The exhibit, which will run through November 19, will be accompanied by a symposium on October 28 called "American Landscapes: Nature, Beauty, and History."
Some students at this university have used creative outlets to cope with the stress they faced as a result of the pandemic and online learning.
Seniors share how art has shaped their college experience — whether they are an art major or if art has simply continued to be a part of their life.
UMD DOTS hosts an art park for students to display their sustainable and prideful artwork.
The seven exhibits focus on sustainability and university pride.
Three Black artists submitted work to the exhibit, including one university alumna.
“When you're joyful, there's not there's not much that can sway you away from that feeling."
Through archived footage, images and interviews with David C. Driskell’s colleagues, this video offers insight into the renowned artist’s motivation during his career of…
The virtual art sale is taking place until Dec. 20.