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An art piece on display at the Masked Violence Project exhibit in the Lavin-Bernick Center.

‘Masked Violence’ exhibit opens in Lavin-Bernick Center

Hannah Levitan, Associate News Editor March 23, 2022

Last week, “Masked Violence: An All In Student Grant Project,” a collaborative art exhibit dedicated to promoting sexual assault awareness, opened to the public in the Lavin-Bernick Center from...

OPINION | Students should take advantage of Tulanes Newcomb Art Museum

OPINION | Students should take advantage of Tulane’s Newcomb Art Museum

Billie Wyler, Contributing Columnist March 7, 2022

When Tulane University’s Newcomb Art Department expanded and renovated its facilities in 1996, the Newcomb Art Museum was established as an exhibition space committed to displaying both contemporary...


NOT Supposed 2-Be Here: Tulane’s latest art installation

Haley Soares, Arcade Editor January 22, 2020

What is ‘supposed’ to be here? Brandan “BMike” Odums forces us to think critically about what does and does not belong in an art museum with his installation titled “NOT Supposed 2-Be Here.” Opening...

Former art professor exhibits previously unknown collection of work

Former art professor exhibits previously unknown collection of work

Molly Maugeri, Staff Reporter April 6, 2016

Naked pale human figures sprawl across the walls, chunks of their bodies chipped away and decaying. A bust with just one eye gazes out from its disfigured head.Former Tulane studio art professor Arthur...

Wooded landscapes interpreted in Deris and Deigaard exhibit

Michael Ossorguine, Staff Reporter October 4, 2015

Tulane University's neighbor, Loyola, is hosting an interesting and visually rewarding exhibition of art this fall in a collaboration between two New Orleans-based artists and long-time acquaintances:...

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