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Art History Professor to Present at African Studies Symposium

   June 5, 2017
Dr. Lisa Homann, assistant professor of art history, will present a paper and chair a roundtable discussion at the 17th Arts Council of the African Studies Association Triennial Symposium on African Art.

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Art Professor Launches Project on Words Lost in Translation

   May 5, 2017
Associate Professor of Art Marek Ranis has joined London-based psychology scholar Tim Lomas and the Anchorage Museum (Alaska) to develop a multidimensional community-engaged art project that explores unique words from many languages.

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Art Student Wins Charlotte Public Art Commission

   April 17, 2017
UNC Charlotte art student William Lee won a public art commission from the City of Charlotte GovPorch project to create an interactive installation at the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Government Center Plaza on Fourth Street.

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Department of Art & Art History presents ART CONNECTS 2017

   April 11, 2017
The Art Education program in the UNC Charlotte Department of Art & Art History will presents its third annual contemporary art integration symposium, “ART CONNECTS 2017: Embracing Change,” on Saturday, April 29.

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Professor Mary Tuma Featured in McColl Center Exhibition

   April 7, 2017
Work by Associate Professor of Art Mary Tuma is featured in the exhibition "Tell Me More" at the McColl Center for Art + Innovation.

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New Gallery of Modern Art Features Work by Prof. Godlewska

   March 30, 2017
The New Gallery of Modern Art in Charlotte will present "The Ultimate Landscape," paintings by art professor Maja Godlewska, March 31- May 6.

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Waterkotte and Kenar Featured in "Outliers" Exhibition

   March 1, 2017
As part of "Outliers: The Art of Printmaking." an exhibition at the Westobou Gallery in Augusta, Georgia, Assistant Professor of Print Media Erik Waterkotte and part-time faculty Anna Kenar created a site-specific installation in the gallery windows.

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Art Professor’s Animated Film is a Festival Favorite

   February 22, 2017
An animated film by Associate Professor of Digital Media Heather Freeman has been screened in 35 national and international film festivals and two gallery exhibitions.

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Art Professor's Solo Exhibition Suggests Gallery is Sacred Space

   December 5, 2016
Assistant Professor of Art Erik Waterkotte's solo exhibition, "Principa Rerum de Lumine in Tenebris," was presented at the University of Alberta in November.

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Art Professor Represents North Carolina in U.S. Department of State's "Our Arctic Nation"

   November 28, 2016
Associate Professor of Art Marek Ranis has written an essay for the U.S. Department of State's site, "Our Arctic Nation."

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