Learning to Speak to a Risograph Machine

Dominic Bellido ’24, the Museum’s new Lantern Writer-in-Residence, shares his experience creating color prints with the Risograph machine at the Center for Book & Print in downtown Waterville during the Open House

Questions and Answers: Interview with Adriane Herman

Editor’s note: Kayla Merriweather, the Colby Museum’s Summer 2021 Black Family Curatorial Intern, interviews artist Adriane Herman, Lunder Institute for American Art Resident Fellow.  I am interested in the interactive nature

Questions and Answers: Interview with Veronica Perez

Editor’s note: Kayla Merriweather, the Colby Museum’s Summer 2021 Black Family Curatorial Intern, interviews artist Veronica Perez, Lunder Institute for American Art Resident Fellow.  Your work often utilizes hair. When we

Notes from the Studio: Lunder Institute Fellow Shares Music Demo

Editor’s Note: Jose Barrionuevo ’16 (Killer Bee) shares an excerpt from astuwiku (it comes together), a piece of music developed during his residency at the Lunder Institute for American Art. “Astuwiku,”

Looking to Lighten Up?

As part of the Colby Museum’s Community Day on July 31st, Lunder Institute for American Art Resident Fellow and self-proclaimed “Experience Broker,” Adriane Herman is orchestrating her 4th Emotional Value Auction

Food Phreaking Issue 04: Seeds

Artists Zackery Denfeld and Cathrine Kramer of The Center for Genomic Gastronomy are two of the artists behind the SEED-O-MATIC, the world’s slowest vending machine, which dispenses unique seeds with