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"Arts Research Revealed" in Borland Project Space

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Hat built by Richard St. Clair

The research and creative activity of College of Arts and Architecture faculty members is on display in a Borland Project Space exhibition, “Arts Research Revealed,” though April 22. A public reception will be held Thursday, April 21, at 5 p.m. The Borland Project Space is open 8:30 a.m.–5 p.m., Monday–Friday.

The featured faculty members are Cristin Millett, associate professor of art and sculptor; Amara Solari, associate professor of art history, whose current research focuses on the Colonial Maya; Richard St. Clair, associate professor of theatre and head of Costume Design in the School of Theatre; Ann Clements, associate professor of music education, who created the Virtual Reality Teaching Lab; and Tim Baird, associate professor of landscape architecture, whose current research focuses on landscape materiality.

Short videos highlighting these faculty members’ work, produced by Cody Goddard and Cynthia White, are posted on the College of Arts and Architecture’s YouTube channel.

PHOTO (by Alex Bush): This hat, built by Richard St. Clair for Penn State Centre Stage's October 2015 production of Titanic, is part of the "Arts Research Revealed" exhibition.