“How the Light Gets In" is an exhibition about the movement of people across the globe and the welcome cracks that develop in our notions of borders and nation states.
Film Studies Professor Robert Greene received the Chancellor’s Award for Outstanding Research and Creative Activity for his nationally known films including Kate Pla
MU art historians/alumnae gather in Chattanooga at SECAC, on October 17! From left: Kelsey Frady (PhD 2018), Sarah Horne (PhD 2019), Sarah Williams (PhD 2018), Lorinda Bradley (ABD), Lauren DiSalvo (PhD 2017), and Kate Kocyba (PhD 2012).
Professor Michael Yonan will be visiting guest professor in the Institute for Culture and Aesthetics at Stockholm University, Sweden, in Spring 2020. He is there to work on two book projects with the Stockholm faculty. One will be a volume on material culture studies intended for undergraduates
Zach Johnson, a senior art student from Senath, Missouri, explores themes of mass communication and contemporary culture in his works.
Prof. Lampo Leong’s work received Bronze A'Design Award in Italy. A’Design Award is one of the most prestigious and influential design awards in the World.
Professor Anne Rudloff Stanton (Art History) discussed the historical and cultural significance of Notre Dame Catheral in Paris with local TV, radio, and print media on Monday, April 16, while the fire was still raging. To follow the media coverage of Dr.
Artemis Anastasiadou, Visiting Assistant Professor at the Film Studies Program will participate with two short films in South by Southwest Film Festival in March 2019.
MU alumna Kat Cua (Journalism and Art History '18) will discuss her experiences working at the Art Institute of Chicago and the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, and share strategies for pursuing careers in museums.