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In an exhibition that uses materials including paint, canvas, curtains, unfinished quilts and bedding, Annie Bielski, MFA ’19, continues her exploration of the body and gender, and a self-conscious concealing and shameless revealing in her often large-scale stretched and draped paintings.

Atrium artwork

Unfinished quilt squares become small paintings in the larger paintings in an exhibition by visiting artist Annie Bielski, MFA '19, in the Center for the Arts atrium.

  • A student makes the 30-foot leap from a platform onto a giant air-filled cushion during a field days event.

    Taking the plunge

    Miranda Rusinski, a senior studying civil engineering, makes the 30-foot jump onto a stunt pad during one of the Student Association's Spring Field Days events. Pictured in the foreground is Rusinski's friend, Jacob Hutton, a senior studying architecture, capturing the moment. Photo: Meredith Forrest Kulwicki

    Published April 15, 2021

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