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Living Work of Art

The MacMillan online dictionary defines sabbatical as “A period away from work when… college or university teachers can study, rest, or travel.” This is a sabbatical year for Rutgers University professor of art history Ferris Olin. Study, check; travel, check. … Continue reading

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Masked Avengers Re-Invent the F Word

I’m standing in the galleries of the Mason Gross School of the Art Galleries in New Brunswick, talking to a creature with a brown hairy face, a leathery snout and fierce fangs. As she speaks she’s continuously poking a finger … Continue reading

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Cups Runneth Over

artful bras! Turns out there’s a whole movement. See this movie: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WiYyvwDpUos Inspired by the writings of Betty Friedan, Gloria Steinem, Germaine Greer and Kate Millett, women in the 1970s banded together in living rooms across the country, talking about … Continue reading

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