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Online Auction Open!!

The Friends of the Davison Art Center’s first-ever online auction is officially open.  Browse our site on Bidding for Good and bid on beautiful works of art and some unique experiences.  And then come visit us onsite Saturday November 2 rom 3pm-6pm for a viewing of these works as well as a chance to bid […]

David Schorr, Professor of Art, shared with a group of almost 30 visitors an edition by Robert Motherwell (1915-1991) during the Artful Lunch Series. This piece, Gauloises Bleues (1968) was purchased for the DAC collection with National Endowment for the Arts funds for works by living American abstract expressionalists. Interestingly, Schorr shared with the group […]

Tired of eating lunch at your desk? Join us today at 12:10pm for the FDAC’s Artful Lunch Series with David Schorr, Professor of Art, as he talks about his favorite work in the Davison Art Center collection. Bring a bag lunch and enjoy coffee, homemade cookies, and conversation following the talk. See you there!

Over 150 visitors attended the opening for APOTHECARY (storehouse): new paintings by David Schorr on Friday evening.  Wesleyan faculty, students, staff, alumni, and community members all crowded into the gallery to listen to the Professor of Art speak on his show.  The exhibition features over 75 paintings of antique apothecary bottles completed by the artist […]

Please join us TONIGHT for the opening of: APOTHECARY (storehouse): new paintings by David Schorr.  Opening reception 5:00-7:00 p.m. Gallery talk by David Schorr, 5:30 p.m. APOTHECARY (storehouse): new paintings by David Schorr presents recent work depicting antique apothecary bottles with imagined contents. Meticulously executed in gouache and silverpoint on luxurious, colored Fabriano Roma papers, […]

The FDAC is pleased to announce that the Artful Lunch Series is now available as a downloadable video podcast on iTunesU!  The first two podcasts are available from our October and November talks featuring Andrew Szegedy-Maszak and Sasha Rudensky. Click to learn more about the Artful Lunch Series, and be sure to come to our […]

Master Printer Cole Rogers gave a gallery talk at the opening reception for the Julie Mehretu show Wednesday to 65 visitors including faculty, staff, alumni, students, and members of the community.  His presentation provided a unique insider’s perspective into the artist’s work and how her ideals and mastery changed over the course of her career. […]