Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery
The mission of the Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery is to serve as an important teaching instrument and visual resource in the education of Scripps women. The main purpose of the Gallery is to acquire, preserve, catalog, research, and exhibit works of art in Scripps College’s collection. The Gallery makes use of this collection, works loaned from other institutions, as well as works of diverse artists, to present exhibitions that enhance the Scripps curriculum in the arts and humanities.
|May 1-17, 2015
||2015 Scripps Senior Art Exhibition
An annual exhibition of final thesis projects created by graduating studio art majors, the Senior Art Show is the culmination of the studio art major at Scripps.
|Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery
|May 13, 2015
||Scripps College, Home Savings and the Origins of the MIllard Sheets Studio
Adam Arenson, Professor of History and Chair of Urban Studies at Manhattan College, will present his research on the art, architecture and urban context of the Home Savings and Loan buildings designed by the Millard Sheets Studio in Claremont. We will see how the methods of the studio emerged from the experiences of Sheets and […]
|Malott Commons, Hampton Room