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    The Mosaic Project

    8/28/15

    The Mosaic Project 2015 The 2015 Mosaic Project Artists are Robert Pruitt (left) and Shadra Strickland (right.) The Mosaic Project exhibition features Robert Pruitt’s narrative portrait drawings exploring the complexity of black identity and Shadra Strickland’s painted illustrations that invite children and adults alike to ponder questions of contemporary and historical significance. Through their work,

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    Pennsylvania College of Art & Design September Open House

    9/26/15

    Open House is the perfect opportunity for you to learn how a PCA&D education in the arts hones our creativity, challenges your intellect, and provides you with real-world experiences that equip you for a successful life in art.

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    Artist talk – Robert Pruitt

    10/02/15

    Part of PCA&D’s annual Mosaic Project, Robert Pruitt will present an artist talk in the PCA&D Atrium followed by a drawing workshop for students participating in the Mosaic Project. As part of the First Friday reception, he will hold a book signing. His narrative portrait drawings explore the complexity of black identity –  http://pcad.edu/event/the-mosaic-project The

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    Artist talk – Shandra Strickland

    10/16/15

    Part of PCA&D’s annual Mosaic Project, Shandra Strickland will present an artist talk in the PCA&D Atrium followed by a drawing workshop for students participating in the Mosaic Project.  Her work includes painted illustrations that invite children and adults alike to ponder questions of contemporary and historical significance. In addition. on October 2, as part

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    Artist Talk – Joe Dettmore, the Creative Director of The Daily Show.

    11/06/15

    A Wilkes-Barre native, Joe Dettmore has been in the news business for 35 years, beginning with WDAU, Channel 22 in Scranton. His career took him to WNEP, Channel 16, also in Scranton, then to network jobs at Good Morning, America on ABC and the NBC Nightly News with Tom Brokaw. He won three New England regional