Entries by Andrew Witte

Chef/Restaurant Career Path Webinar

As a kickoff to its pilot chef in residence program, the Lunder Institute for American Art is partnering with DavisConnects to present a webinar for Colby students and others interested in careers in the culinary arts. On Thursday, April 6, 7–8 pm, spend an hour with four accomplished chefs to learn more about what it […]

Art + AI: Panel Discussion with Oscar Santillán

Greene Block + Studios Monday, April 10, 6–7pm The Lunder Institute for American Art is pleased to present a panel discussion to culminate the work of Lunder Institute senior fellow Oscar Santillán. As one of five awardees of the Holt/Smithson Foundation’s grant prize to create a project around Little Island, Santillán will discuss and present […]

Bryant Terry in Conversation with Dr. Taryn Jordan

Greene Block + Studios, 18 Main Street, Waterville Monday, April 3, 6:30–7:30pm Join chef, food justice activist, artist, critically acclaimed author, and community builder Bryant Terry for a conversation with Taryn D. Jordan, professor of women’s studies at Colgate University, about food inequality, Black food, and history. Terry fights for a more just and sustainable […]

First Friday, Downtown Waterville: Lunder Institute Open Studios

Meet the current cohort of Lunder Institute for American Art resident fellows at the Greene Block + Studios. This semester’s fellows are Tessa Greene O’Brien, a painter and curator, Dylan Hausthor, a photographer and printmaker, and Heather Flor Cron, a farmer, performer, and artist. Come and talk to these artists about their work and see […]

Student Internship Opportunities with Senior Fellow Oscar Santillán

The Lunder Institute for American Art and Buck Lab are seeking 2 research interns to work closely with Lunder Institute Senior Fellow Oscar Santillán via zoom/email for the 2023 spring semester. His practice emerges from the notion of “Antimundo,” which he understands as “a way of identifying and generating realities that do not fit in […]

Oscar Santillán: Teaching ‘Antimundo’ in the Classroom

Lunder Institute Senior Fellow Oscar Santillán has recently completed teaching a Jan Plan course for Colby students seeking to learn more about how we relate to technology. Jan Plan, a month-long exploratory term before the Spring semester, gives Colby students the opportunity to explore special topics that are not ordinarily offered during traditional academic semesters. […]

First Friday, Downtown Waterville

First Fridays celebrate the vibrant creativity of Waterville by inviting people downtown to engage in multidisciplinary arts experiences. On the first Friday of every month, visit downtown Waterville to meet artists, participate in various workshops, listen to live music, eat delicious local food, and come together as a community. Activities Join us at the Paul […]