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- New Public Art on Campus November 16, 2015
The eight student artists in David Finn’s Public Art class (ART 215) will be installing their work around the campus over the next 2 weeks. Some is inside buildings, at the Common Ground coffee shop, for example, and others are concentrated near the magnolia quad, the library and scales itself. One set of works is ...
- What Can The Inuit And Nuer Teach Us About Sharing? Joel Tauber presents a story from The Sharing Project in The Huffington Post February 25, 2015
Assistant Professor Joel Tauber’s art installation, “The Sharing Project”, opens in Berlin at the Adamski Gallery (April 2 – 29) and travels to the University Art Museum at Cal State Long Beach (June 12 – July 12). Enjoy reading this piece (and 7 more!) from The Sharing Project in The Huffington Post in ...
- The Faces Of War And The Rise Of Reconstructive Artistry: David Lubin talks about his new book on WFDD February 20, 2015
“Flags and Faces: The Visual Culture of America’s First World War,” is a new book by Wake Forest University Charlotte C. Weber Professor of Art David Lubin. The book chronicles public perceptions about World War I and how they were shaped in large part by American artists, photographers, and graphic designers. The book’s second section, ...