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Florida State University Art History graduate Gabriela Germana has an exhibit at the Embassy of Peru Art Gallery

A Florida State University doctoral candidate in art history has curated an exhibit that will open June 28 at the Embassy of Peru Art Gallery in Washington, D.C. Gabriela Germana curated the exhibition “Metal Bodies: Contemporary Peruvian Women Artists,” which showcases the art of 10 contemporary Peruvian women artists who have explored the female form through the medium of metal. ...

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Todd Withers of Queens University of Charlotte, a D2 school, has a shot at the NBA

Todd Withers ’18 may very well be on his way to the NBA, the G League or any other impressive post- college basketball gig. So far, Todd has been invited to workout with four NBA teams across the country. Todd is paving the way for the way DII athletes are viewed in the NBA. He continues to prove that he ...

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Shenandoah University student Drake Stoughton wins Fulbright Award

Shenandoah University music education student Drake Stoughton ’18 is first of two Shenandoah’s undergraduate students to ever win a Fulbright Award. The Fulbright Program was created in 1946 to promote healthy relationships between countries and better understanding between cultures. Program winners receive a fully funded trip to study in a country of their choosing. “A Fulbright is an extraordinary honor, ...

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Mackenzie Mitchell of Belhaven University wins the Mississippi Theatre Association’s 2018 Adult Playwriting Competition Award

Mackenzie Mitchell, a double major in theatre and creative writing, won the Mississippi Theatre Association’s 2018 Adult Playwriting Competition Award. A junior from Terry, Miss., Mitchell wrote the powerful play, “All Your Pretty Horses.” The award-winning story explores what happens when siblings grow apart and the steps they take to reconcile and restore their broken relationship. Dr. David Sollish, chair ...

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Cristina Peters of Richmond University will have her photography work in the Student Symposium

As an artist scholar, Cristina Peters, ‘18, has found value in creative expression through all modes of craftsmanship at Richmond. Pursuing a dual degree in visual arts and business administration, with a concentration in marketing, as well as a minor in dance, Peters said that her experience within the arts community at the University of Richmond has aided her ability ...

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Students from SCAD salvage a train car and make art out of it

The Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD)’s award-winning tradition of historic preservation hit another home run for Preservation Month. SCAD students salvaged a piece of American history that would have otherwise disappeared when they restored of a rare 1911 wooden passenger train car. The students turned the railroad preservation project into an educational opportunity and intentionally left parts of ...

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