Reed Arts Week: Might Now

Million dollar rock rocks campus.

Rumors of a large rock circulated wildly around campus on Tuesday before the Visiting Artists show, however the rumors themselves turned out to be larger than the fist sized rock with a smiley face on the inside. This year’s RAW explores the subtle and strange using the theme “Might Now” as its jumping off point into peculiarity. The campus turns into a gallery as art takes to the library, the GCCs, the gym and of course—the art building. For the five-day duration of the event students will have the opportunity to interact with art as a part of their daily routine, whether they be math majors or linguistics students.

“Students gaze at handwritten postcards through glass”

“Students gaze at handwritten postcards through glass”

 
“Raw coordinators Lucy Weisner ‘16 and Jade Novarino ‘16 set up a piece of carpeting thats been picked apart by hand, revealing its fibrous skeleton.”

“Raw coordinators Lucy Weisner ‘16 and Jade Novarino ‘16 set up a piece of carpeting thats been picked apart by hand, revealing its fibrous skeleton.”

 
Painted beets

Painted beets

 
Holograms

Holograms

 
“Community members enjoy the opening day of RAW in the theater annex.”  

“Community members enjoy the opening day of RAW in the theater annex.”