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Visual Arts

Elizabeth Katt adding tally marks to adding machine tape

Seeing COVID-19’s Mark

Art Student’s ‘Accounting’ Makes Toll Visible

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Project Fearless Season 1, by Berkeley Poulsen: Drawings of characters representing UMD majors

Major Characters

Student Digitally Paints Engineering, History, Psychology and More Into Fantastical Figures

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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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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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Storm cloud

Photographing the Unseen

UMD Art Gallery Acquires Images of Eerie Skinwalker Ranch

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Second life virtual museum

Accessibility Exhibition Gets ‘Second Life’ in Virtual Museum

‘Redefine/ABLE: Challenging Inaccessibility’ Now Open

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David C. Driskell at work in his studio

An Online ‘Paper’ Trail

New Virtual Exhibit Honors Renowned Artist, Professor David Driskell

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“Entropic Construction”

An Artful Solution

Whether Tool Shed, Parking Lot or Alley, MFA Thesis Locales Show Extra Creativity in Virtual Exhibition

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Window with “In Dark Times, Shine Your Light Brighter” painted on it

Painting Pictures of Hope in the DMV

Terp Restaurateur Brightens Windows, Helps Guide D.C. Reopening

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Illustration of a turtle with a camera for a head

Hitting ‘Play’ at Home

UMD Art Gallery’s Online Exhibit Explores Our Tech Reliance

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Cy Keener screengrab

Big Ten Network: Finding Art in Changing Environment

Assistant Professor Communicates Scientific Findings in Unique Visual Installations

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February Fell from the Ladies Almanack

An Illustrated History

Exhibit Celebrates Artwork of Innovative Feminist Djuna Barnes

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