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Gender and Body Politics Artist Launches 2018 School of Art Lecture Series
The School of Art kicks off the new year with an anticipated visiting artist: Sara Greenberger-Rafferty. Her lecture is at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 25, at Hillside Auditorium, room 206.
Art Professor Sean Morrissey's Prints on Display in the Honors College
Sean Morrissey explores the contemporary American landscape in his prints, an interest he attributes to a childhood steeped in the historic and handmade.
Multiple U of A Students Earn Gilman Scholarships to Study Abroad
Edgardo Alaniz, Megan Davidian, Alexander Holden, Lena Nguyen and David Sweere have been named recipients. Angela Thompson-Neeser has been named an alternate.
Transformative Gift Allows U of A to Expand Local Art and Design District
Windgate Charitable Foundation gives $40 million to expand art student studio space, create new facilities and engage community.
School of Art Hosts Fashion Photoshoot for 'The Scout Guide Northwest Arkansas' Publication
The School of Art recently hosted a photo shoot at the university's Sculpture Studio featuring the chic fashions of local boutique Lola, for The Scout Guide Northwest Arkansas publication.
Construction Underway on New Stadium Drive Residence Halls
The first new student housing since 2013 will provide 708 students a Living Learning Community focused on design, fine arts and English.
U of A to Host Symposium on 500th Anniversary of Protestant Reformation
The University of Arkansas will host a symposium today and Friday about the 500th anniversary of Martin Luther's inauguration of the Protestant Reformation.
Honors College Grant Provides $85,000 for Faculty, Undergraduate Research
The Honors College has awarded more than $85,000 in grants to 17 faculty-led research projects to promote undergraduate research and honors student researchers.
Communicating With Color: An Open Access Week Presentation by Sam King
Sam King, associate director and coordinator of foundations for the School of Art, will offer an introduction to the essential properties of color at noon Thursday in the Reynolds Center.
Local Artist Ben Edwards Exhibits Work at Faulkner Performing Arts Center
Edwards will discuss his painting, Redacted (An American Quilt), at noon Tuesday, Sept. 26, in the lobby of the Faulkner Center.