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The Art of the Algorithm
UGA mathematician Jason Cantarella and his brother Luke, a scenic designer, visually illustrate a mathematical concept.
The Art of Science: Nanostructures Un-Structured
A collaborative art exhibit put together by UGA faculty-physicist Yiping Zhao, engineer Zhengwei Pan, and artist Michael Oliveri.
Media Shelf (Winter 2007)
“Alvar Suñol: His Vision and His Art ” is profiled in the Video section.
Media Shelf (Fall 2006)
“Andreé Ruellan at 100” is profiled in the Research Tools section.
Media Shelf (Fall 2005)
“No Space Hidden: The Spirit of African-American Yard Work” is profiled in the Books section.
Viewpoint: Why the Arts Matter in Education (Fall 2006)
What do they offer students and why are they important? What are the implications for arts teacher preparations at UGA?
The Space Between (Summer 2006)
A UGA sculptor draws inspiration from traditional Korean art and Buddhist philosophy to create works of art that are defined as muchÊ by the spaces within and around them as their concrete materials of construction.
Big Pictures (Spring 2004)
Characters in Art Rosenbaum's paintings and murals tell stories of everyday struggles and triumphs.
Picture Perfect (Winter 2000)
Lanny Webb mixes traditional photography with computer technology to create a truly 21st century form of art.
Ancient Voices Speak Again in Carthage (Winter 1995)
After being buried beneath centuries of debris, Roman coins, marble statues, and funerary inscriptions divulge important information about ancient Carthage.
Drawing on Dreams and Despair (Summer 1995)
Stefanie Jackson's haunting images of life's harsh realities belie her sunny nature.
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