“It’s just one image that gives us all of those complicated questions,” professor Zeynep Çelik said of Baris Gokturk’s “The Pavilion,” a mural created by an MFA student in homage to Çelik’s “Displaying the Orient: Architecture of Islam at Nineteenth Century World’s Fairs.”...
LeRoy Neiman Gallery’s latest exhibition traces career of renowned printmaker in an ever-digitizing printmaking landscape
“He doesn’t know where he’s going with it, but it’s through the process of making that he finds something,” independent curator Josephine Rodgers said of printmaker Gordon House....
Beyond the Butler Banner: Book club illuminates the legacies of eight female authors through conversation
The newly unfurled Butler Banner will hang on the façade of Butler Library for the rest of the semester, exhibiting the names of eight female-identifying authors. The project’s mission doesn’t stop at simply showing students these names as they pass by or walk into the library; it aims to get students talking about the authors and their legacies....