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2018

Maggie Noble

Maggie Noble credits the digital storytelling program in the College of Arts and Science for helping her find her voice as a filmmaker and as an animator.

Maggie Noble says she can be a bit of a pest when she sets her sights on a goal, but her persistence landed her a job as a production assistant on a feature film that recently won the Jury Award for Best Narrative Feature at the South by Southwest (SXSW) Film Festival in Austin, Texas.

Published on May 3, 2018

From classes to tutorials, the Honors College offers a wide range of options covering dozens of topics. This spring, a new art history course was unlike anything previously offered.

M O S A I C S | Spring 2018

College of Arts and Science

M O S A I C S | Spring 2018

College of Arts and Science

It’s helping us to connect back to our communities in the state.

The new School of Visual Studies (SVS) in the College of Arts and

MU School of Visual Studies's Associate Professor and Program Director of Art History, Dr. Michael Yonan, will present "The Judgment of Meissen: Porcelain and the Figural Ideal" at the Met Museum this Saturday!

Congratulations Dr. Yonan!

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This week's interview on PHOTO–EMPHASIS features the work of Assistant Teaching Professor, Travis Shaffer, as well as an interview about the Photography Area at MUSVS.

Rooted, Revived, Reinvented: Basketry in America

Announcing two books published by School of Visual Studies faculty members:

Mizzou '39 Group Photo

Congrats to Mizzou '39 Digital Storytelling students Kayla Myers and Alexis Ditaway!

We are so proud of all that you have accomplished! 

Eruption of Vesuvius

 

Things Left Behind: Material Culture, Disaster, and the Human Experience

Kayla Huett, a Poplar Bluff native and University of Missouri alumna, uses photography to artistically document life in rural Mi

Kayla Huett, a Poplar Bluff native and University of Missouri alumna, uses photography to artistically document life in rural Missouri. Submitted photo

"We catched fish and talked, and we took a swim now and then to keep off sleepiness," is a quote from Mark Twain's novel The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. It is also the inspiration for Poplar Bluff native Kayla Huett, who uses photography to document the essence of life in rural Missouri.