Born in Galati, Romania, and raised in Texas, artist Diana Antohe creates multimedia work that explores her dual-culture identity through painting, drawing, sewing and writing on textiles. The exhibit has two components: large fabric pieces hanging on the walls and small objects resting on a plexiglass luggage rack.
Ongoing Workshops and Webinars
STEM students in introductory courses are invited to drop in for answers to questions, problem solving, tutoring and mentoring and getting to know their teachers. Faculty members from math, chemistry, biology and physics will offer joint "open hours" in the Cabell Library Multipurpose Room (250) on Wednesdays 2 to 4 p.m. and Fridays 9 to 11 a.m.