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Art Department

Making the Intangible Tangible: Introduction to the Art of Chinese Papercutting

Chinese papercutting is one of the most popular, simplest and accessible forms of craft art in China. This lecture will explore the history, symbolism and various regional styles of papercutting. It will also introduce you to the materials, tools and techniques … Continue reading

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Welcome Jim Galbraith, new Head of Collection Development

Jim Galbraith joins the library team as the new Head of Collection Development. Jim also serves as the subject librarian for the Departments of Art and Art History. He received his bachelor’s degree in History and an MA in Library … Continue reading

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Learning @ Lunch: Strategies to Gauge Student Learning

Come participate in an engaging discussion about strategies to gauge student learning in large classes. Nancy Um, professor of art history, will share her experiences with teaching large lectures at our next Learning @ Lunch program (formerly known as Instruction Roundtable). This program will … Continue reading

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