Student Artwork Featured in Clough Art Crawl

The second annual Clough Commons Art Crawl witnessed a record 364 submissions by 146 artists, 25 of which were artworks created by IAC students. The walls of Clough Commons became a make-shift gallery, featuring work in multiple media formats and live student performances during the Crawl on February 8, 2013.

Submissions by students in the following IAC majors were approved for the show:

  • Computational Media: 7
  • Science Technology, and Culture: 6
  • International Affairs and Modern Languages: 3
  • Applied Languages and Intercultural Studies: 2
  • Digital Media: 2
  • Human-Computer Interaction: 2
  • Economics: 1
  • International Affairs: 1
  • Public Policy: 1

Among the jurors were a few faculty and alumni of the School of Literature, Media and Communication:

  • Digital Media/Film/Video: Daniel Upton, alumnus; and Christopher Weedman, Brittain Fellow
  • Drawing/Painting: Mark Dennard, alumnus
  • Poetry/Prose: Blake Leland, associate professor

Artwork remains on display in Clough Commons until March 15, 2013.


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  • Clough Art Crawl 2013

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Rebecca Keane