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Agincourt

 

The Agincourt Project is an academic exercise into the relationship between story-telling and place-making, that is, between narratives and their physical settings. To date, more than a hundred people have contributed to the Agincourt story: creating characters, designing landscapes and buildings, enriching the collective exercise, and (not incidentally) playing in the realm of historical fiction.

 

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P E A R S

 

The Printmaking Education and Research Studio (PEARS) program promotes printmaking production, education and innovation in the Midwest. The studio, sponsored by NDSU Division of Fine Arts and Department of Visual Arts, emphasizes new work, ideas and methods, and facilitates interaction among a diverse audience; the studio strives to be an advocate for understanding the past and shaping the future of creative printmaking.

 

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Wood Kiln

 

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