March 12-25, 2004
Vol. 34, Issue 5
Back Issues
Barcelona: A laboratory for learning
Lindners create endowment for art history program
Kaleidoscope opens with community celebration
Headlines @ U.Va.
Free clinic grows beyond founders’ vision
Simulators to replace use of dogs
Cooking up a winner
Robert Marquez: Engineering environmental solutions with low-tech designs
Engineers Without Borders — U.Va. engineering students share their expertise
U.Va. maps out
Ten-year milestone gives book festival celebratory theme
Storyteller, healer Martin Prechtel to visit U.Va.
Environmental writers Lopez, Philippon to speak
Book art meets ‘Literary Art’
A pillar of Carr’s Hill, housekeeper Barbara Jett retires
“Waking Dreams”
The exhibition “Waking Dreams,” includes prints, photographs, drawings and artists’ books by more than 11 artists.
Book art meets ‘Literary art’

The U.Va. Art Museum is exhibiting “Waking Dreams: Book Art and ‘Literary Art’” in conjunction with the Virginia Book Festival (March 24-28). In “Waking Dreams,” Stephen Margulies, curator of works on paper, includes art mostly from the museum’s collection — an assortment of prints, photographs, drawings and artists’ books that depict an artistic region where image and word overlap, he said. Among the artists featured are: Alexander Brodsky and Ulya Utkin, Dean Dass, David Freed, Nancy Goldring, Duane Michals, Georges Hugnet, Kumi Korf, Peter Milton, Kenneth Patchen and Tim Rollins.

The exhibit will be on display through April 4. The museum is open Tuesday through Sunday, 1 to 5 p.m.

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