Category Archives: Visual Arts

Hard Stone, Hard Choices: Memory, Community & Story with Scott Candage

Scott Candage, a new graduate of the Individualized MA program, explains to his local paper, The Working Waterfront, that his graduate thesis project looked deeply at community narratives that tell the community what it is and what stories matter most.  … Continue reading

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Animality and Humanality: Amanda Sandos

In Amanda Sandos’ graduating presentation, she brought together art, art history, deep ecology, bioregionalism, zoology, religion and other fields and traditions to examine the connection between animals and humans. A former zookeeper and current environmental artist, Amanda presented in the … Continue reading

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