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Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences SNAPSHOT: Issue 25, June 2019
Inspired Artists in Residence Program bridges gaps between and across disciplines. Learn more
"Waterloo Arts Juried Exhibition 2019" Awards
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Ken Batista won two awards for his painting in the "Waterloo Arts Juried Exhibition 2019." Learn more
TRYP, Lawrenceville's New Boutique Hotel
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Work by Studio Arts faculty member Aaron Henderson is featured in TRYP, a new boutique hotel in Lawrenceville. Learn more
"Manifest Exhibition Annual" for Season 10
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"Manifest Exhibition Annual" for Season 10 has just won a silver medal award in the Fine Art category (a 2019 IPPY) from the Independent Publishers Association! Studio Arts faculty member Ken Batista is included in the publication. Learn more
Thaddeus Mosley in Conversation with Naomi Chambers
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Thaddeus Mosley will be in conversation with studio arts alumn Naomi Chambers as part of CMU's Spring Lecture Series. Learn more
Dilva Lombardi Undergraduate Scholarship Announcement
The Dilva Lombardi Undergraduate Scholarship Program provides $2,000 in tuition support to outstanding undergraduate Studio Arts majors through the University Honors College. Learn more
Experiencing A Museum Through Its Past: Liz Park Interviewed - BOMB Magazine
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Scott Turri interviewed Liz Park, associate curator of the Carnegie International. Learn more
Harvard Student Life: Medicine and Activism
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Medicine and activism go hand in hand for Harvard MD student and Pitt Studio Arts Alumn, Raquel Sofia Sandoval. Learn more
Snapshot: Merging Science and Art
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Dennis Doyle's double-major in Chemistry and Studio Arts may seem to some a marriage of unrelated subjects. But Doyle explains that at their cores, science and art overlap. “Asking questions, looking beyond the surface, and searching for the underlying truth is key in both fields,” he offers. Learn more
Student-designed Holiday Art Installation Illuminates Messages of Hope
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Hand-drawn and handwritten, the brightly colored Messages of Hope for the Holidays are gentle, heartfelt gifts from University of Pittsburgh students, offered to all who pass by the bustling pedestrian plaza in the city’s Oakland neighborhood. Learn more