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Sculpting The Future: New Public Art Incubator Seeks To Enable Regional Artists To Produce Commissioned Public Art Through Uni, Northern Iowa Today, Winter 2013 Jan 2013

Sculpting The Future: New Public Art Incubator Seeks To Enable Regional Artists To Produce Commissioned Public Art Through Uni, Northern Iowa Today, Winter 2013

Art on Campus Documents

Various articles on art at the University of Northern Iowa (also formerly known as Iowa State Teachers College).


Cover And Table Of Contents, Expanding Minds And Promoting Tolerance, Northern Iowa Today, Winter 2011 Jan 2011

Cover And Table Of Contents, Expanding Minds And Promoting Tolerance, Northern Iowa Today, Winter 2011

Art on Campus Documents

Various articles on art at the University of Northern Iowa (also formerly known as Iowa State Teachers College).


New Sculpture Dedicated To Fallen Soldiers, Northern Iowa Today, Winter 2010, Beth Bruns Jan 2010

New Sculpture Dedicated To Fallen Soldiers, Northern Iowa Today, Winter 2010, Beth Bruns

Art on Campus Documents

Various articles on art at the University of Northern Iowa (also formerly known as Iowa State Teachers College).


Art For All, Northern Iowa Today, Fall 2008, C.J. Hines Jan 2008

Art For All, Northern Iowa Today, Fall 2008, C.J. Hines

Art on Campus Documents

Various articles on art at the University of Northern Iowa (also formerly known as Iowa State Teachers College).


Sculpture Rises By Wellness/Recreation Center, Northern Iowa Today, Summer 2000 Jan 2000

Sculpture Rises By Wellness/Recreation Center, Northern Iowa Today, Summer 2000

Art on Campus Documents

Various articles on art at the University of Northern Iowa (also formerly known as Iowa State Teachers College).


Maria Lactans And Some Visual Predecessors In Egypt, The Ancient Near East And Greece, M. C. Ewald Jan 1995

Maria Lactans And Some Visual Predecessors In Egypt, The Ancient Near East And Greece, M. C. Ewald

Presidential Scholars Theses (1990 – 2006)

Several semesters ago I participated in a class on the art and archaeology of ancient Egypt. As an art history course it, focused on the images now available from that magnificent civilization. These images conveyed not only the incredible pomp and splendor afforded state religion and ceremony, but also whispered of the sweet joy abundant in private life as well. Flipping through my textbook early on in the semester, my attention was captured by an extraordinary example encompassing both "types" of images. The subject of my fascinated gaze was a statue of a child-pharaoh, Pepy II, seated on his mother ...