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Dr. Nick Hudson continues excavations in Egypt
Dr. Amy Kirschke travels to South Africa
Dr. Vibeke Olson presents conference paper
Donald Furst exhibits widely
Casey Scharling's Students Design and Execute Mural for the Cameron School of Business
Andi Steele creates two site-specific installations
Pam Toll exhibits widely
Art and Art History
The Department of Art and Art History offers majors in art history and studio art which prepare students for advanced study in their chosen field.
UNCW PRINT BIG: RIVERS
May 24 Printing Event!
Saturday, May 24
10 a.m.–3 p.m.
Reception: 5:30–7 p.m.
Panel Discussion: 6 p.m.
UNCW Print Big: Rivers is the first biennial steamroller print festival. The public is invited to the watch 10 artists print their river-themed woodcuts with a steamroller and participate in the festival which will include silk screening and linoleum block prints followed by an exhibition reception and panel discussion with the artists. All of this takes place at the UNCW Cultural Arts Building! Click here for a location map > (Image: Cape Fear Community College Student Block, image courtesy of the artists, 2013)
Welcome from the Department Chair
It is a distinct pleasure to welcome all to The Department of Art and Art History. The department is located in the Cultural Arts Building, a state-of-the-arts facility that opened in 2006. The building includes our primary Art Gallery, the Mezzanine Student Gallery, art history lecture halls, ceramic and sculpture studios, painting studios, drawing studios, graphic design computer lab, printmaking studio, and both digital and darkroom photography labs. The Cultural Arts Building also provides multi-use theatres and music performance halls in the performance wing. Read more>