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AU Theater Performance

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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

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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

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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

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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.

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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

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Community as a Work of Art

Studio art Professor Naoko Wowsugi fosters connection through community-based projects
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Dancers on stage at AU

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Your Guide to Participating in the Performing Arts at American University

Showcase your talents and exercise your creative energies with performance opportunities in dance, music, and theatre/musical theatre.
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A person holding a book and sitting with crossed legs on the floor. Credit Blaz Photo

Literature ·

Summer Reads 2022: What Lit Faculty Are Reading Right Now

We asked Literature faculty to share the books they love this summer
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Mokha Laget, Capriccio #31, 2019. Acrylic gouache on linen, 10 x 20 in. Courtesy of the artist.

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Mokha Laget's Abstractions Come to Life at the AU Museum

Bold works influenced by Washington Color School Painter and the architecture of the Katzen Arts Center
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From River Road African/African American Burial Grounds 2020. Photocollage by Gail Rebhan.

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“The Bridge That Carried Us Over” Opens at AU Museum

Exhibition explores Maryland’s African/African American River Road community and demands action to preserve and memorialize historic burial grounds
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