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COMBINING VISUAL IMAGERY WITH THE WRITTEN WORD

March 19, 2019

Stories about a sharp-fanged, body-snatching alien who bites his victim’s heads off isn’t exactly a conventional bedtime story for a young child. But then again, Lucas Elliott wasn’t an average kid.

June 21, 2018

After nine months of relative isolation, Timon did want any logical person would do – he drove to Washington to join the circus.

May 17, 2018

“He was out of sorts and he committed suicide kind of out of nowhere. For about six months afterwards, I was just in this dark place where things just didn't make any sense,” explained Terry. “Then I started to have this feeling like maybe there is another place where they still exist – another timeline where they didn't die.”

April 19, 2018

Truth be told, Arthur Meyerson never saw himself working in the news business but as he put it, he needed to settle on a major and journalism seemed like something he might be good at. When he graduated from the University of Oklahoma in 1971, the idea of carving out a career in photography still hadn't crossed his mind.

February 9, 2018

Not unlike a good mystery novel, to understand the photographic work of Joe Yelverton, you have to take the time to understand the twists and turns that shaped him.

January 11, 2018

With thick black rimmed glasses, ink stained hands and a sometimes indecipherable Newfoundland accent, UAA’s newest Artist in Residence is a delightfully memorable character.

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