Victor E. Ferrall, Jr. Endowed Artists-in-Residence Program
The Victor E. Ferrall, Jr. Endowed Artists-in-Residence Program brings distinguished visual or performing artists to campus for as little as a day or two or for as long as a semester to teach, direct workshops, and perform or exhibit his or her works. During the artist’s stay, his or her work or work created by collaborating students is presented in an exhibition at the Wright Museum of Art.
The program was established in 1998 in honor of the ninth president of Beloit College, Victor E. Ferrall.
An artist, designer, and craftsperson, Aguiñiga draws on her upbringing as a binational citizen to tell the larger and often invisible stories of the transnational community.
Deep Listening instructor, Ph.D. Candidate at University California, San Diego and co-founder and director of TECHNE
Specializes in large-scale fabric installations for building exteriors and other public sites.
Beloit College graduate of the class of 2000. Performed extensively in music venue across the United States and Western Europe.
Performer and ethnologist whose activities span from Japanese traditional performing arts to monster truck rallies.
Assistant professor of art at Pomona College and recipient of the 2009 Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation Award among others.
Formidable trumpet player who makes custom trumpets, and is also a professional photographer.
Artist whose work has been exhibited domestically and internationally at venues such as PS1/MoMA, the Serpentine Gallery, New Langton Arts, Artists Space, SculptureCenter, and the Palais de Tokyo.
Professor of ethnomusicology at the University of Chicago and an artistic director of the New Budapest Orpheum Society.
Social activist, artist, and co-founder of the Center for Tactical Magic.
Multidisciplinary artist represented in Portland by Jane Beebe at PDX Contemporary Art and in Seattle, Wash., by Greg Kucera Gallery.
Chair of the film and video department at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, N.Y. He previously taught film, video, and audio production at the University of Iowa.
Professor at Maryland Institute College of Art and multimedia artist whose work has been featured at the Museum of Modern Art among others.
Director of the graduate fashion program at School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
“Orchestra of Voices” Chanticleer
Teacher at the School of Visual Arts in New York City.