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Interdisciplinary Collaboration Results in Illustrated Literary Magazine
A recent collaboration between a Department of English graduate student and a School of Art undergraduate student has led to the publication of a visually stunning issue of a literary magazine.
School of Art Welcomes Artists from The Color Network in 'Voices for Change' Exhibition
Voices for Change is currently on display and open to the public through Dec. 4. A virtual panel discussion with five of the artists will be held from 6:30-8 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 3.
U of A Humanities Center Announces New Round of Grant Recipients
Recipients for its second round of fall funding competitions include Alison Place, Manuel Olmedo Gobante, Valandra, Neba Evans, and Guillermo Pupo Pernet.
School of Art Welcomes Art History Endowed Professors
The School of Art welcomes art history scholars Jennifer A. Greenhill and John R. Blakinger as endowed professors.
New Book by Art History's Ana Pulido Rull Explores Mapping Indigenous Land and Native Land Grants
In her book, she analyzes the social function of native art in colonial Mexico through the examination of a corpus of maps known as Land Grant Maps or Mapas de Mercedes.
Communication Professor New Executive Director of 12th Annual Fayetteville Film Fest
This year's festival features 11 narrative and documentary feature films in 10 days, along with 30 short films screening direct, on-demand to your living room.
Graduate Student Speaker Series Continues With Acadia Kandora
Acadia Kandora, a candidate for the Master of Fine Arts, will give a presentation on "Shifting Landscape: an Ecological Blend of the Virtual and Physical" at 11 a.m. Nov. 19 via Zoom.
'Get Out the Vote: Empowering the Women's Vote' Exhibition and Panel
The Get Out the Vote: Empowering the Women's Vote exhibition is a collection of 65 posters by women commemorating the centennial of the 19th Amendment, granting women the right to vote in 1920.
School of Art Welcomes New Faculty
Fatemeh Abolbashari, John R. Blakinger, Jennifer Greenhill and Nicole Wilson have joined the faculty of the School of Art.
School of Art Welcomes Artist, Activist and Educator Endia Beal to Virtual Lecture Series
Endia Beal, a North Carolina based artist known for her photographic narratives, will provide the School of Art's lecture of the year at 5:30 p.m. today, Sept. 3, via Zoom.