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  2. Featured MFA ::::: Farrah Al Sulaiman

    "My work deals with my personal struggle with cultural identity as a Saudi American artist, and how that leads others to perceive me as an artist."

    Go here for more insightful work by Farrah.

     

     
  3. The music in films is really important.  Case Study 1:  Star Wars minus the John Williams Score.

     
     

  4. Featured MFA ::::: Abbey Lee Sarver

    Abbey is currently working on things that are green, absolutely refuses to speculate on next years Super Bowl, and is very interested in dark matter, clear stuff, and not using a camera. Hmmmmm.

    Go look at her digital presence here and see what other weeeeird stuff is happening.

    Some of her collages alone make this trip through the hyperlink worth it. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

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  5. Featured Artist: Hans Op de Beeck - Staging Silence

     
     
  6. Featured VCU Faculty ::::: Paul Thulin

    New photos from a series on libraries. Czech it out and other great stuff at 
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    www.paulthulin.com

     
  7. Astronaut Reid Wiseman’s photo of the great piramids taken from the International Space Station

     
  8. #SpaceVine timelapse - @astro_alex worked the arm and I pushed the “so long” button on #Cygnus

    (Source: vine.co)

     
     
  9. beesandbombs:

    here’s a gif I put on dribbble.

    (Source: dribbblepopular)

     

  10. Couldn’t have been said any better.

     
  11. Featured MFA Alum:

    cynthiahenebry:

    greatleapsideways:

    Some of the recent work of Cynthia Henebry, whose tumblr you can follow here.

    my favorite thing about this grouping is the Sharon Olds poem my work gets to sit next to. Thank you Stanley.

     
  12. Featured Artist: 

    ikeafieldmouse:

    Johnny Savage - Fallout

    Artist’s statement:

    Fallout is a series of photographs that considers the modern Irish landscape; a landscape where empty buildings stand like ruins, reminders of another time or place in history. Appearing like portals to a different world, they quietly haunt the periphery of towns and cities, anonymous, the same, in a limbo of dream and reality…”

     
  13. tarot-magazine:

    Errol Morris (Book Made Simple) 

     

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  15. mossfull:

    Large Format Camera Demo and Darkroom Developing

    (Source: zachcallahan)