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Be part of ART | WPI 2017

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Tuesday, January 17, 2017

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Lora Brueck

ART | WPI 2017 Do you create works of visual art? DRAWINGS / MULTIMEDIA / PAINTINGS / PHOTOGRAPHS / PRINTS / SCULPTURE / TEXTILES / ETC ETC ETC Please join us for a celebration of WPI’s community creativity ~ the annual ART | WPI, featuring visual artworks by our faculty, staff and students. Please deliver up to three pieces of your exhibition-ready […]

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Call for submissions: ART|WPI

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Thursday, December 10, 2015

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Lora Brueck

Seeking submissions from students, staff, and faculty for ART|WPI to be held during C term

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The Patina of Polaroid : Images by Mari Seder, in Class of 1941 Gallery

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Wednesday, August 26, 2015

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Lora Brueck

The Patina of Polaroid : Images by Mari Seder, in the Class of 1941 Gallery during A term, employs the Polaroid camera in vastly different ways.

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Celebrate visual arts of the WPI community

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Friday, January 30, 2015

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Stop by the third floor of the library to see this amazing exhibit

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Celebration of Art & Writing: “Our Art & Books”

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Thursday, January 27, 2011

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Lora Brueck

A Celebration of Creativity in the WPI community Visit the Gordon Library, Class of 1941 Gallery on the 3rd floor to view a wide range of paintings, drawings, sculpture, collage, writing, book arts, and more. A reception will be held February 3rd 4-5pm.

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A Life’s Journey: Photographic Works by Diran Apelian

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Thursday, August 28, 2008

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Tressa Santillo

Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) is hosting the first formal gallery exhibit of photography by Diran Apelian, WPI’s Howmet professor of mechanical engineering. The exhibit, titled “A Life’s Journey,” features 36 color images of sites from all over the world that are observations of life, nature, form, and beauty. As an engineer, Apelian’s motivations for displaying […]

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