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Arden Bendler Browning, VR Painting 12, 2020. Flashe and acrylic on shaped panel,
Courtesy of the artist and Bridgette Mayer Gallery, Philadelphia, PA.

Arts ·

AU Museum Exhibits Open Jan. 29

New exhibits highlight human rights, feature Israeli art and more
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Jae Ko, 流 (Flow), 2018. Recycled rolled paper, dimensions variable. Courtesy of the artist. Photo courtesy of Wavelength.

Arts ·

New Year, New Exhibits at AU Museum

Spring exhibits at AU include abstraction, photography, and a collaboration with the National Museum of Women in the Arts
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AU students performing "How to Succeed In Business..."

Arts ·

AU Arts Close Out 2021 With Multiple Performances and Programming

Mark your calendars! The holiday season at American University is filled with a variety of in-person and virtual performances and programming in art, music, theatre, and dance.
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Stephanie Grant

Literature ·

Professor Stephanie Grant Publishes Powerful Memoir

“Disgust: A Memoir” released by Scuppernong Editions this week
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Carissa Jimenez in front of a painting

Arts ·

Sotheby’s London Semester: Where Art Meets Business

AU Arts Management Program and Sotheby’s Institute of Art celebrate 10 years
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Cover art for Be The Cowboy by Mitski

Arts ·

Be The Cowboy

In the Music Library’s ongoing series, this week’s feature is from student assistant Tiana Taylor, who reviews Be The Cowboy by Mitski.
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Cover Art from The Unexplained

Arts ·

The Unexplained by Ataraxia

In the music library's ongoing series, this week's feature is from student assistant Ryan Jacobs who reviews The Unexplained by Ataraxia.
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Seeing Climate Change Symposium

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AU Amplifies Climate Action Commitment with Inaugural Seeing Climate Change Symposium

CAS proud to host AU's first annual Seeing Climate Change symposium, held virtually November 5-7.
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Candace Scarborough in "already there," photographed by Lauren Jessica Brown

Arts ·

Britta Joy Peterson’s “already there” Premieres at Kennedy Center

Immersive installation offers visitors a sensory labyrinth of dance and design
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Rebecca Kamen

Arts ·

When Science and Art Collide

Rebecca Kamen’s “Reveal” exhibit at AU Museum is a collaboration between artist and scientists, researchers, philosophers, and more
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