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Anila Quayyum Agha’s Metaphor of Union

In light of the many unconstitutional moves made by our truth-challenged leader with the support of our ethically-challenged Congress I’ve been thinking a lot about what are the real values of the United States. What does make us great? The … Continue reading

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Material Presence: Real Encounters With Art

We live in a mostly virtual world, cellphones gripped tightly in our hands. Scrolling through artists’ Instagram images and Tumblr pages it’s easy to forget that the artworks we’re seeing have a real physical presence. When we encounter the work … Continue reading

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