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New welcome mat rolled out for graduate students

Casteen appoints three new vice provosts
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Students’ voices add drama to diversity program
Valerie Gregory: Networking builds diversity
A new model: Architecture School combines disciplines
Book, program get children off to a great start in school
‘Roads Taken’ exhibit: 20th-century prints and drawings from museum’s collection
Tuesday Evening Concert Series opens season
Cyclist pushes her limits

‘Roads Taken’ exhibit: 20th-century prints and drawings from Museum’s collection
Gallery talk by Suzanne Foley, curator of collections and exhibitions
Sept. 28, 2 p.m.

“Roads Taken: 20th-Century Prints and Drawings from the Collection,” a selection of work on paper from the University Art Museum’s print and drawing collections, reflects the diverse artistic inclinations of the works’ creators.

The majority of works in the exhibition show social perspectives, such as Jaune Quick-to-See Smith’s collage drawing commenting on salmon fishing, Kara Walker’s “African/American” linocut, and Luis Jimenez’s observation on servitude in “The Mass of Mankind.” Several of the works included in the 20 pieces on view have never been exhibited at the museum and some have rarely been shown.

For details, call 924-3592 or visit the Web site http://www.virginia.edu/artmuseum/.


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