Hiroshige's One Hundred Famous Views of Edo: Behind the Scenes of a Celebrated Japanese Woodblock Print Series

Tuesday, September 26, 2023
4:30 pm
Naylor Auditorium, Gailor Hall

Some of Utagawa Hiroshige’s designs in his series One Hundred Famous Views of Edo are among the best-known woodblock prints and have been cherished since their inception in the 1850s. Hiroshige captured 118 different scenes in the metropolis of Edo, today’s Tokyo, and sourced his ideas from illustrations in previously published books.

Prof. Malde named Visiting Artist at the University of Louisiana

Professor Pradip Malde has been named a visiting artist at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette in 2023.

Photo Show Live with Pradip Malde

Wednesday, October 5, 2022
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Pradip Malde will join Michael Chovan-Dalton via Zoom to talk about his new book, From Where Loss Comes.

From Where Loss Comes is an unblinking look at how sacrifice and belonging are deeply rooted in the human experience. Sixty photographs and close to 9,000 words consider pain and suffering that is private, sacrificial, and yet rattles against values that are thought of as being inalienable — our fundamental human rights.

Penumbra Foundation Artist Talk

Join us next week on Thursday, September 29 at 6 PM, for a book signing and presentation event for Morgan Post's (@morgan_post_studio) textbook, ⁠"Alternative Process Photography for the Contemporary Photographer: A Beginner's Guide." Pradip Malde (@pradipmalde) will be in conversation with Post and visual artist Stephanie Paine. 

Penumbra Artist Series Fall 2022: Prof. Malde Book Signing

Wednesday, September 28, 2022
7:00pm EST
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Pradip Malde will also be signing his book From Where Loss Comes. To learn more about the book or purchase, please click here.

Prof. Malde's publishes: 'From Where Loss Comes'

Professor Pradip Malde's new book From Where Loss Comes explores the practice and customs of female genital mutilation in Tanzania.


A generous gift from the Guarisco family for majors seeking a degree in Art and Art History at Sewanee, this prestigious award covers full-tuition for the senior year and supports summer travel for research and internship opportunities.

C'04 Art Alumnus Mary Hall Debuts Airport Exhibition

Sewanee Class of 2004 Alumnus and Art Major Mary Stuart Hall recently debuted her year long installation at the Atlanta, Georgia International Airport. City as Site is an exhibition of six exhibiting artists at concourse E in the Hartsfield-Jackson International Atlanta Airport. Hall's installation, near gate E15, is called As the Crow Flies.

The 2022 Guarisco Merit Scholarship - Apply Now!

The Peter V. Guarico Merit Scholarship in Art provides support to senior Art majors for a year of tuition and summer research and internship travel. Candidates are eligible to apply for the scholarship during their junior year with the announcement of the scholarship recipient made at the end of March.

Art Minors Exhibition

The Carlos Gallery and the Department of Art, Art History and Visual Studies of the University of the South are pleased to Present Online Exhibitions by the graduating Art Minors of 2020.

Floating Needles: Art Seniors Thesis Exhibition

The University Art Gallery and the Department of Art, Art History and Visual Studies of the University of the South are pleased to Present online exhibitions by the graduating Art majors of 2020.

Photographic Curatorial Practice in Times of Climate Crisis

Celina Lunsford will introduce us to the logistics of making exhibitions and then focus on showing work from international photo-artists concerned with the issues of climate change and the environment in their work, such as Han Sungpil, (KR), Claudia Petraroli, (IT), Mathieu Asselin (FR).