Spring issue of "Schemata" released

    Lycoming College's academic resource and writing centers announce the release of the spring 2011 issue of "Schemata," an online journal of essays and photography by Lycoming students.

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    Digital Media Gallery to host exhibit

    Lycoming College will host "THERE AND BACK" by artist Andrew Stanbridge from March 31 to April 30 in the Digital Media Gallery of the Mass Communications Building.

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    College to host exhibition by Boston-based artist

    Lycoming College will host a solo exhibition titled "Becoming One With Zero," by Boston-based artist Julie Miller in the Digital Media Gallery of the Communication Building from Nov. 11 through Dec. 18. The exhibit opening and artist's reception will take place on the 11th from 4-5:30 p.m. That same day, Miller will give a lecture on her work from 1-2:30 p.m. in the College's Fine Art Lecture Hall.

    "Becoming One With Zero"is an exhibition of animations, drawings printed on more than 700 stickers, and works on paper that Miller says "reflect her fascination with sensation through aesthetic experience." Her work is deceptively simple, but through the obsessive abstraction of shape and form, she engages the viewer in a phenomenological experience.

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    Communication professor presents in Faculty Art Exhibition

    Leah Bedrosian Peterson, assistant professor of communication at Lycoming College, will be presenting her project "Erasure" in the Art Faculty Exhibition from Dec. 2-17 in the College's Art Gallery in Snowden Library.  An artists' reception and gallery talk will be held Dec. 2 from 4-5:30 p.m.

    The project is comprised of photographs and videos that were taken during Peterson's travels to South East Asia in summer 2010. Peterson documented the villages and cities of Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam during a two-month period. The title, "Erasure," references the changes in the local traditional culture and the changes to the landscape as these third-world nations are being influenced by Western culture.

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    Communication professor presents project

    Leah Bedrosian Peterson, assistant professor of communication at Lycoming College, will be presenting her project "Erasure" at 33 East in Williamsport, Pa, Oct. 1 from 6-9 p.m.  The project , on display through Oct. 13, is comprised of photographs and videos that were taken during Peterson's travels to South East Asia in summer 2010. Peterson documented the villages and cities of Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam during a two-month period. The title, "Erasure," references the changes in the local traditional culture and the changes to the landscape as these third-world nations are being influenced by Western culture.

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    Students write about "Life in a college town"

    A collection of articles written by Lycoming students for The Williamsport Sun Gazette's "Life in a college town" series.

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