Assistant Professor Nicole Woods will deliver new research at Stanford University this week. The title of her paper, “A Mother’s Voice: Narratives of Racial Terror and Redemption in Mary Kelly’s Vox Manet (2006-2008)” will be presented at the International Conference on Law, Culture & the Humanities.
Jason Lahr’s solo exhibition Electric Funeral features recent paintings on shaped panels.
In its third year, the Solarium Gallery, located in the heart of the Graduate School offices, hosts the work of 10 artists from the Department of Art, Art History & Design Master of Fine Arts program, and presents a variety of compelling artworks created in Riley and West Lake Halls.
CALLING ALL STUDENT ARTISTS AND CREATIVES to respond to the phrase, “Indivisible: Liberty and Justice for All.” Artwork can explore race, gender, religion, sexuality, ability, the environment, immigration, incarceration or other contemporary realities in which human dignity is threatened or enhanced. Whether capturing a current injustice or portraying a new vision of solidarity, this art should reflect a “community where all can live truly human lives, free from discrimination on account of race, religion or nationality, free from servitude to others or to natural forces.” (Pope Paul VI, Populorum Progressio)