Posts with the tag: May Gallery

Art Exhibit: Created in Reverence

What drives an artist to create?  For the viewer of the drawing, painting, or sculpture, mystery often surrounds the creative process. It is also true that what motivates an artist varies amongst artists. For Dony Mac Manus, Lecturer of Drawing and Sculpture in the Department of Art, Rome School of Music, Drama, and Art and the University’s first Artist in Residence, the starting point is often a commission for a work of liturgical art. Like many artists, he develops his ideas first through sketches Read More

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See Our Exhibits Online!

University Libraries is excited to share a new companion website for its current May Gallery exhibit, “Cathedral Quest: Great Churches in Miniature.” Here, you can read more about the exhibit’s background, view high-resolution images of exhibit items, and explore an interactive map. This website will be the first in a series of companion websites for our exhibits Read More

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On the Verge of Extinction: Gilding Techniques & Vanishing Species

The University Libraries is proud to be showcasing the work of local artist, Kay Jackson, in an exhibit titled “On the Verge of Extinction: Gilding Techniques & Vanishing Species.” Jackson’s unique style employs ancient gilding practices to draw attention to at-risk and endangered wildlife. Describing her work, Jackson writes: For the past twenty-five years, the Read More

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“Sights & Sounds: The 50th Anniversary of the Benjamin T. Rome School of Music” – May Gallery, March 22 – May 18

The exhibit “Sights & Sounds: The 50th Anniversary of the Benjamin T. Rome School of Music” will be on display in the May Gallery from March 22 through May 18. Maintaining a tradition of excellence from the studio to the Broadway stage, from singing at the Met to teaching piano in Afghanistan, faculty and students of Read More

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May Gallery Exhibit: “Bridging Sign & Script” – January 31 – March 9

Exhibit extended to March 9! Mount Serabit in the Sinai desert of Egypt is the site of the discovery of some of the earliest examples of West Semitic alphabet writing.  This Proto-Sinaitic script has been called the first alphabet.  The exhibit focuses on the work of the 1930 Harvard-Catholic University Joint Expedition to Serabit-el-Khadim and Read More

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Outstanding CUA Alumni in Mullen Library’s May Gallery

Come and learn about notable figures from the Catholic University of America’s history in our “Outstanding CUA Alumni” exhibit located in the May Gallery of Mullen Library. The exhibit will be up from October through December of 2014. Outstanding CUA Alumni include: Jon Voight, Julie Nixon Eisenhower, Martin O’Malley, Cardinal Timothy M. Dolan, Venerable Fulton Read More

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Games @ the Library

Mullen Library and SLIS invite you to Library Game Night Thursday April 22 from 7-9pm in the MERIC and May Gallery Take a break from studying and join us for our first ever Library Game Night. We’ll provide classic board games, video games, and snacks.  Check out the invitation here: Grab your friends and Read More

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Mullen Library Art Exhibit: “Fine Lines: Discovering Rembrandt and Other Old Masters at Catholic University”

Mullen Library will be hosting an art exhibit of CUA works including a Rembrandt print discovered by CUA President David O’Connell.  The exhibit will in the May gallery from  January 11th to May 21st.  Full story

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