Images: Art and Art History at College Park

Art History’s Michele Smith Collaboratory for Visual Culture: Panel discussion—Comic Books and Graphic Novels as Literary and Visual Forms

Art History’s Michele Smith Collaboratory for Visual Culture: Panel discussion—Comic Books and Graphic Novels as Literary and Visual Forms

2105 Faculty Exhibition, University of Maryland Gallery

2015 Faculty Exhibition, University of Maryland Gallery

Professor John Ruppert. “Three Orbs.” Aluminum chain-link and stainless steel. 12’ by 16’ diameter, 2006. Installed at The Contemporary Art Museum of Estonia.

Professor John Ruppert. “Three Orbs.” Aluminum chain-link and stainless steel. 12’ by 16’ diameter, 2006. Installed at The Contemporary Art Museum of Estonia.

Professor W.C. Richardson. “In the Neighborhood.” Oil and alkyd on panel. 30” by 30”. 2015.

Professor W.C. Richardson. “In the Neighborhood.” Oil and alkyd on panel. 30” by 30”. 2015.

Professor W.C. Richardson. “In the Neighborhood.” Oil and alkyd on panel. 30” by 30”. 2015.

Professor W.C. Richardson. “In the Neighborhood.” Oil and alkyd on panel. 30” by 30”. 2015.

2015 Faculty Exhibition. From left to right: Brandon Morse, Patrick Craig (sculpture), Matt McLaughlin, W.C. Richardson.

2015 Faculty Exhibition. From left to right: Brandon Morse, Patrick Craig (sculpture), Matt McLaughlin, W.C. Richardson.

Art History’s Michele Smith Collaboratory for Visual Culture: Professor Meredith Gill leads students through the Sistine Chapel.

Art History’s Michele Smith Collaboratory for Visual Culture: Professor Meredith Gill leads students through the Sistine Chapel.

Works from 2015 Faculty Exhibition. From left to right: Hasan Elahi, Justin Strom, Emily Conover, Patrick Craig.

Works from 2015 Faculty Exhibition. From left to right: Hasan Elahi, Justin Strom, Emily Conover, Patrick Craig.

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