Frank Williams Visiting Artist: Marco Maggi
New York and Uruguay-based artist Marco Maggi uses a range of unexpected, everyday items to create drawings, sculptures, and interventions in space. Through humor and metaphor, his works refer to dense histories and coded forms of information without resorting to direct reference. Meticulously crafted, Maggi's artwork rewards slow and close examination by the viewer, something he considers an integral part of his practice. He has exhibited extensively in the US and internationally, in galleries and museums. He represented Uruguay in the 2015 Venice Bienniale.
Generously supported by the Frank Williams Visiting Artist Series
Nov 21, 12:45 PMNovember 2019 Democratic Debate: Faculty Discussion of Key Points and Takeaways
Who will emerge as the front runner after the next Democratic debate? What will be the most debated points and policy stances Join Wellesley faculty for a debrief, conversation, and Q&A. Pizza lunch will be provided.Event Date:Thursday, November 21, 2019 - 12:45pm
Nov 14, 4:30 PMRobin Sparkman ’91: Listening Is an Act of Love: Lessons from StoryCorps
StoryCorps CEO Robin Sparkman ’91 discusses the power of storytelling to create empathy and bridge divides and how StoryCorps brings people together to have the most meaningful conversations of their lives.Event Date:Thursday, November 14, 2019 - 4:30pm