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…exchange for goods and services, trade tokens (wooden nickels, hard-times tokens) were coin-like objects used instead of currency. While many were used in trade, they were also produced for advertising…

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Henry Becker

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…City. He is currently writing a manuscript for a book with co-author Andrew Paul Keiper called The Sniper’s Guide to Graphic Design, which will explore the key traits a designer…

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In the Garden – Call for Submissions

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…community. We want to publish diverse forms of storytelling, including art, poetry, prose, and essays that explore the relationships between gardening, ecology, and social justice. Some questions to consider: How…

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Non-Major Classes

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…- Creative Response to Materials 3 Credits ART 1020 – Non-major Basic Drawing 3 Credits ART 1030 – Non-major Basic Painting 3 Credits ART 1050 – Non-major Darkroom Photograph 3…

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Visiting Speaker Series: Peter Pinnell

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…number of major ceramics conferences, including NCECA and Utilitarian Clay. His writing and his work have appeared in Ceramics Monthly, Studio Potter, Clay Times and Ceramics Art & Perception. This…

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Visiting Speaker Series: Wuon-Gean Ho

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…and creative writing. She lives and works in London. This talk was made possible with the generous support of the Carmen Morton Christensen Endowment, the Department of Art & Art…

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Visiting Artist: Jeannette Ehlers

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…that have all too often been rendered forgettable by dominant history-writing. In the words of author Lesley-Ann Brown, “Ehlers reminds all who participate in or gaze at her work that…

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2018 Rolapp Award Winner, Rachel Urban

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…experiences, so the content is quite personal and self-reflective, often containing my writing and focusing on feelings such as sadness, infatuation, reflection, and isolation. While making work that confronts my…

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