Center for Art & Media
The Center for Art and Media at Goucher College offers a unique and innovative mix
of courses covering media studies, fine arts and journalism. Students are taught production
techniques under the guidance of practicing professionals. The Center is committed
to using these tools as a base of critical inquiry, informed by an ethically conscious
liberal arts education. Courses examine how communication industries and visual artists
work in both contemporary and historical societies, circulating ideas, stories, and
images that express and define human experience and imagination. By understanding
the production, distribution, and audience reception of culture, students gain insight
into individual creativity and social practices. Through the processes of research,
production, reflection and critique, students learn to engage meaningfully in our
increasingly visual world.
- March 23, 2018
The Baltimore Sun media critic and Goucher communication and media studies assistant professor wins Penn State's annual Bart Richards Award for Media Criticism.
- June 26, 2017
David Zurawik, communications and media studies assistant professor, has won the 2017 National Press Club's Arthur Rowse Award for Press Criticism.
- February 19, 2019
Fluid Frequencies A Site-Specific Video Installation by Greg St. Pierre ‘08 Greg is one of Goucher College’s Sherman Fairchild Artists in Residence for the Spring 2019...
- Image associated with "The Book as Art: Fine Press Books in the Goucher College Library at Athenaeum - Upper Level"February 19, 2019
This exhibit represents the work of students who participated in Book Studies 383: The Art and History of the Book in fall 2018. In collaboration with the staff of Goucher’s...
- February 19, 2019
Widely known for her iconic series, the Greenheads, which was the subject of a traveling museum exhibition from 2012-13, Ali explores power dynamics and interpersonal conflict...