Professors Laura Lisbon and Suzanne Silver, alumnus Ryland Wharton, and former instructor Ian Ruffino all have work in Tongue, an exhibition on orality, textuality, and visuality, at the Angela Meleca Gallery. The show closes on Sept.2. The catalogue is available via
Professor Carmel Buckley led a sculpture workshop for attendees of the third annual Humanities and Cognitive Sciences High School Summer Institute last week.
The National Geographic recently highlighted Columbus as an up-and-coming city for millenials.
The article highlighted five reasons why Columbus has become so hip, with one reason being the arts scene:
Pathways: The Influence of Ancient Art on Contemporary Art, a May term class taught by Department of Art professor Suzanne Silver, enabled students to explore Siena, a Tuscan hill town that flourished during the Middle Ages and
Brian has been briefly included in an article “You Don’t Have To Say You Love Me" on Ann Landi’s Vasari21 website. This is a new online resource for contemporary artists - check it out.