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Maurice Berger, CADVC, Latest “Race Story” in The New York Times
In the latest essay for his Race Stories column in The New York Times, published August 11, Maurice Berger, research professor at the Center for Art, Design and Visual Culture, looks at some of the white artists have done powerful work about race including the work of artist Pete Mauney in his work “Between the Storms.” Read More.
Visual Arts alum Christos Palios’ Conversations Featured in Lenscratch
Aline Smith writes about the photographic series Conversations by Christos Palios ’02, visual arts,along with an extensive portfolio of these compelling still lifes. Read more.
Marvin Heiferman, CADVC, interviewed in Musee Magazine
Marvin Heiferman, visiting senior research scholar at the Center for Art, Design and Visual Culture, guest edited the May Science/Issue 14 of Musee Magazine. Heiferman talks about the historic relationship of science and photography and about SEEING SCIENCE, the innovative year-long project he is curating and producing for the CADVC in an interview with Steve Miller in the issue. Read more.
Susan McCully, Theatre, Discusses Her Play, Kerrmoor, with The Baltimore Sun
Susan McCully, Theatre, was highlighted in a September 19 article, “Women’s Voices Theater Festival aims to level the playing field,” by Tim Smith of The Baltimore Sun. Her play Kerrmoor will be premiered at the multi-city festival, running from October 29 through November 15, and will be directed by Eve Muson (Theatre) and acted by Katie Hileman (’12, Theatre). Read more.
Eric Dyer, Visual Arts, at the Baltimore Museum of Art
Eric Dyer, associate professor of Visual Arts, is among six artists featured in an exhibition at the Baltimore Museum of Art that celebrates the winners of the 2014 and 2015 Baker Artist Awards. Read more.