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AU student dancing in theatre

Arts ·

Now on Sale: Your Ticket to the Performing Arts

Fall lineup features events from the music, theatre/musical theatre, and dance programs; free tickets for AU students
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Feltsman playing piano accompanied by Ben Capps on cello.

Humanities ·

The Russian Experiment 2017 Carmel Institute Symposium

The Carmel Institute and PostClassical Ensemble examine Russian avant-garde art in the first 2 decades of the 20th century, featuring world-renowned classical pianist Vladimir Feltsman.
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AU students in front of the Dumbarton Oaks museum entrance.

Humanities ·

Carmel Institute Takes Students to Dumbarton Oaks

Carmel Institute took AU students to Dumbarton Oaks to see their impressive collection of Byzantine and Muscovite artifacts for themselves.
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Dani S. Bassett (left) and Perry Zurn (right). Credit: Tony & Tracy Wood Photography

Literature ·

Perry Zurn and Identical Twin Dani S. Bassett Publish Groundbreaking Book on Curiosity

“Curious Minds: The Power of Connection” explores curiosity’s powerful capacity to connect ideas and people
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AU Theater Performance

Arts ·

Discounted and Free in D.C.

Check out the free or discounted exhibits and shows available to students!
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The AU Humanities Truck

Humanities ·

Welcome to the Humanities at AU!

Learn all about the humanities, explore your interests, get involved, and make a difference
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Library of Congress booth at the book festival

Literature ·

National Book Festival Returns This Weekend, Features AU Faculty and Alumni

Professors Kyle Dargan and Dolen Perkins-Valdez will be featured at nation’s most prominent literary event
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From More Clay - David Hicks, Triptych Composition (Panels #1, #2 and #3), 2021

Arts ·

AU Museum Exhibits Open Sept. 10

Ceramics; portraits from the Corcoran Legacy Collection; Haunted Koreas by Mina Cheon; A juxtaposition of art, science, and poetry; and art addressing gender, identity, and beauty
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Mina Cheon (Kim Il Soon), Umma Rises: Towards Global Peace, 2017.

Arts ·

The Arts Return to American University this Fall

Fall lineup features events in the performing and visual arts, free tickets for AU students
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Very Sad Lab: The Incubator at Transformer DC

Arts ·

Community as a Work of Art

Studio art Professor Naoko Wowsugi fosters connection through community-based projects
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