Richard T. Scott, BFA 2005, a figurative painter and writer working in New York and Paris, will be featured in the student-centered alumni speaker series "Dodd Dialogues" for the month of April 2016.
Scott is known for his emotionally charged classical paintings, which hover on the border between realism, romanticism, and often concern philosophical questions and alternative parallel narratives to biblical stories, myths, and literature. Combining skills and techniques from the Old Masters with philosophy, Post contemporary or Reconstructivism, his figurative work involves a synthesis of narrative and iconic symbolism. (Visit Scott's Website here.)
Dodd Dialogues is a speaker series that is being launched to help current students explore their academic pathways and career options leading up to and following graduation. By connecting students early on with alumni in their careers, students are better able to picture and establish their own personal goals, forging ahead in their own career paths.
We are excited to kick off our first Dodd Dialogue speaker with Richard T. Scott.
April 13, 2016
12:00 p.m., Visual Resource Center, 2nd floor in Dodd
Pizza and drinks will be served.