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School of Art Hosts First Master of Fine Arts Open Studios Tour
Experience a behind-the-scenes look into the graduate students' private studios and gain insights into their artistic process.
Art Students Take Top Honors in Third Annual Social Innovation Challenge
Kaylie Mitchell, Larissa Navarrete, and Elizabeth Alspach were awarded first place in the annual Social Innovation Challenge, held at the Brewer Family Entrepreneurship Hub.
Historical Quarterly Article Examines 'Lost Practice' of Paid Cartoon Advertising in Arkansas Politics
Professor Janine Parry and alumnus Dusty Higgins researched the paid cartoons used by candidates from the 1940s to the 1970s to satirize their political opponents.
Class Develops African Art Exhibit on Campus
Africa in Action: Selections from the University of Arkansas Museum is now on display on the fifth floor of Old Main.
School of Art Celebrates Fine Arts Library Acquisition, 'Bridget Riley: The Complete Paintings'
The School of Art celebrating the recent acquisition by the Fine Arts Library of Bridget Riley: The Complete Paintings, which documents more than 600 known paintings by Bridget Riley.
Reduced-Price Student Tickets Available for 'Philip Glass: Works for Piano' at Crystal Bridges
Student discounts available for the Van Cliburn Concert Series' Philip Glass: Works for Piano, featuring Maki Namekawa, Aaron Diehl and Jenny Lin Thursday, Dec. 6 at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art.
Socio-Political Artist Laylah Ali Gives Public Lecture Nov. 9
Prolific artist Laylah Ali, in conjunction with Red Ridge Editions, will give a free public lecture about her art, at 4 p.m. Friday, Nov. 9 in Giffels Auditorium in Old Main.
School of Art Design Students Gifted Membership to Leading Professional Organization for Design
All 72 design students in the School of Art's graphic design program are now officially members of AIGA, the professional association for design.
Lynn Jacobs to Present Honors College Mic Lecture on Bosch's Vision of Hell
Lynn Jacobs, distinguished professor of art history, will shed new light on Hieronymus Bosch's nightmarish scene at 5:15 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 4, in Gearhart Hall Auditorium.
Honors College Fellow Olivia Fredricks' Work on Display in Gearhart Hall
Olivia Fredricks' "zines" — self-published, handmade, semi-ephemeral books — were created while she completed residencies in Japan.