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Metal foundry students create art, forge friendships

Author: Claire Reid

Metal Foundry Photo By Jack Harrington

If you are still scrolling through NOVO looking for a class to fulfill the University’s fine arts requirement, sophomore Graeme Marshall has a recommendation for you: Metal Foundry.

“The class is focused on making art pieces by pouring liquid metal into a mold, called a void, and then cooling it,” said chemical engineering major Graeme Marshall. …

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With prestigious fellowship, art historian to study work of ‘acidic’ African American painter who made a mark among the Beats

Author: Pat Milhizer

Nicole Woods, a Notre Dame assistant professor of art history, has received the Leonard A. Lauder Visiting Senior Fellowship from the Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts, a world-renowned institution that brings scholars to Washington, D.C. She will spend much of the spring semester in the nation’s capital, working in the archives of the National Gallery of Art as well as the Smithsonian and the Library of Congress. Woods is studying the paintings of Bob Thompson, an African American painter from Kentucky who ran in the Beats' social circles in Greenwich Village after World War II.

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Fri Jan 28, 2022

SBMA Exhibition: "Enmeshed: Our Changing Relationship With Space and Time in a World of Digital Interdependence"

Location: South Bend Museum of Art

Enmeshed includes a selection of artists from around the world who generate art that exists in and out of the real world through the use of computers. Some have been working in this mode of practice for over forty years and others have known no other mode of creation. Enmeshed will bring these authorities together.

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ISLA Webinar with NEH


Location: online

ISLA is very pleased to host a webinar with Dr. Russell M. Wyland, Deputy Director of the Division of Research at the National Endowment for the Humanities on Friday, January 28 at 12:00 noon. 

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