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Archive 2014 Spring

​The exhibition will feature over twenty wall-mounted steel sculptures, illustrating the development of a conceptual idea, by the contemporary artist Larry Kagan.

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Arts Professor Caren Canier will give a guest lecture at Haverford College on April 1st, 2014 from 4:30 – 6:00 pm.  Professor Canier will discuss “The Present Moment of the Past: Paintings and Collages.” 

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Arts Professor Pauline Oliveros will install her Deep Listening Room in the Ehrenkrantz Gallery in the Whitney Museum for the Biennial, May 21-25.

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Alison Berkoy presents Company, an interactive multimedia experience of stories, games, and performances.
Recption on Fri, May 2nd @ 7pm
Sat/Sun, May 3+4, 3 to 7pm  Installation
Admission: FREE
Harvestworks: 596 Broadway, #602 | New York, NY 10012

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Artist and Arts Dept. Lecturer Ken Ragsdale is currently featured in Felt & Wire, the blog of Cohoes-based Mohawk Fine Papers, discussing his memory-inspired paper installations.

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Raven Kwok (aka Guo, Ruiwen), Master of Fine Arts student's work "1194D" was awarded second prize in Reykjavík Visual Music Punto y Raya Festival 2014 Official Competition.
 

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The exhibition, currently at the Art Department Gallery of Meramec College in St. Louis, is part of Metz's Laborers series, in which he uses printmaking, collage, video, and sculpture to critically investigate the intersection of labor and technology.

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On Wednesday, February 12 at 10:00 pm EST, the nationally syndicated television program "UnSung" will air a documentary on Gil Scott-Heron on TVOne (Channel 184 on Time Warner Cable). Professor Ade Knowles appears as one of the former members of Gil Scott-Heron and the Midnight Band.

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A specific childhood memory is represented in foam board, graphite, ink, and fishing line in 5th Floor Lounge in Sage Labs. 

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The Ninth: Destiny of a Symphony
February 28, 2018 4:00 PM
EMPAC Concert Hall

Film screening and panel discussion on Beethven's 9th symphony.    Co-sponsored by Student Life with the School of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences.