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Gallery Exhibitions

Sandor Teszler Library Gallery

Japanese World Heritage Sites
February 8 - March 29, 2013
The Sandor Teszler Library Gallery

By 2011, Japan and 186 other countries had signed the World Heritage Convention pledging to the world that they would preserve the designated significant natural and cultural sites within their lands for future generations. This exhibition highlights the remarkable structures and landscapes that Japan has committed to preserving.

Martha Chapman Gallery

Wofford's Desegregation Decade
February 7 - March 28, 2013
The Martha Cloud Chapman Gallery
This exhibition is part of Re:Thinking Education, Wofford's Year of the Liberal Arts.

The decision by Wofford's Board of Trustees to admit all qualified applicants regardless of race came after a period of careful study, and in the South Carolina of 1964, proved to be controversial. While the state's public colleges had desegregated in the previous year, no private colleges in South Carolina were integrated. Wofford's announcement made headlines around the state, and brought both applause and strong condemnation. These documents and photographs from the College Archives tell part of the story of desegregation at Wofford, from the actions of the board through the arrival of the first African-American administrator and faculty member to the activities of the college's earliest African-American students.

Roger Milliken Science Building Exhibit 

3rd Annual Juried Student Art Exhibition
April 22 - May 9, 2013
Great Oaks Hall - Roger Milliken Science Center
Reception: Tuesday, April 23, 4:00 - 6:00 pm

Works in this exhibition are selected by a juror from outside of Wofford College to offer a new perspective on the merits of recent student art. Previous jurors include the artists and educators Ann Wenz (2011) and Dawn Martin Dickins (2012).

Any current Wofford student may submit work for review by the visiting juror. Works may have been produced in fulfillment of a class assignment or independently, outside of class, at any time in the past two years. No work at the exhibition was made prior to a student's enrollment at Wofford.

For more information regarding this exhibition, email Peter Schmunk at schmunkph@wofford.edu.