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Rebecca Kamen

Arts ·

When Science and Art Collide

Rebecca Kamen’s “Reveal” exhibit at AU Museum is a collaboration between artist and scientists, researchers, philosophers, and more
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The Fame Monster Cover Art

Arts ·

Caught in a Bad Romance with Lady Gaga

In the music library's ongoing series, this week's feature is from guest writer Emily Brignand who reviews The Fame Monster by Lady Gaga
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Fall 2021 Visiting Writers. From left to right: Chet'la Sebree, Danielle Evans, and Charles Baxter.

Literature ·

Writers Series Kicks Off with Award-Winning Poet Chet'la Sebree

Forty-one years of bringing world-renowned writers to campus
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Diane Burko, Summer Heat 1 and 2, 2019-20. Mixed media on canvas, 84 x 162 in. Courtesy of the artist.

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AU Museum Fall Exhibits Open Aug. 28

Fall exhibitions will open Aug. 28 in the American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center.
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Hands holding a globe. Credit: By Fateme Alaie

Humanities ·

Scholarship to Change the World

Books published by anthropology faculty illuminate social issues and foster change
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Plate of sunny side up eggs and a piece of toast on a wooden table

Arts ·

Feature Fridays - Breakfast With Barenboim

In the music library’s ongoing series, this week’s feature is from Andrew Brown, who discusses “Lahav Shani conducts Chopin and Debussy – with Daniel Barenboim”.
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Three black women perform in light colored lace dresses

Arts ·

Feature Fridays - Diana Ross & The Supremes

In the music library’s ongoing series, this week’s feature is from Hannah Ruth Wellons, who reviews 20th Century Masters: The Millennium Collection: Best of Diana Ross & The Supremes.
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Poetry

Literature ·

National Poetry Month 2021

National Poetry Month celebrates poets and poetry.
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Raya Bodnarchuk, Moss Rose, June 19, 2018. #1654. Watercolor on Rives BFK, 4 x 7 in. Courtesy of the artist.

Arts ·

AU Museum@Home

Gives viewers across the world #ArtWhereYouAre
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Sandals, Tuareg people, mid-twentieth century. Lake Chad Basin, Niger. Collection of the Museum of the Peace Corps Experience, Gift of John Hutchison, Chad, Doum Doum 1966–68. Photo: Gregory Staley.

Arts ·

Spring Exhibits at AU Museum Open Virtually

Peace Corps at 60; “The Long Sixties”; Raya Bodnarchuk’s Advice to “Do something you love every day”
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