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November 16, 2023


Senior B.F.A. students Emelia Donenberg Smith (left) and Aaron Muntner showcased their artwork in a joint exhibition, “Phase Shift,” which opened Nov. 3 and was on view through Friday, Nov. 10. The exhibition, held in the Robert Turner Gallery, featured works in glass, neon, argon, and mercury and represented “a change in state of mind, matter, and/or being.” Emilia, a double-major in fine arts and physics from Willamette, IL, and Aaron, from Manhattan, stand next to pieces of their work. More than 150 students, staff, and faculty attended the opening reception for Phase Shift on Friday, Nov. 3.

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Alfred University Day of Giving set for December 5

Alfred University will host its annual Day of Giving—“All In For Alfred”—on Founders Day, Tuesday, Dec. 5.


Ring of Fire demonstrates the power of the flame in creating art

A student-driven event focused on the power of fire as it applies to art will be held Saturday. Nov. 18, on the campus of Alfred University.


English Professor Rob Reginio brings love of Dylan to his scholarship and classroom

When it comes to the international community of Bob Dylan scholars, Alfred University English Professor Rob Reginio is finding himself in good company.


Saxon women's volleyball team set to compete in NCAA Regional

The Alfred University women's volleyball team, fresh off winning the first Empire 8 Conference title in program history, travels to Cambridge, MA, to play host Massachusetts Institute of Technology in a first-round NCAA Division III Championship Tournament match at 7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 16.


November 13 - 19, 2023 This Week in the Arts

Public events in the School of Art & Design + Performing Arts Division, week of November 13-19, 2023. All events are free and open to the public.

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