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Visual Arts

Students paint mural

Putting the Art in Science

Student Led-group Works to Bring Together Tech Fields, Fine Arts

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Clarice Smith paints

A Portrait-Worthy Legacy

Clarice Smith, Major Supporter of the Arts at UMD, Dies

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Happy Birthday stamp

Getting the Party Started, USPS-Style

Postal Service’s Latest Birthday Stamp Designed by Student

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Masked students view artwork in gallery

‘Grounded … In Art-Making Practice’

20 Faculty Members Display Works in UMD Art Gallery’s First In-Person Exhibition Since Pandemic Began

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“Untitled (Urban Scene),” Hughie Lee-Smith, oil on masonite, 1955.

An Ever-Changing ‘Landscape’

Exhibition Highlights Overlooked Black Artists in American Artistic Tradition

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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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“Resilience Through Art: Black Legacies at UMD”

‘Legacies’ Worthy of Art

Stamp Gallery Exhibit Focuses on Black and Queer Terps

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“A Promise Made, A Promise Kept” artwork

New ‘Promise’ to Commemorate Pines’ Inauguration

Artwork by Driskell Center Director Celebrates UMD Creativity, Athletics, Activism

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"Face Tube (Our Portal)" by Alyssa Imes

In the ‘Midst’ of It All

New Exhibit at Stamp Gallery Highlights Graduate Students’ Work During COVID

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Art installation in parking lot

‘Lots’ of Art

New Installation Repurposes Open Parking Spaces to Celebrate Campus Creativity

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"Intolerable," a sculpure by Daniel Merkowitz-Bustos '21

Student Artists Capture Spirit of Black Lives Matter

Sadat Art for Peace Competition Winners Announced

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Flags from "In America: How Could This Happen …" art installation

A Living Memorial to COVID Victims

Professor Helps Digitize D.C. Art Installation That Symbolized Virus Deaths

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