Sculptor Andy Dufford will discuss his new work of public art on display along the Ogden River Parkway in a convocation hosted by WSU, Oct. 18 at noon in the Browning Center Allred Theater.
Changing amounts of a certian protein in the brains of mammals affected their learning and menmory profoundly, revealed a recent study.
The protein, called kibra, was linked in previous studies in humans to memory and protection against late-onset Alzheimer's disease.
Researchers working with adult mice have discovered that learning and memory were profoundly affected when they altered the amounts of a certain protein in specific parts of the mammals' brains.
Aristides Demetrios, who created the sculpture affectionately known as "The Claw" nearly 50 years ago, recently returned to campus to help "tune" the fountain's water jets. Step by step, university staff, from the machine shop to the museum, are working to restore the campus landmark to its former glory.
It is the latest honor for Smith, an associate professor of Art at Marist, who is also a Guggenheim Fellow in sculpture and drawing.
Towering over Liberty Island in New York, the Statue of Liberty is one of the most enduring symbols of the United States, but it was created by a French sculptor,
Towering over Liberty Island in New York, the Statue of Liberty is one of the most enduring symbols of the United States, but it was created by a French sculptor,...
Louisville sculptor Ed Hamilton will talk about the steps it takes to create successful artwork for public spaces in a free talk April 7 at the University of Louisville.
Mar 23 - A Dutch artist is preparing to create a sustainable artificial glacier in the middle of a desert to challenge popular ideas about climate change.
Iraqi sculptor Mohammad Ghani is working on four new pieces of public art for Baghdad, one of which will include bronze calligraphy from a poem by Mustafa Jamal al-Din.