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Spring 2018 CIRCA Faculty Research Fellowships

Eric Dyer, Professor, Visual Arts

“Physical Presence in the Digital Landscape”

Lynn Watson, Professor, Theatre

“Fitzmaurice Voicework Pilot Study with fMRI”

2017 CIRCA Summer Faculty Fellowships

Stephen Bradley, Associate Professor, Visual Arts

Water’s Edge Biome Tells, collaboration with Dr. DeCarvalho of the Department of Biological Sciences

Corrie Francis Parks, Assistant Professor, Visual Arts

Black Butterfly

Highlights of Arts Faculty and Student Research

Eric Dyer, Professor, Visual Arts

Professor Eric Dyer’s TEDx talk in Charlottesville was recently published on TED.com.

Susan McCully, Professor, Theatre

 

Susan McCully’s new work All She Must Possess, a play inspired by the life of Etta Cone will have its world premiere February 7 – 25, 2018 at Rep Stage, the professional regional theatre in residence at Howard Community College. Professor McCully has two upcoming staged readings of the play scheduled – at UC-Santa Cruz on November 6, 2017 and at Everyman Repertory Theatre in Rockport, ME on December 30, 2017.

Erica Rebollar, Visiting Lecturer, Dance

Visiting Lecturer Erica Rebollar participated in ArtWorks for Freedom, which raised awareness of human trafficking in Strong in the Broken Places in early October. She is currently directing Beauty and Decay: Stories of Baltimore, a collaborative evening-length work which takes inspiration from ethnographic research, 90’s hip-hop, and storytelling to create empathy through stories and images of this urban landscape’s renewal. The work will debut June 23 – 24, 2017 at Dance Place. Her work will also be showcased at the Dance Metro DC Benefit Concert November 11 & 12.

Sean Radaskeiwicz, Undergraduate student, Visual Art

A solo exhibition of Sean Radaskiewicz’s “Surroundings,” a body of work wherein the artist reckons with shape, form, and value through the landscape genre, opens 11/3. These images are a look back to traditional photographic process using a combination of formats including 4×5 and wet plate collodion. Printed at 30” x 40” on silver gelatin fiber paper, the production of these photos is as much a meditative exploration as capturing the negatives.

The exhibition will be at AsanaRoots, 1707 N. Charles Street, suite 201, Baltimore. Click here for event details.