Lucy Kim (she/her) is a visual artist working in sculpture, painting and biological media. Through an aesthetically and materially wide-ranging practice, she looks for ways to disturb the naturalizing mechanisms that structure visual experience, from the seamless transition of a physical subject into an image, to the production of visual salience. Her approach is enthusiastically experimental and physical, whether she is combining mold-making and casting with oil painting, or screen-printing genetically-modified bacteria that produces melanin.
We are premiering a collaboration between students that includes the completion of recording of album and a music video.
Panel Discussion - Do You See What I See: The Wrongful Incarceration of Sean K. Ellis.
Featuring Sean K. Ellis, Dr. Miko Wilford from the Psychology department, Dr. Erica Gagne from the School of Criminology and Justice Studies, and Radha Natarajan who is the executive director of the New England Innocence Project.
Play Production utilizing shop and the theatre for play rehearsal
Scott McGaunn, a UMass Lowell alum, will discuss various employment strategies and career opportunities for students who are considering a career in Federal Law Enforcement. The discussion will focus on how to prepare yourself for a career amid today's economic uncertainties, and the variety of different career paths within Federal Law Enforcement.
Faculty share with colleagues and students at the Philosophy Club their new works-in-progress!
Staged Reading of a new play called Alone Together.
Faculty share their works-in-progress with students and colleagues!
Alumni Animation Exhibition
Philosophy faculty member shares work-in-progress with colleagues and students at the Philosophy Club!
The Political Science Department will be holding a banquet for graduating senior.