Contact

Wells College, Main Building
170 Main Street
Aurora, NY 13026 
stringroomgallery@wells.edu

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Gallery Hours:

  • Monday: 11am - 1pm, 2-4pm
  • Tuesday: 12:30-6:00pm
  • Wednesday: 1:00-4pm
  • Thursday: 12:30-6:00pm
  • Friday: 1:00-5:00pm
  • Saturday: 1:00-4pm

Please note that the gallery is open only when classes are in session.

Directions:

The gallery is located in the southwest corner of the first floor of the College's Main Building (no. 14 on the campus map).

Gallery Staff


Director:
Associate Professor of Studio Art Katie Waugh teaches photography, painting, drawing, and video. She is a multi-disciplinary artist working in video, fiber, photography, drawing, and occasionally performance, to explore issues of social performativity and collective aspiration. She earned her MFA in Fiber & Material Studies from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2010.

Student Work Study Staff:  Natasha Graham, Charisse Lambert, Nadia McCary, and Elaina Rose

Wells Visual Arts Program Staff & Faculty:

  • Professor of Studio Art, Theodore Lossowski assists with gallery events, and is responsible for teaching all phases of ceramics, three-dimensional design and sculpture, and for the revitalization of the photography program. As an artist he creates minimal, abstract mixed-media sculptures. Lossowski earned his MFA in Ceramic Sculpture in 1977 from the School For American Crafts at Rochester Institute of Technology.
  • Director of Wells Book Arts Center, Richard Kegler consults on Book Arts exhibitions.

 

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