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visual art

Detectives in the theater of images
Published Summer 2013
This spring, the Raqs Media Collective offered students a crash course in creatively exploring and exploiting archival images / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Panel presentation
Reflecting on the past
Published June 2013
JHU's Evergreen Museum gives Loring Cornish's art 'a whole new life' / Gazette
Bovine inspiration
Published March 11, 2013
One of two new student-curated exhibit at Evergreen Museum features work of animal sculptor Herbert Haseltine
Snap judgment
Published Jan 2013 Photos
Photography students take a crash course in visual thinking / Gazette
Please touch the artwork
Published Dec 2012
Exhibit at Evergreen Museum & Library features conceptual works often employing tactile elements that visitors are encouraged to touch / Gazette
Art on the brain
Published Oct 16, 2012
JHU, Walters Art Museum will use $50,000 grant to create program aimed at fostering cognitive development in preschoolers / The Baltimore Sun
Painter Lennart Anderson to speak at Johns Hopkins
Published Sept 12, 2012
He is regarded as one of the elder statesmen of American representational painting
Lost, found, restored
Published Fall 2012
Eugene Leake landscape painting had been stuffed in janitor's closet in freshman residence hall / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Art and soul
Published Fall 2012
Playful sculptures, lively art installations pop up all over the new Charlotte R. Bloomberg Children's Center / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Catch and collect
Published Fall 2012 Photos
Bill McCloskey spent 27 years as a congressional liaison for the Applied Physics Laboratory before retiring in 1989. He also spent 50 years as a seafaring shutterbug, documenting the lives of commercial fishermen. In 2011, his photographs were officially added to the Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of American History collection. / Johns Hopkins Magazine