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Visual Arts

“Dementia Stain (Darkness Visible),” acrylic and embroidery on canvas

Beautiful Minds

Exhibit Presents Artist’s Colorful Interpretations of PET Scans of Mental Illness

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Bearden's "The Family"

An Activist’s Art

New Exhibit Highlights Romare Bearden’s Work Seeking Social Change

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Morgan Scott as Paul Laurence Dunbar in "Measure of Our Lives"

Off the Wall

Students Bring Historical Figures to Life at Portrait Gallery

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Woman walking in front of murals in storefront windows

Windows on Local Art

Installation Brightens Empty Storefront on Block Soon to Make Way for New City Hall

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A view of “[Un]Common Collections” gallery

Collecting Call

Driskell Center Exhibit Highlights Breadth of African American Art

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Cy Keener hangs art exhibit in Rockville, Md.

A Cold, Hard Act

Art Installation to Illustrate Climate Change Unexpectedly Disrupted—by Climate Change Itself

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Thousands gather for the Silent Disc-Glo, a silent dance party in partnership with Student Entertainment Events, on Saturday during the 2019 NextNOW Fest.

Another NextNOW Takes a Bow

Two-Day Festival Celebrating the Arts Welcomed Thousands

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Jim Henson poses with Sam, the star of "Sam and Friends, in a car in front of his parents' University Park home.

A Most Sensational, Inspirational, Celebrational, Muppetational Show

Exhibit Explores Jim Henson’s UMD Student Work

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Students dancing at NextNOW Fest

Five Can’t-Miss Features at NextNOW Fest 2019

Rock, Rap, Wrestling and Visual Poetry Among Highlights at Campus Arts Extravaganza

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Bo Peep, Joy, Mater and Kevin

A Character Sketch

Animation Leader on “Toy Story 4” Explains Thinking Behind Some of Your Favorite Pixar Stars

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Mural being painted

Colors of a Community

Graduate Class Joins Hyattsville Community on New Mural

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"Mushroom" sculpture

“A Second Life and a Second Identity”

Art Professor’s Wood Sculptures Featured in New Smithsonian Gardens Exhibit

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