A commentary on the American outdoorsman: Bryan O’Neill’s “Violent Ends”
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A commentary on the American outdoorsman: Bryan O’Neill’s “Violent Ends”

Graduate Student Bryan O’Neill’s exhibit, “Violent Ends,“ may at first seem like a mash-up of…

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Art 427 shares the importance of storytelling with the works of Jim Burger
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Art 427 shares the importance of storytelling with the works of Jim Burger

Over the next few weeks, UMBC’s ART 427 Museum Practice class is working hard to…

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American relations in Okinawa: a valuable lesson in history through art
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American relations in Okinawa: a valuable lesson in history through art

In the Center for Art, Design and Visual Culture, a particular exhibit in the back…

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PAWS FOR ART: Giving endangered animals a voice through digital art
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PAWS FOR ART: Giving endangered animals a voice through digital art

The digital art movement is ever-growing and one digital artist at UMBC is using his…

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Metamorphosis and mortality: a Mayan perspective
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Metamorphosis and mortality: a Mayan perspective

In ancient cultures, creators portrayed the afterlife in many different ways through both storytelling and…

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Giant maze on campus to promote problem-solving skills
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Giant maze on campus to promote problem-solving skills

Happy April Fools’ Day! You are reading an article written for our April Fools’ edition…

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