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'A Continent on Display' Opens in Rowe Galleries
The Department of Art and Art History and Rowe Arts Galleries are hosting "A Continent on Display: Selections from the Collection of Michael Gallis," an exhibit that features 10 masks representing nine cultural groups from various regions in Africa.
Gallis provided UNC Charlotte art history major Susan Fredson-Cole access to his private collection. The exhibition will run through Thursday, May 7.
According to Fredson-Cole, the exhibition masks were carefully chosen for their aesthetic quality. They possess a certain personality reflective in their distinct facial characteristics, all-waiting for their stories to be told.
Top Students Honored at Annual Research Symposium
The 15th annual Graduate Research Symposium (GRS) was held recently in the J. Murrey Atkins Library. This student-run conference showcased current student research taking place at UNC Charlotte. First-place winners received cash prizes.
The mission of the GRS is to provide an inclusive and competitive environment for UNC Charlotte students to present their work. This year’s theme, "Learning Across Disciplines," emphasizes the interdisciplinary nature of the symposium, where research from all fields is made accessible to attendees.