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Ephemeral Installations on Campus

Students in the Art of Architecture class with Luc Phinney made ephemeral installations around campus that will be installed and viewable from May 8 to May 12. Stop by the Gilman Tunnel and take home an academic good luck charm, rest yourself in the oddly geometric arrangements of chairs in the Wyman Quad, or leave […]

Lecture: Japanese Women Artists and Feminism

Lecture: Japanese Women Artists and Feminism
Join a virtual lecture with Midori Yoshimoto on Japanese woman artists and feminism on March 25, 2021 at 6 p.m. The lecture is hosted by the Center for Visual Arts, History of Art, and East Asian Studies. Please register in advance to attend the lecture.

Drawing: Who’s Telling the Story?

Drawing: Who’s Telling the Story?
Adjunct instructor Tae Hwang’s course, “Drawing: Who’s Telling the Story?” was featured in a Medium Campuswire article this March. The course examines the historical usage of propaganda, bias in contemporary media, and data (mis)representation across a variety of visual mediums.