Posted in On Campus on March 12, 2015
In a celebration of collaboration, Denison’s biennial festival of new music expanded this year to embrace all the arts.
Posted in On Campus on February 18, 2015
In a campus-wide art exhibition, students are challenged to think about the spaces in which their work will be displayed.
Posted in Academics & Research on December 18, 2014
A liberal arts mash-up makes space for art and science to imagine new forms of life together.
Posted in On Campus on November 12, 2014
The 2014 Bowl-A-Thon combines handmade bowls, delicious soup, and a good cause.
Posted in On Campus on September 25, 2014
Artist Don Colley stopped by campus to capture some sights and inspire students.
Posted in Academics & Research on March 29, 2013
The work of multimedia artist Chelsea Flowers ’13 is part autobiography, part personal therapy—and now it’s award-winning.
Posted in Beyond Campus on January 8, 2013
How do you depict a skyline using crayons—without ever using them to draw a single line? Watch this time lapse video to find out.
Posted in Academics & Research on November 16, 2012
Rachel Laughlin ’14 combined biology and photography to create stunning images featuring scenes from under the microscope.
Posted in Beyond Campus on August 20, 2012
An exhibition of art by Xiaoshi “Vivian” Qin ’12 in Columbus’ groovy Short North district.
Posted in Beyond Campus on April 18, 2012
Senior Brittany Kunkel just won the People’s Choice Award in a competition that pitted her against the best and brightest college artists in the state.
Posted in Academics & Research on February 3, 2011
Using dreams as inspiration, Xiaoshi “Vivian” Qin ’12 relied on clay and glass to express her spirituality.
Posted in Beyond Campus on January 6, 2011
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Posted in On Campus on November 3, 2010
The DU Art Collective’s annual Bowl-a-Thon taps the artistic urges of an entire community with the cause of helping its less fortunate members.
Posted in Academics & Research on October 22, 2010
Political Science major Erin Saul ’11 uses her studio art background to delve deep into Northern Ireland’s troubled past.