Faculty Joy Drury Cox in Group Show at App State Smith Gallery

September 6, 2018

SEPTEMBER 7–OCTOBER 5 SEEING THE WEAVE: TEXTILE BASED ABSTRACTION FROM THE PIEDMONT Reception: September 7–5:00-7:00 pm Roundtable Discussion: Maria Britton + Joy Drury Cox Thursday, September 20, 6:00-7:30pm Belk Rm 421 at the Library Meet and Greet Breakfast with Maria Britton … Continued

Faculty Joy Drury Cox and alumnus Ben Alper in the news

September 6, 2018

PDN Magazine’s August issue has a feature on Joy and Ben’s collaborative photographic project Compound Fractures (which they are turning into a book): https://www.pdnonline.com/features/photographer-interviews/joy-drury-cox-and-ben-alper-explore-the-odd-world-of-cave-tourism/

Exhibition update from faculty member Gesche Wuerfel

August 15, 2018

Gesche Würfel Dear Friends and Colleagues, I hope you’ve had a wonderful summer so far.   I have just returned from a wonderful trip to Europe and have exciting news to share with you: my solo exhibition at the Center for Photography … Continued

Update from Faculty member Gesche Wuerfel

May 24, 2018

Gesche Würfel Dear Friends and Colleagues, I hope all is well. Please excuse my newsletter hiatus. I have exciting news to share with you: two group shows in the U.S. and Germany, a grant from the Puffin Foundation, a forthcoming … Continued

Professor Daniel Sherman interviewed in the latest IAH Podcast

April 3, 2018

Distinguished Professor Daniel Sherman speaks with us about his current research project on an archaeological dig in Glozel, France. He also discusses his interest in Critical Museum Studies. Follow Dr. Sherman on Twitter @djshistorian Follow IAH on Twitter @iah_unc

Faculty Hong-An Truong and Alumna Huong Ngo in show at MoMA

March 8, 2018

Professor Hong-An Truong and Alumna Huong Ngo participate in Being: New Photography 2018 March 18–August 19, 2018 The Museum of Modern Art Every two years, MoMA’s celebrated New Photography exhibition series presents urgent and compelling ideas in recent photography and photo-based art. This year’s edition, Being, … Continued