Renowned contemporary artists lead exciting workshops and insightful lectures for students and all art lovers.
The Richard A. and Rissa W. Grossman Artist-in-Residence and Exhibition Series was established by Richard A. Grossman ’64 and his wife, Rissa W., to provide opportunities for intensive interaction between students and major artists. The series also supports presentations of significant exhibitions. The program has brought to campus some of the most significant artists of the later 20th and early 21st century. The strength of the residency lies not only in the quality of the artists, but also in the intensity of their interaction with the students.
Emil Lukas (Spring 2023) Heidi Wiren Bartlett (Summer and Fall 2022) Emilio Rojas (Fall 2021) Jim Sanborn (Spring 2020)* William Lamson (Spring 2020) * Christo (Spring 2018) Alison Saar (Fall 2016) * Judy Pfaff (spring 2016) * Audrey Flack (2015) * Pope.L (2012)* Terry Winter (2011) * Chakaia Booker (2010) * Kay WalkingStick (2009) * Xu Bing (2008) * Glenn Ligon (2006) * Fred Wilson (2005) Stephen Antonakos (2004) * Ursula von Rydingsvard (2003) * Frank Stella (2002) * Sam Gilliam (2001) * Ann Hamilton (2000) Gregory Gillespie (1999) * In Search of Master Artists: Selections from the Moore Collection of African American Art (1998) * Leon Golub (1997) Elizabeth Murray (1996) * Richard Anuszkiewicz (1995) * Robert Beauchamp (1994) Faith Ringgold (1993) Dorothea Rockburne (1992) * Indicates an exhibition of the artist’s work