Arts & Culture

Heavenly Donuts, 2014, Peter Anton (Courtesy of the artist and UNIX Gallery, NYC)

Food is Art in UConn Reads Exhibits

Two exhibits based on Michael Pollan’s 'Omnivore’s Dilemma,' the book selected for the 2014-15 UConn Reads program, open today on campus.

The Sounds of Innovation: How UConn Research Is Resurrecting Antique Musical Instruments

A partnership between medical technology engineers and music scholars has led to an unprecedented method for bringing antique musical instruments back to life.

Artist-in-residence Louise Menzies, left, works in the print shop with John O'Donnell, assistant professor of printmaking, and a graduate student on one of her creations, embedding a newsletter into a piece of handmade paper for 'Time to Think Like a Mountain,' an exhibition at the Contemporary Art Galleries. (Linda Smith/UConn Photo)

Artist Inspired by Alternative Press Collection

New Zealand artist Louise Menzies has created an exhibition inspired by archival materials from the Dodd Research Center.

An exhibition at the Contemporary Art Galleries presents works by five artists that illustrate, engage, and challenge the visual language of commericalism. (Photo by Contemporary Art Galleries)

Travel Website Names UConn Art Gallery to ‘Top 10’

Though compact in size, the Contempory Art Galleries enjoy an international reputation.

MFA Exhibit: A Sculptor Finds His Voice

MFA candidate Shane Morrissey conveys memory and meaning through sculpture.

Louis Hanzlik gives one-on-one instruction to Sean Sonntag ’18 at the Department of Music. (Sean Flynn/UConn Photo)

A Trumpeter’s Journey

Years of practice have paid off for music professor Louis Hanzlik, with an invitation to join the American Brass Quintet.

Miller Oberman, a doctoral candidate in poetry, in the Homer Babbidge Library on Oct. 14, 2013. (Ariel Dowski '14 (CLAS)/UConn Photo)

Poetry Graduate Student Wins National Translation Prize

Miller Oberman, the first student ever to win the award, was recognized for his translation of an 8th-century poem.

‘UNCANNY’ Exhibit Result of Unusual Collaboration

A multimedia exhibition focusing on the surreal is co-curated by the Contemporary Art Galleries director and a former graduate student.

Perry Harovas, Associate Professor in Residence, and Samantha Olschan, Assistant Professor in Residence at the Digital Media & Design Department on March 28, 2013. (Sean Flynn/UConn Photo)

Digital Media Specialists Harovas and Olschan Join the UConn Faculty

Perry Harovas and Samantha Olschan bring extensive private sector experience to UConn's new and rapidly growing Department of Digital Media and Design.

Digital Media Concept Car

UConn Establishes New Undergraduate Degrees in Digital Media and Design

The degree programs in this fast-growing field will start this fall at the Storrs and Stamford campuses.