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Hendrix Odyssey Program Funding for Fall 2018 Cycle

More than $4 million in grants awarded since program’s inception

Kang to Explore Developments between U.S. & North Korea

January 29 Buthman Lecture at Hendrix College will address state of international relations in 2019

Philip Wharton to Perform at Hendrix College January 24

Renowned composer/violinist to take the stage in Reves Recital Hall

Hendrix Names Director for Windgate Museum of Art

Longtime Mid-America Arts Alliance CEO Mary Kennedy to lead new campus art museum

Hendrix Highlights of 2018

Top stories of the year at the state’s only nationally ranked liberal arts college

Fall 2018 Dean’s List

220 Hendrix students earn 4.0 GPAs in the Fall 2018 semester

Expert on Millennials in the Workplace to Speak at Hendrix

Bill Imada to address central Arkansas business leaders, recruiters

Exploring the White River Refuge with biologist Matt Moran

Featured in the Arkansas Times, Nov. 1, 2018

A Hendrix Professor's Experience In Her Own Words

Dr. Laura J. MacDonald '09 appears in Chronicle of Higher Education piece on pivotal moments in teaching

Two Hendrix Projects Receive Continued Support from ACS Mellon Grants

Funds will maintain programs for faculty of color, awareness of diversity

Hendrix Candlelight Carol Service to Reach Beyond Campus with Streaming Nov. 30 & Dec. 1, Tour Stops Dec. 13 & 14

Choir’s performance ushers in Christmas season for more than 1,200 attendees 

Hendrix College Model UN Team Named ‘Best Overall Delegation’

Five students bring home Outstanding Delegation Awards

Trustee, Alumnus Goyne Honored by AJC Dallas

Recipient of the 2018 AJC Dallas Human Relations Award a ’69 Hendrix graduate

Hendrix Alumni Help Shape Success of Little Rock Startup

Apptegy appreciates graduates’ familiarity with teamwork and problem solving

2018 Candlelight Carol Services to Feature Two World Premieres

Choir to debut pieces by Charles West and Timothy Allen; reservations open Nov. 19

Opioid Abuse Crisis Forum Set for November 13 at Hendrix

Three panelists to share experiences, perspectives on drugs’ impact in Arkansas

Hendrix Students and Faculty Present Research at 2018 Arkansas INBRE Research Conference

Detar, Jenkins, Gilmour, and Velazquez bring home awards

Hendrix Named to Washington Monthly 2018 Best Colleges Guide

Guide features first-ever rankings of best colleges for student voting 

New Arkansas Policy Program Report Examines Civic Health Among Arkansans

Campbell’s research highlights potential for increased community involvement 

Latest Class of Murphy Scholars Inducted

October 16 ceremony welcomed 30 students in a variety of majors

2018 Civil Rights Trip

Mid-October journey took students to sites of historical significance

Clark to Lead United Methodist Foundation of Arkansas

Hendrix development officer to head private foundation supporting UM ministry

LULAC Arkansas Council Becomes Hendrix College’s Newest Partner in Aspire Scholarship Program

Aspire Scholarship increases accessibility to Hendrix for Arkansas Latinx community

Hendrix Wind Ensemble Collaborates with Printmaking Students for ‘Images’ Concert

November 15 performance emphasizes interplay between sight and sound

Steel Center to Host Dr. Julianne Chung

November 8 and 9 events to include public lecture, discussion

2019 Willson Lecture and Steel-Hendrix Awards set for April 1 and 2

Dr. Alyce McKenzie to deliver lecture; three to receive honors at banquet

Hendrix to Host Phi Beta Kappa Visiting Scholar November 15

Brandeis University professor Birren to lecture on neuroscience

Organ Recital at Hendrix Features Halloween Theme

October 30 program by Timothy Allen to include spooky classics of the season

Hendrix to Award Odyssey Medals to Guinn, Nichols, Robertson

October 25 reception to highlight achievements of three alumni

‘Know Your Ballot’ Event at Hendrix October 29

Barth to guide overview of candidates and issues, followed by candidate meet-and-greet

Genetic Research Program at Hendrix Featured in Science Outreach Publication

Description of research led by Duina appears in ‘Scientia’ for audience beyond the scientific community

Mel Gill, Printmaking

Gill, Melissa

Associate Professor of Art

Office: Art Department A
Phone: (501) 505-1562

Matthew Lopas, Drawing and Painting

Associate Professor of Art

Office: Art Department A102
Phone: (501) 450-1262

Erik Maakestad, Ceramics and Sculpture

Maakestad, Erik

Associate Professor of Art

Office: Art Department A105
Phone: (501) 450-1264

Dr. Rod Miller, Art History

Miller, Rod

Professor of Art

Department Chair, Art

Office: Art Department A101
Phone: (501) 450-1423

Maxine Payne, Photography

Maxine Payne

Associate Professor of Art

Office: Art Department A107
Phone: (501) 450-4587
Fax: (501) 450-1473

View the Faculty Art Gallery