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December 18, 2013

  • Fall final grades due
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Should you be afraid of the dark? Delve into the world of darkroom photography and find out! Explore a temporary gallery in the darkroom itself: light, image, and sound combine for an installation of the photographic process with work by SOC photography students. Printing demonstrations at 1:30, 2:00, and 2:30. Cookies and discussion with SOC alumnus Nadia Hughes (Photo Editor National …more

Type: Exhibit

Host: School of Communication

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This will be a poster session for the 2014 UG Undergraduate Research Symposium. The last hour will involve the awards ceremony and some light refreshments.

Type: Exhibit

Host: School of International Service

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AU's Department of Art proudly presents the work of MFA Thesis candidates in the late spring exhibition Perambulators. The multidisciplinary Studio Art program showcases an exciting range of artwork including works in painting, sculpture, collage and material studies, photography and new media. The MFA Thesis Exhibition Perambulators features work by the following artists: Andy Baritz, Jody Fang, …more

Type: Exhibit

Host: American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center

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The Images of Forgiveness exhibition is a thought-provoking collection of arresting images and personal narratives exploring forgiveness in the face of atrocity. First launched in London in 2004, it has since been displayed in over 300 venues worldwide. Drawing together voices from South Africa, America, Israel, Palestine, Northern Ireland and England, the exhibition examines forgiveness as a …more

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Host: University Library

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Banned Books Week is Sept. 21 – 27. This national event promotes the freedom to access materials expressing different viewpoints, even when those viewpoints are unpopular or difficult. To celebrate, we highlight works that have been challenged (attempted removal or restriction) or banned (removal or restriction) from curricula or libraries. Much more information about Banned Books Week, including …more

Type: Exhibit

Host: University Library

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