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Submit your original artwork to be displayed on campus. Artwork should be 2D. 16x20" and 24x30" frames are available to use unless the work is already framed. Artwork chosen will be displayed in the Brooks Hall gallery space on campus.
To be considered, please submit JPEG images by September 3, 2019 to: email@example.com
Rutgers Art Review, a journal of graduate research in art history, hereby invites all current graduate students, as well as professionals who have completed their doctoral degree within the past year, to submit papers for its 37th edition.
Are you willing to take photographs of a few dogs we have saved so we can post them to get adopted up north?
The dogs are being boarded with our foster in Commerce, GA. With the photographs, we post them on sites like Petfinder, Adopt-A-Pet and RescueMe, and people up here adopt dogs they see in the pictures. So the photos need to be really good and it's been difficult for me to get those.
My name is Angela Hall, and I am an Interdisciplinary Fellow at Lamar Dodd working on a project that explores race, gender, and trauma. In brief, the project is a stage play in which an African American family re-enacts an infamous lynching. The disturbance of history and the accompanying trauma that results from the constant violence enacted upon the body result in the family’s ultimate destruction.
The project is titled The Pregnant Tree, and is so named because the infamous lynching tree has a large hump that children dubbed it the “pregnant” tree.