We offer introductory to advanced courses in art history and studio practice that enable our students to develop artistic awareness, historical understanding, critical faculties and practice in the visual arts.
Explore new perspectives in the critical analysis of African verbal and visual arts, and examine the epistemological process of understanding cultural symbols, visualizing narratives, and verbalizing sculptures or designs.
This studio art course focused on complex global beading traditions, studying how the language of beadwork is used to tell stories, connect with ancestors, provide protection, create community, signify power, and challenge injustice.
This course will explore the Shahnameh as literature, history, and material culture—including illustrated manuscripts, printed books, ceramics, metalwork, and photography.
A conversation between photographer Jess Dugan and curator Mary Statzer. Dugan and Statzer's conversation ranged from whether art can help during difficult times, the artistic process, and the collaboration between artist and curator.
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