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Miami Art Professor named NEH Summer Scholar
annie-dellaria-220x220.jpgAnnie Dell'Aria has been accepted into the NEH Summer Institute on Space, Place, and the Humanities at Northeastern University.
Thomas Dutton co-authors op-ed
Thomas Dutton co-authors op-ed on mixed income communities
Lecture at the Art Museum by Annie Dell'Aria, Assistant Professor, Department of Art
Picturing Contemporary Warfare: Art in the Age of the Drone Annie DellÂ’Aria, Assistant Professor, Department of Art Thursday, March 2, 5:30-6:45 pm, Miami University Art Museum Contemporary wars are fought at a distance far removed from most Americans. While battles and heroes were central subjects of art history, contemporary artists seek to render visible what we often ignore: the personal experiences of veterans and the remote victims of drone warfare. Co-sponsored with the Contemporary Art Forum.
Oxford String Quartet to perform again
osq-800x400.jpgA piece of Miami music legacy lives on as members of Miami string faculty perform on Monday, March 6 at 7:30 p.m. at the Oxford Community Arts Center.
A Capstone like no other
Students in the Art History Capstone (ART498) with Dr. Pepper Stetler to celebrate with a reception and gallery talk about their research and experiences in the creation of Advance/Retreat: Prints of the Great War
Artists as Activists book features Miami Art faculty
art-activists.jpgA book entitled "Greater Cincinnati Artists as Activists" features Department of Art faculty as part of 50 local artists who use their art as a vehicle for change in bettering the world.
Todd Stuart elected Vice President of Society for Arts Entrepreneurship Education
Todd Stuart, Director of Arts Management and Entrepreneurship at Miami University has been elected Vice President of the Society for Arts Entrepreneurship Education at their 3rd annual conference.
Pop-up Performance Celebrates the good in America
faculty-string.jpgMusic faculty members performed as a string quartet, an impromptu "pop up" performance on Wednesday, November 9 at 3:30 p.m. in Alumni as part of celebrating all that is good in America.
Ricardo Averbach invited to perform with AR Rahman at award ceremony in Japan
Ricardo Averbach, director of orchestra studies and professor of music at Miami University, conducted the concert at the renowned Fukuoka Prize award ceremony in Japan.