First Exhibition to Examine Painter Winslow Homer’s Use of Photography opens at the Bowdoin College Museum of Art on June 23
“Winslow Homer and the Camera: Photography and the Art of Painting,” the first exhibition to look at the role of photography in Homer’s artistic practice opens at the Bowdoin College Museum of Art on June 23.
Being aware of your own cultural background as well as that of your students is critical to more effective teaching and learning—that was the message explored recently by faculty taking part in the first day of the College’s four-day May Institute.
As he prepares to turn ninety in August, Bowdoin professor emeritus John Rensenbrink just published his most important book.
Kelly Allen McLay ’02 ran seven marathons on seven continents in seven days.
By Richard Lindeman On October 26, 1865, Bowdoin’s Class of 1866 inaugurated “Ivy Day” with a public address and poem in the College Chapel, planting an ivy and singing outside the Chapel south tower, and an evening concert in downtown Brunswick. The ivy represented a class tribute, symbolic of both the friendship that classmates held […]