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  1. The Alt Break Office will be hosting its leader interviews. 

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    Center for Community Engagement & Service
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  2. Four women artists convincingly place human figures in space, each reaching that high-water mark of Western Art in their own way. Kiley Ames has a seemingly rational, systematic technique akin to pointillism that on closer inspection emits an emotional charge. Jo Weiss’s expressionist, emotional process ultimately reveals an analytical, orderly understanding of figures in space. Janice Nowinski’s …more

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    American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center
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  3. The Washington Women’s Arts Center (WWAC), located at 1821 Q Street NW, then at the Lansburgh Cultural Center, was created in 1975 as a non-profit organization to provide professional support and opportunities for women in the arts. Throughout its history, the WWAC also sponsored speakers, produced literary and visual arts journals, and collaborated with other organizations to raise the profile …more

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  4. Originally curated by Anita O'Brien at the Cartoon Museum, London, the Ralph Steadman Retrospective offers phenomenal insights into the genius of one of the world's most acclaimed artists. This exhibition takes the viewer on a journey through Steadman's prolific career of more than sixty years, from the sketches he created as a student in the 1950s to present day pictures.
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  5. Exploring themes suggested by internationally acclaimed artist Sam Gilliam, this exhibition features artists Adrienne Gaither, Alteronce Gumby, Allen Jackson, and David Smedley. These artists use abstraction as a conduit to express their keen observations. The broad implications of the exhibition signify the fluency of abstraction and its many interpretations. What is absent is present. The …more

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  6. Yoga classes exclusively for AU faculty and staff. Classes are no cost for off-campus locations, including Spring Valley Building. Mats are available if you do not have your own.Points to AhealthyU Game players, receive one point stamp for each class that you attend.

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    Human Resources
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  7. Jum`a Prayer for the AU Muslim Community.

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    Kay Spiritual Life Center
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  8. Jum`a Prayer for the AU Muslim Community.

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  1. Four women artists convincingly place human figures in space, each reaching that high-water mark of Western Art in their own way. Kiley Ames has a seemingly rational, systematic technique akin to pointillism that on closer inspection emits an emotional charge. Jo Weiss’s expressionist, emotional process ultimately reveals an analytical, orderly understanding of figures in space. Janice Nowinski’s …more

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  2. The Washington Women’s Arts Center (WWAC), located at 1821 Q Street NW, then at the Lansburgh Cultural Center, was created in 1975 as a non-profit organization to provide professional support and opportunities for women in the arts. Throughout its history, the WWAC also sponsored speakers, produced literary and visual arts journals, and collaborated with other organizations to raise the profile …more

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    American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center
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  3. Originally curated by Anita O'Brien at the Cartoon Museum, London, the Ralph Steadman Retrospective offers phenomenal insights into the genius of one of the world's most acclaimed artists. This exhibition takes the viewer on a journey through Steadman's prolific career of more than sixty years, from the sketches he created as a student in the 1950s to present day pictures.
    The retrospective …more

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    American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center
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  4. Exploring themes suggested by internationally acclaimed artist Sam Gilliam, this exhibition features artists Adrienne Gaither, Alteronce Gumby, Allen Jackson, and David Smedley. These artists use abstraction as a conduit to express their keen observations. The broad implications of the exhibition signify the fluency of abstraction and its many interpretations. What is absent is present. The …more

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    American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center
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  5. Join us for a two-day bookmaking workshop led by artist Martha Edgerton. Each participant will create a memory book from scratch, making a deeply personal repository for their own stories. This will include sewing the book together and decorating the cover using various techniques, including paper and fabric collage. The cost is $225 per participant.

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  6. Spend your Saturday afternoon with former members of the Washington Women’s Arts Center. Judith Benderson, Barbara Frank, and Taina Litwak will join the exhibition’s curator, Françoise Yohalem for a panel discussion that looks back at the history of the Washington Women’s Arts Center and its influence on the Washington art scene that still resonates today. A reception will follow the panel. Free …more

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  7. Four women artists convincingly place human figures in space, each reaching that high-water mark of Western Art in their own way. Kiley Ames has a seemingly rational, systematic technique akin to pointillism that on closer inspection emits an emotional charge. Jo Weiss’s expressionist, emotional process ultimately reveals an analytical, orderly understanding of figures in space. Janice Nowinski’s …more

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    American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center
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  8. The Washington Women’s Arts Center (WWAC), located at 1821 Q Street NW, then at the Lansburgh Cultural Center, was created in 1975 as a non-profit organization to provide professional support and opportunities for women in the arts. Throughout its history, the WWAC also sponsored speakers, produced literary and visual arts journals, and collaborated with other organizations to raise the profile …more

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    American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center
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    Arts and Entertainment
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  9. Originally curated by Anita O'Brien at the Cartoon Museum, London, the Ralph Steadman Retrospective offers phenomenal insights into the genius of one of the world's most acclaimed artists. This exhibition takes the viewer on a journey through Steadman's prolific career of more than sixty years, from the sketches he created as a student in the 1950s to present day pictures.
    The retrospective …more

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    American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center
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    Arts and Entertainment
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  10. Join us for a two-day bookmaking workshop led by artist Martha Edgerton. Each participant will create a memory book from scratch, making a deeply personal repository for their own stories. This will include sewing the book together and decorating the cover using various techniques, including paper and fabric collage. The cost is $225 per participant.

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    American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center
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    Arts and Entertainment
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