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July, 2012

Elizabeth Moodey: Color Choices at the Burgundian Court

Within the codes of late medieval dress, artists used color not only to indicate rank or occupation but also to delineate mood or moral character. Elizabeth Moodey, assistant professor of history of art, presented a paper, titled Ledit duc, ledit jour: Color Choices at the Burgundian Court, at the International Congress on Medieval Studies at…

Posted by on July 24, 2012 in HART, VRC

Event Celebrates Generosity of Tom Brumbaugh and Olen Bryant

Olen Bryant, Alan LeQuire, and Barbara Russell A colossal portrait head of Marian Anderson, internationally acclaimed contralto, from Alan LeQuire’s Cultural Heroes series was the centerpiece of an event honoring Tom Brumbaugh and Olen Bryant on June 24 at the Portland Public Library of Sumner County, Tennessee. Friends from across the region came to pay…

Posted by on July 11, 2012 in Events, HART, Student/Alumni

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