The annual Verbal/Visual exhibit, featuring art and research by Mason’s MFA candidates, is now on display in Fenwick Gallery. Creative practice is driven by input or research, even though it is defined by the resulting output or product. The combination of these three aspects prompts new methods of creating, and provides alternate routes to acquire knowledge and insight. Verbal/Visual 2016 presents all elements of the creative process as one. Research and artwork, conducted and created by MFA candidates Ben Ashworth, Sarah Zuckerman Dolan, Sarah Irvin and Patrick Sargeant, show these corresponding parts of a whole. The students will graduate from Mason’s School of Art in May 2016.
For more information about Fenwick Gallery, please contact Jenna Rinalducci, jrinaldu @ gmu.edu.
Fenwick Library Lobby is open 24/7 through May 11, 2016. Good luck with final papers, projects and exams, Mason Nation!
In 1959, National Education Association Regional Vice-President Allan M. West visited the Soviet Union to evaluate its teaching conditions and professions. He was only one of 7000 US citizens to visit the communist country that year.
On Tuesday, April 26, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., Mercer Library and University Life at the Science and Technology Campus are hosting Grant Development: A Process Primer for Graduate Students + Faculty. This workshop, geared to graduate students and early career faculty, provides an overview of the grant development process as well as an open Q&A with University Professor Dr. June P. Tangney and Associate Professor Dr. Keith D. Renshaw from the Department of Psychology. Lunch provided. Register now!
For more information, please contact Teresa Kan, tkan @ gmu.edu