Nancy Winship Milliken Studio often works with students and interns in a variety of capacities, typically as an Artist-in-Residence with lectures, studio visits, and a class project that usually involves the whole school. During the school year and summer the studio is open to interns to gather installation and studio experience for college credit.
Marlboro College students working on an installation.
This raw wool cube made from scaffolding, netting and wool was created in collaboration with students from the visual arts program during an artist in residency program at Westminster School in Simsbury, Connecticut.
The smell and texture of wool is prevalent, and the rain and wind will transform the sculpture. The flexible and soft walls of the Wool Cube are in contrast to the solid, static materials used in the nearby Armour Academic Center. The opening in front relates to the surrounding windows and doors. Inside the sunlight creates dappled designs, and at night, it is lit from within.
November's parsimonious light is caught in fishing net at Double Edge Theatre