
With 40 years as a professional filmmaker and nearly three decades teaching film in higher education. Associate Professor of Film Amy Gerber-Stroh has found that immersion in both vocations is the key to success and fulfillment.
Assistant Professor of Biology and Environmental Studies Elizabeth Gleim’s passion is studying tick-borne diseases, and she has been especially excited to provide research opportunities in both the lab and the field for Hollins students.
“He’s an extraordinary filmmaker, and he does it with such clarity in his heart,” said Dillard about Fellini’s enduring popularity. “[His] humanity draws us back to him, as well as his art.”
The associate professor of film explores the ways in which cell technology has impacted society, and imagines the possibilities if cell towers actually developed consciousness, in “Do Cell Towers Dream of Morse Code?”
Each year, the artist-in-residence program brings to campus a nationally recognized artist who produces work and teaches a special seminar. Ray’s work has been shown in solo exhibitions in New York City and Athens, Georgia, and is in the collection of a prominent art gallery in Sydney, Australia.
Professor of Classical Studies Christina A. Salowey has been named the Lurlene W. Todd Teacher of the Year for 2019-20.
Professor and Director of Gender and Women’s Studies and Director of Faculty Development LeeRay Costa shares how lessons learned during a pilgrimage through Portugal and Spain five years ago are offering direction and reassurance today during the pandemic crisis.
Environmental studies professors Elizabeth Gleim and Meg du Bray are working with researchers from the University of Georgia, Duke University, Clemson University, and the University of Rhode Island on a new study entitled, “Investigating COVID-19 Impacts on the Epidemiology of Tick-Borne Diseases in People and Pets.”