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Pre-dying wishes and human nature

Pre-dying wishes and human nature

What do you want to do before you die?
Aliya Gibbons
February 5, 2024
“Homage to Basquiat 2” by Mohammad Omer Khalil, 2022

“Musings” features work of Sudanese printmaker

Mohammad Omer Khalil uses his art to pay tribute to the people and places that have inspired him in W&L’s student-curated exhibit
Catherine McKean
January 22, 2024

Mary Mattingly’s “Drum” is one of three sculptures in the exhibit tackling the prevalence of overconsumption in today’s society.

Mary Mattingly’s “Proposals” explores the weight of overconsumption

By creating “bundles” of possessions, the artist seeks to understand the relationship between people and their environments
Faith Chang
September 25, 2023
An art piece shows a family gathered around a kitchen table.

New art exhibits illuminate underrepresented narratives

The collections fill gaps in W&L representation of Arab American and Chicana artists
Emma Malinak, Arts & Life Editor
May 8, 2023
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