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Students playing instruments

Surveying the Artistic Landscape

NEA-Funded Research Lab Studies Arts Education in K-12 Schools

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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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Holly Hagen ’89 makes capes at sewing machine

Creating Capes for a Cause

Alum Launches Fundraiser to Help Baltimore Kids Discover Their Inner Hero

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Sev Gedra portrait with headdresses in the background

An Artist’s Vision in ‘World Beyond’

When Not Making Ghastly Sets on ‘Walking Dead’ Spinoff, Alum Crafts Eye-popping Costumes

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Sensor in Arctic landscape

An Icy Endeavor

NSF Grant Will Enable Professor to Develop Low-Cost Sensors for Use in Arctic

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Two men at desk examining computer visualization

New Major Immerses Students in Coding and Creativity

First Introductory Course Offered This Fall, Two More Expected Next Spring

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David C. Driskell in art studio

David C. Driskell, African American Art Pioneer, Dies at 88

Distinguished University Professor Revolutionized Field of African American Art Through Scholarship, Innovation, Humanity

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