Out of Rubble

Jack Olson Gallery to explore aftermath of war

Each war leaves behind rubble that shapes today and tomorrow – physically, psychologically and spiritually. “Out of Rubble,” a reaction to the wake of war, its realities and its representations, is the current exhibition at the Jack Olson Gallery. International artists and

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Where all the lights are bright: NIU artists decorate downtown DeKalb

Corn Fest offered more than food, music and carnival rides. Attentive eyes might have caught the first glimpses of the “Downtown Initiative.” Launched by a volunteer squad of undergraduate and graduate students from the NIU School of Art and Design, the project

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Dressing Difference: Exploring Ethnicities in Modern Burma

Fall exhibition explores ethnicities in modern Burma

The NIU Art Museum and the NIU Center for Burma Studies are hosting “Dressing Difference: Exploring Ethnicities in Modern Burma,” an exhibition on display at the museum through Saturday, Nov. 15. Questioning concepts of ethnicity and gender through costume and body adornment,

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International Affairs announces Cobb Fellowship recipients

International Affairs has announced the recipients of this year’s Cobb Fellowships: Marc Adler of chemistry and biochemistry; Kikue Hamayotsu of political science; and Holly Jones of biological sciences. Each fellow will receive a grant of $1,333 to facilitate research collaboration with an

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