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Hailing from Washington state, Dayna Hanson comes to MANCC to develop The Clay Duke. The hybrid new work is based loosely on a 2010 school board shooting in Panama City, Florida.
Works in this exhibition trace artistic legacy – from family member to family member, from teacher to student, from the 1st generation of an art movement to the 2nd generation, and from a specific culture (Native American, for example) to the culture at large.
On Wednesday, April 10, 2013, the College of Visual Arts, Theatre and Dance held our Annual College Awards Ceremony.
The College of Visual Arts, Theatre and Dance wishes to congratulate six outstanding individuals for receiving grants from the Council of Research and Creativity (CRC). Jack Freiberg, Department of Art History, Carolyn Henne, Carrie Ann Jones-Baade, Mary Stewart and Owen Mundy, Department of Art, and Krzysztof Salata, School of Theatre.
BA Theatre graduate Alicia Richardson, class of 2009, has recently been awarded the Fulbright Scholarship to study at York University in the fall. Richardson will be working toward an MFA in Acting with a Concurrent Voice Teacher Diploma, which will culminate in the performance of an original piece.
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