On Tuesday, August 19 work began near Coffrin Hall and Le Chateau for the installation of the latest addition to Middlebury’s collection of outdoor public art. The site is being graded and prepared for the arrival of Youbie Obie, a large work in cor-ten steel by alumni artist J. Pindyck Miller ’60. The work will be craned into place this coming Wednesday, August 27, and the project will be completed during the following week with the addition of landscaping and information placards. For more information about the artwork and to follow the installation process as it progresses, please read the latest post on the Museum blog.
No, you’re not having déjà vu.
Since many people were turned away from his first two lectures on the Museum’s current exhibition Observing Vermont Architecture, Glenn Andres, Professor of the History of Art and Architecture, will reprise, for a third time, his introduction to the exhibition. His free lecture, scheduled for Monday, March 17 at 4:30 p.m. in the Concert Hall of the Mahaney Center for the Arts, will survey buildings both grand and humble, and designed by laymen as well as prominent state and national architects. Sponsored by the Middlebury College Museum of Art, the Friends of the Art Museum, and Architecture Table.
**Seating will be available on a first-come, first-served basis.**
Windham County Courthouse, Newfane, 1825, 1854 (Photo: Curtis Johnson)
The Friends of the Middlebury College Museum of Art invite you to nominate a Middlebury College student whose contribution to the visual arts in the community merits distinction. The Friends have made an annual award to a college student for nearly two decades, and recipients have included sculptors, filmmakers, painters, critics for The Campus, Museum volunteers, and founders of the M Gallery. Anyone (barring a relative of the nominee) can make a nomination.
This year the nomination process is entirely digital. We encourage you to learn more about the Museum’s annual Arts Awards program and to nominate deserving students. Nominations are due by the end of the day on Thursday, March 20, and the award will be presented on Sunday, May 5, at Kirk Alumni House, at the Friends’ Annual Meeting and Awards Dinner. The recipient and his or her nominee will be guests of the Museum. Please address any questions via email to Chief Curator Emmie Donadio or Programs Coordinator Mikki Lane.