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Opening the October Art Crawl at WAG will be Caitlin Ackerman’s show, “Reflections of Love,” which presents a journey of self-discovery through the undefinable and subjective language of photography
Watkins is a physical place, but it’s also a culture and a community. To really see, feel, and understand what makes our campus so distinct, you must visit.
Fun, food, games, and of course art — all to benefit Watkins’s Art and Illustration Club. Join us on October 19 for a day that will enrich and inspire. All proceeds benefit the Club.
Celebrating 25 years of film at Watkins, the film program will present a free screening of a selection of some of the most outstanding productions