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Professors, Students to Present at Chicago Architecture Biennial
   October 3, 2017
Assistant Professor of Architecture Marc Manack and students from his graduate summer studio will travel to Chicago this month to participate in the Chicago Architecture Biennial.

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Architecture Alumni Receive Awards at State AIA Conventions
   October 2, 2017
Two architecture alumni, Miyuki Tsujimura (B.Arch. 2013) and Chuck Travis, FAIA (B.A. in Architecture, 1982) were honored at state AIA conventions this fall.

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Professor's Essay on Brutalist Architecture Contributes to Global Survey
   September 28, 2017
Dr. Zhongjie Lin, associate professor of architecture and urbanism, has written an essay for the forthcoming book, "SOS Brutalism: A Global Survey," which will be published in October.

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Framing Civil Rights Project Brings Graphic Novelist to Campus
   September 27, 2017
Lila Quintero Weaver, creator of the award-winning graphic novel Darkroom: A Memoir in Black and White, is in residency at UNC Charlotte, September 25-29.

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Print Magazine Selects Graphic Design Alum for "15 under 30"
   September 25, 2017
UNC Charlotte alumnus Broderick Adé Hogue (BFA Graphic Design, 2012) has been selected by Print magazine for its annual "New Visual Artists" issue.

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Theatre Chair Addresses International Symposium
   September 25, 2017
Dr. Lynne Conner, chair of the Department of Theatre, delivered the closing keynote address for the inaugural symposium of the International Network for Audience Research in the Performing Arts.

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Department of Art & Art History Presents Sean Caulfield: Air Bleeder
   September 19, 2017
The Department of Art & Art History presents Sean Caulfield: Air Bleeder in Rowe Galleries, October 2-20.

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Director Shawn Smith Invited to Conduct Montana All-State Band
   September 15, 2017
Associate Professor of Conducting Shawn Smith, Director of Bands for the Department of Music, has been invited to conduct the Montana All-State Band.

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MAX to Host ourBRIDGE for KIDS
   September 14, 2017
This fall, MAX, the College of Arts + Architecture Mobile Arts & Community Experience, will host programming for ourBRIDGE for KIDS, a local nonprofit organization that serves refugee children.

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Work Reconstructed by Dance Professor to be Performed at MoMA
   September 5, 2017
The Paul Taylor 2 Dance Company will perform Tracer, a 1962 work by Paul Taylor that was reconstructed by Associate Professor of Dance Kim Jones, at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York City on Wednesday, September 5.

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