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Cherie Sampson...uses choreographed movement, projected video and installation art to physically inhabit...places she calls "found landscapes"...
Jane & Anna Porter: The most important English novelists you've never heard of.
Todd VanPool explores the distinctive pottery of the Salado culture.
Sometimes creating fine art is just a matter of spending quality time at the hardware store.
After Angus McDougall was equipped with an AC portable strobe, photojournalism would never be the same.
For Martin Holman and his students, Buntaku is a passport to all things Japan.
An MU faculty scholar helps preserve the stunning oeuvre of a small-town Mississippi photographer.
An upcoming exhibit at MU’s Museum of Art and Archeology celebrates some of the world's greatest visual artists’ contributions to literary publications.
Thanks to MU’s Albert Devlin, Tennessee Williams is back in the spotlight.
Throughout her 20-year career as a photojournalist, Jackie Bell has created impossible-to-ignore images while on demanding, sometimes dangerous, assignments.
Mark Langeneckert teaches his students that the path to fine art begins at self discovery.
Photographer Brian Kratzer offers unexpected views of MU’s new research facility.
Two intrepid explorers, now forgotten, blazed the trail for Lewis & Clark.
Kerby Miller is widely acknowledged as the world’s foremost authority on Irish immigration to the United States. He is not, however, without his critics.