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"Making the Invisible, Visible: The Art of Reimagining Scientific Discovery"
Corey (American b. Reston, VA 1990) received his BFA from Virginia Commonwealth University in 2012. He has completed residencies at The Pittsburgh Glass Center (PA), Bruket (Bodø, NO), as well as a Core Fellowship at the Penland School of Crafts (NC).
Josie Hodson will discuss Black contemporary artists exploring the space of Black sleep, subverting its biopolitical regulation and the lethal expectation of perpetual industry.
Members of the Black School Design Studio, Joseph Cuillier and Kacy George, will discuss their design process and their work in creating the identity and website for the Athenaeum.
Atlanta-based artist and writer Courtney McCellan will present "Burning" a performative lecture that weaves personal narrative, research about stress, American mythology around progress, and the work of Eadweard Muybridge.
Third year MFA Candidate, Rosie Brock will give a public lecture on her thesis work on Wednesday December 1, at 5:30pm in Dodd lecture hall S150. The lecture will run between 20 and 30 minutes followed by a short Q & A session.
The Jewelry and Metalwork area is pleased to welcome Aaron Decker as a Willson Center Distinguished Artist.
Esoteric Buddhism emerged between the fall of the Gupta-Vākāṭaka hegemony (ca 550 CE) up to the rise of the three great powers (Pāla, Rāṣṭṛakūṭa, Pratīhāra) in the mid eighth century, becoming Indian Buddhism’s richest ritual expression.
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