December 18: End of the first semester!

 Our final newsletter issue of the fall semester!

Our final newsletter issue of the fall semester!

 In partnership with the Student Government Association, we've launched a call for a student-centered public art opportunity! Please be in touch about how to apply.

In partnership with the Student Government Association, we've launched a call for a student-centered public art opportunity! Please be in touch about how to apply.

 We've finally compiled the exhibition about some of the history of this cork board! It's on display now through next semester, and in January we will complete it with a little zine with the information!

We've finally compiled the exhibition about some of the history of this cork board! It's on display now through next semester, and in January we will complete it with a little zine with the information!

 The UMass Dartmouth Alumni Magazine is writing an article about CURE, so last week a few of us posed for an environmental photo shoot to go along with the article!

The UMass Dartmouth Alumni Magazine is writing an article about CURE, so last week a few of us posed for an environmental photo shoot to go along with the article!

 This week we presented our first book, Publix! It's a catalogue of public art at UMass Dartmouth, punctuated by three case studies about controversial public art from the region. We launched the book as part of Dr. Uchill's Processing Place final presentations, and below are a few images from the other presentations.

This week we presented our first book, Publix! It's a catalogue of public art at UMass Dartmouth, punctuated by three case studies about controversial public art from the region. We launched the book as part of Dr. Uchill's Processing Place final presentations, and below are a few images from the other presentations.

As part of the current exhibition at the New Bedford Art Museum, we've been collecting stories from folks about their emotional experiences in Downtown New Bedford, and this week Gina and I got to do some illustrations of those stories on the wall drawing map of DNB! We even had a helper, special thanks to six year old Natalyea.