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Hite photography professor plans major eclipse exhibition

Hite photography professor plans major eclipse exhibition

Prof. Mary Carothers, Hite Art Institute, is creating “Overshadowed,” a “collaborative, experimental exhibition that examines the meeting point between photography, landscape and astronomy.”

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Hite Art Institute presents Type Hike a design project supporting nature

Hite Art Institute presents Type Hike a design project supporting nature

Hite Art Institute will bring “Type Hike,” a collection of artistic posters that celebrate the National Park Service to Schneider Hall Galleries Aug. 18-Sept. 22.

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Artful geography: Hite Art Institute shows professor’s work exploring place

Artful geography: Hite Art Institute shows professor’s work exploring place

Prof. Meena Khalili moved to Louisville a little over a year ago to start her job as an assistant professor of design at Hite Art Institute, she challenged herself to get to know her new home in a new way.

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Micro-aggressions, trigger warnings, and safe spaces

Micro-aggressions, trigger warnings, and safe spaces

Host Avery Kolers talks with Prof. Lauren Freeman of the University of Louisville about "micro-ethics": micro-aggressions, safe spaces, trigger warnings, and the way people with social power and privilege can perpetrate harms and aggressions against others even without intending to -- and what to do about it.

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