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Visual Arts

“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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David C. Driskell

Crowdsourcing Project Aims to Preserve Work of African American Art Pioneer

Correspondence, Other Documents of Groundbreaking Artist, Scholar and Curator David C. Driskell to Be Widely Available Online

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David Driskell in studio

HBO Documentary Explores Impact of ‘a Trailblazer for All of Us’

Film Premieres Tonight About Late UMD Professor David C. Driskell’s Groundbreaking Exhibition of Black Artists

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Collage of three pieces from "In Focus: Representations of Black Womanhood" exhibit: “Body Study Ego,” “Revolving Points” and “Black Girl Bitter”

Black Womanhood ‘In Focus’

Stamp Gallery Exhibition Questions Traditional Notions of Identity

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Painting of a woman from "The End" exhibit

The Beginning of ‘The End’ for 2020’s Reflections

New Student-Led Art Exhibition Interprets a Year Like No Other

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