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Guest Lecturer in Ceramics


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The Ceramics Department recently invited guest llecturer, Gloria Limbird to visit the classroom. She demonstrated innovative trimming and attachment techniques. Gloria is scheduled to visit twice more this semester to share advanced production techniques she has learned in her professional practice.

 
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The Department of Art & Art History and PC Galleries celebrated the creative work of the Studio Art majors in the Class of 2015Fusion, a group exhibition displaying diverse artworks by diverse student artists, is an opportunity for the public to learn more about how Studio Art students are developing projects for their upcoming solo exhibitions at PC Galleries in Spring 2015. The exhibit will be on view until November 1st. 

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What's Next?


 
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Featured Class for Spring 2015

 
 
 
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Museum Bus Trip to New York City

 
   
 
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New York City Museum Bus Trip: The Art and Art History Department is sponsoring the annual Bus Trip to New York City on Saturday, November 8th. For more information email jdilustr@providence.edu.

  
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Featured Art History Class

   

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