Mahoney Hall Suite #1
870 Broadway Street
Lowell, MA 01854-3088
Beyond the Veil
Photographs by Lalla Essaydi
Feb 25 - Mar 20
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Feb 26, starting at 3:00pm
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A World of Questions
February 2 - March 12, 2015
Harbor Gallery, University of Massachusetts Boston
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June 8-23, 2015
Two courses are on offer for summer 2015, you can take one or both. The first is a drawing class 70.295 in which you will will make a portfolio of small works and take them abroad to exhibit internationally. We will go to the Venice Biennial, an international printmaking festival of infinitely cool graffiti art (you will sell things), and an ancient Roman seaport that looks like an MC Escher drawing. And we will see everything from your art history courses: the Vatican, the Colosseum, the Botticellis, The David and the rest. The second course, 79.241, running at the same time, is Art in Political, Religious, and Historic context.
Classes will be in English. Ellen will accompany students from Lowell through Italy. Price listed here includes 3 credits, hotels with breakfast, buses between cities, entry fees to cultural institutions: $3755. Airfare is estimated to be $1500. Meals and incidentals is estimated around $1500. If the student takes 6 credits, financial aid will apply. The dean's office offers some world ready scholarships of $400. Application deadline for the scholarship is January 30th (link). Application deadline for this trip is March 1 with a deposit of $500. Email Ellen for more info at email@example.com.
For the second consecutive year Adobe MAX has selected a unique group of creative professionals, from various disciplines to join us at their creative conference. They’ll be joining Adobe MAX as on-the-ground MAX reporters and sharing their insights, thoughts (on sessions and keynotes) and personal experiences on social media. Our own UMass Lowell Art Department design student, Sarah Croughwell has been invited to be a MAX reporter. Congratualtions Sarah! Learn more about Adobe MAX Insiders.