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Past Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery artists Billy & Steven Dufala will be featured tonight, Friday March 1st, on WHYY’s Friday Arts program, along with Campus Exhibitions Coordinator Matthew Seamus Callinan. Check out a preview and tune in to WHYY TV 12 … Continue reading
Photo by Matthew Callinan What meaning can be found in the image of an appropriated image of an Absolut Vodka advertisement where the familiar image of the glass bottle shares the shape of an African slave ship? I went to … Continue reading
Past Student Arts Fund recipient Jon Appel ’12 created the animation for Plume Giant‘s new music video We Got It Made! Enjoy.
ATTN: Hackers, Designers, Luddites, Emoticon-Artists, YouTube Hooligans, Blogger Oddities, Ambient Electronic Muzak-Makers, Faculty, Students, Staff, and all manner of Digital/Non-Digital/Post-Digital Scholars In the fall of 2012 in Magill Library’s Philips Wing, 20-something students, staff, and faculty gathered together for the … Continue reading
Nora Landis-Shack, Joseph Ramirez, Cole Fiedler-Kawaguchi—these dark souls form the inner circle of that unholy assemblage known only as… the Poetry Reading Group. Bankrolled by the Hurford Center for apparently over a decade (!!?? can we fact-check this? see below-Ed.), the … Continue reading