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Jessica Weiss ’05


digitized violin player

A New Vision for Violin Instruction

AI-Powered App to Eyeball Posture, Form for Solo Practice

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NextNOW Fest

Ten Can’t-Miss Features at NextNOW Fest 2021

Annual UMD Arts Extravaganza Returns With Immersive Projections, Art-Making Workshops and Outdoor Music Pop-ups

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Frederick Douglass/Andrew Johnson collage

Professor's New Book Explores ‘Failed Promise’ of Reconstruction

Literary Historian Chronicles Frederick Douglass’ Disillusionment with Andrew Johnson

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David C. Driskell photo

$790K Mellon Grant to Fund Sculpture Commemorating Late Professor and Artist David Driskell, Expand Center’s Archive

Stainless Steel Abstract Artwork to Stand Outside Cole; Dr. Tritobia Hayes-Benjamin Archive Will Add Up to 25,000 Items to UMD Collection

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NOI Philharmonic

‘It’s a Very Liberating Feeling’

National Orchestral Institute + Festival Returns to In-Person Performance

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Dave Chappelle, Lauren Hill, Nina Simone illustration

In Black Radical Artists, Professor Finds Methods to the ‘Madness’

From Nina Simone to Dave Chappelle, New Book Explores Mad Undercurrent in Black Expressive Culture

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"Digging Holes for Planting Sugar Cane, Antigua, West Indies, 1823" by William Clark

NEH Grants to Support History Professors’ Research

Part of $24M Awarded Nationwide, Funds to Support Work Expanding Enslaved.org Database and Researching Book on NYC Transit Desegregation

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streetcar travels on Canal Street in New York City

History Professor Specializing in Slavery, Resistance Named Andrew Carnegie Fellow

Richard Bell to Receive $200,000 to Research Book on Desegregation of Public Transit in New York City

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Illustration of people with digital text/code

$4.8M Grant to Expand Black Digital Studies, New Labs

Mellon Foundation to Support 6 Institutions’ Focus on Technology and Inequality

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Members of Parker Quartet

Grammy-winning String Quartet to Offer ‘Sensory-friendly’ Virtual Performance

Welcoming Event Aims to Connect Patrons With Autism, Sensory Issues to Arts

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Jordana Moore Saggese

Professor Makes Space for Black Art in Academic Art History

Focus on Questioning Norms in the Field on Display in New Book, Journal Issue

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Sign showing Lakeland Urban Renewal Area

Drums, Oral Histories Combine to Tell a Local Black Community’s Story

‘Shadows of Lakeland’ Explores Challenges, Triumphs Through More Than a Century

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